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Full text of "1893 Des Moines and Polk County, Iowa, City Directory"

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•m\ ■ ]•, ••: i». i j ! 
Mcctrtclflghtus supplied through 
ibjty^ Discoants gwen to large cot 

flHTITT. 
JjDS QF 








or^Ff li 




, Vliie-pMs't and :S*o*y. 
■ «f '/- ; $10,500,000.00 
Cfy. - j - : - j 51,561,932.00 
B^oeOrganlwtiOfl, >i 22)177,597.11 



mi 

,'il(S to Policy Holds 

Not as old as me 
among tbt td/e;j(rpnge 

asaebTbeing lnvei-tetf, n lojins ion bonkl and mortgage, lirst J-:<s 
i>n real estate, bejrigqie largest pdr cent, held by ftiiy' Life lusu. - 

, Minager for Iowa. 





AND 



WALNUT STREETS. 



trie Cpmpjiny, 



il reliable and accurate 
eominmers. 



far the 





parpose of operating 

.J. 



^ACHi^Jiity 
TOT STREET, WEST SIDE. 



». F. WITTEH, Vice.Pre*. 

J. JJ. BLAIB, Sec'j. 
Ass't Treat 



T 



07, W afid/31} Fifth 

EAlj ESTATE. 



Trasl 

"" Street. 



PAID 



N nflME DEPOSITS. 



I. G. ROUNDS, 

CASHIER. 



H.T.BLACKBURN, 

A8»'T CA8HIER. 



tionalBank 



plNES f| ly r ^ 

1 A7V"nlXLVi t StX*OOtflU 

I Surplus* $100,000 



J. G. ROUNDS, H, YOtfKKER, 
J. R, ROLH1H6, J*JBL 
B. A. LOCKWOOD. 





IGE& COAL C0. r ^ 






Iftsuraijice 

..■' ..Of Des 

I: ORGANIZED 

Of 'Ice in Co. s Building, 

The following is ;<. statement 
■';.: in i„ioh year 

' ■ Officers] 

A..1 fowELL, President. 
Ja.V'Es Cai.lanan, I'-Pres. 

W.b. SINNER, SVYV. 
W. :.C0LK,^«7 St'CV. 

Lo» sStutz, Cashier. 



JOT 



lj lJ2g&65 j. 



J521634.01 
I9il35.79 



03,190.97 



620,051.91 



i*r- 





Qj.jp baity* 

A\o nes Iowa. 

MARCH 6.il8^. 

207 & 2b 



of 



assets on llie First of January 



siucef organ 



James < 
IG. M 

i , j 



Fourth Strut, 



nation. 

) rectors. 



J883 |:j 1573,94^71 1 1 



.92 
70a2&2» II 



M.LANAN. 
II } PPEK. 

, Imnkdine. 
\k. L. Callanan. 

W. C. COLKi 

W. 1). Skinner. 
A. Howell. 



3<w 






7it24aia 



,.1 7y 



> 



>7Qp,l72 J6, 
70 9,589.1411 






< 

7 



7H315 




THE HdWKEYE insures property „ 
has done more business, paid nj>re, losses and hib 
liabilities than any o ther Iowa compel p, 



business to Iowa alone. As to its stajii([iing among Iowa pe 
showing, whirji speaks for itself. 



PatKonlzo J4otne Institutions 
send your money out of the State wl 

/-« • _ -IT »-• • » J • 



L 







'V. 



/ 



i 



against fire, lighting; a|i]|d tornadoes, [ and 

)Wr a 
nine: i 



a ilarge:' surplus' oWr all 
It is purely a HorlteliijistiltjttiOnJ confirlirig its 



nd Indu»t;ni«» i 



plej wi 



refer 'to the above 



the watchword. Don't 



eijyou cani'gqt ' al Wficy ill one of the bejjt 
Companies, Hbme or Foreign, bypatrdn zing the H^WKBTE INBWMNCE £0. 
of Des Moines, Iowa. | j, j v (over) '1: 



r 



«■'■ n > 




[tot 




IMurapoe 



AAAAtki ********** >il*»»<*A**i 



I < 



E OFFICE, DES 



/VIOlN 



■Assetjs de^uary 1 , <1892J, 
Liabilities';!^ per <:ent Actuaries 1: 

Sumlus toiPolicytholdjsrs, 



S907.029.40 
661.199.47 



$245,829.93 



P&II^TS'-r • 

For Busy Men tc Examine. 

Strfeflgth-^jftl^OOof Assets for each 8100.00 of Liability. 
Safety- pwiyl'oliiiy Secjured— as ijrojvided by law— by de- 



pQB|t. of inxerest-toearing securities with the State 



Aliifciitor of 



sued it us 



>r<a 






• i 



fit— ini 



eres 



7.02 parice. 



Death 
)er cent 



owl rates as 



my othei 



J W 



Eartiecl 

it, •■ , 

j 



on 



6 pro gross -I«8 nanca wr it 



1 



F.JK 



t 



t 



4 \A 



J'"l 



oven 



r 1891 



c: bow 



to men u 



11. 



jTv, 



<tf'40p< 

ii * 



,En<low 



I policies All forms pf JL fk End 
*| i Tontine alid Return Prefmiu 



* • 



i 



Iowa.; 



nerit, Inve8|ment,Hemi- 
3ndowm0.it Policies is 
regular Life Company. 



jhean amomtoj Assets in 1802, 
.amount! iimtirc 



I 



n in 



f 



I in 1H»2, 0.71 



0r cejnfl, 



,i 



$l,r>( 7,:}05:oo, a gain 



Evident' 



C. r . O jm h ttoi Seer 1 eiary 



Yl 



JUT 

-ttfc] 



^HERMlAN 

WELL81.AGJKR, 

C.HUBBBtli, 



CERS: 

Cyrus itiiiK, Vlice 



. toirectof. 



it. '11 WfcL 



I 



L T.'M/JITIN 



DIi?eCTORSs 

F Af. luBKHLL.j 
COfcHAD YottNUttUMAN, 
J.'diduMM!NS ( ! 



patronize 
a florae 

Institution 

! 

ai)d|jtelp to 
Build up 
I0U//}. 

« . 

■■>; 
'*, 

President 



HLAOttU f Tr0iWui«r 



Bupt. <j 



JIoh't 



f Agencies. 



PULLEKTON, 



CYUUflj KlHK, 
ARTIK. 



I. T. M. 




HM, J^ROPRIETpi 



MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS 




CEMENT WALKS, 

CURBING, CEIJLAks, 
:,.. ; GARDEN VyALjLSj 

CARRIAGE 




I 7 



ty 



HOUSpS, 
STABLES, 

DRIVEWAlS, Etc. 



r 



; All Work Warranted to (Jive Satlsfiiction, nj Lowest Possible 



FjgWcB. 



, OFFICE: 

7 1 9 Seventh St. 



pines, 





ITS CONTRACTS 

Good.sd GJ^d $6ndi *jui|l Be^i|jBptfer 
Thah'U 




iiy I 



Thai's .ti. by 
Reason for i 

More reliable 

i . ■■ . 

BECAUSE: 



and 



are just i 
no securi 
and sal 



. s. 



Sale Ei oyiili! 




selected bo"\ds 



that f~6m 



securities' am so large^ a 
mterfest be realized .'J -i 

of the Mutual 



firpurt 

JSECAI 

i 

iJKCAll 



Over 



SB: No clap 



illSll,( 



[ my 



liirririg in 
iiiflucMiien 






Gove;rnmje 



Strong 

life in it 






t Bonds. 




En t Ugh and! Good 



any otiteir'€onWiiy 



Is \)v prtee it stronger claims! 



Its fljsset 
Invested 



ijed inlsayjh&tha^' 
3s arje si ■■jjjjtapjj^ 
rthejinVl^|merit 



ife insurance cor^pan]' #s vv$tl 



or, imbritiiage^' 

no other isouhdi 

rate of 

■{Ah Anmutf 



1 tfCopNcw ifotyf. 

"TT. . 

trap, disrc 
Ma iageV, his Special 
SE: Its husiilek is do 



yon 



or anybody else ?ivc 



I Does any 



Ovep 



Ubdpubi 

-a 

NAME OF 



ed ; Sebjd 



$12 



COMPAN 



Washington 

onneutlcutjMutua 

nited States! 

tna 

j-ovidentofjlfhlla'delphia 

utual Llfe.pt New YojJ* 



ARE AS 

i 

Interest 



Eniiig| for Anybody, 



Coi pap y offer any 



r, ,... a ., 

E]iiltat>leof!New Yprk ... 
New York Lilfelof Ityw Ytjrk 
Provident Savings 



{-Coiinaifcut hu urarn % 1 U yort, j &9g, pg^e 3flc 



Those a™ some of CM reason^ wli^ I insure! in; ilie 



m 



n ""|Io^a NatWnaflfahk. f 



Z 




any J>ett«r 



000 Are 

cities. 



Per cent of Loam on 
Bond and HorUfagc 
to GrffH$ Assets. 



84.35 

: 58.27 
47.87 
42.34 
42.02 
19.77 
17.00 
7.41 



iorted to by its 



lionorable j methods are .,„ 
Agents, to Wtain business, 
lhirence 'tp tjlie t ruth in every department 



u- 



Washington. 



MAN, MANAGER FOR IOWA. 



SPECIAL AGENT. 



AN, 

ES MOINES, 



IOWA. 



DE8 MOINES .CITY DIKE3TOBY. 




CHICAGO or 




ST. 




VLIi 



AU 




ff 



DES 



mm xk 



rri ; ibiRKOTo|BV. 



F// 



■! ■ < l 




*q*9^?^' 




EC DIT4BLE tflBE-feB >0F OTICE 







?tOCK-BEfl^ IN THE &TATE. 



Life ftsspnf SoGletu* 



Tii^is, jvr4|;^«««4 




(toils' Clolliing- Cleaned o • j)yed Wit hdiit Hipping. 

Piano and Table ('overs, Window Curtains Cleaned or jColoIri 

Kid Gloves Dyed Ulaek. Orders by Mrfil Promptly Attended to. 



PRICE LIST SENT ON APPLICATION 



•ed. 



HES MOIN 



K 



8 



en 



Y PIREC'JORi'. 



# ChicagiL 




CENT 



•I 



and Sep 
The Rock 



E.8T.J0yi\, 



, Qen'lM 



frvtvfye tast 
hi W:2$ A. M. r 



Is) 



n 



jr. Asa 



I Popular y AnoHW a$ < fl 

mK/SLANmOUTE\t 



To 
traih on 
"Rocky 

/ '07f 

Tpis i 
now ana \ 
charge oyer 
This trail 

Pining Car jjffwpi M>. |//he/j equipment 
tr\pin in America. U' Wl '•■''■ \l 
Aftet arrki/pf fest trainb over trunk 



lands, t us Company at ded a pew 
7/jsE:|/f /* Afo. 2/ anqf palled the 
tf' Umiti d. 

strictyjpllmiti dTrain, itsiq u'pmeni 
A add especially for it, and pa] extra 
■j egworhUketrate. 
' 7 has the ! If /tocfc Island's 



\d istheo 



I 



t/.-s. ft '^-W^|ffii 



Mf./J*#airi|j 



^Hmt 6FFICE8) 



tram leaves Chicago 



us avoiding all 



tedjous delays 



Chidago depots, Mdh)onftidifeniaM6utto Denve 
Colorado Springs, and Puew, arriving at ihesi 
i wor twt foot-hi/i\ : itws ne/taften don, in advahct 
ofullcompetitors\\ |' |L"ir j 

0br"6ig'5"mek 
J is nly pie lay out, i MyingMtrQenvi i\ the second 
fnoknind dt 7 o'clock i'ds Dining C a r Service. 
t'sp^iiql\attentiot\ id c'al/pdfp or new time 
to Khrsas City on outi\trhiti fbM, Mich leaves 
Ch/cajv af 6 P. M. dtii. y.brrhefit H nsas City 
at 9 AM. Utime for (i cvnnet tions W}St f South" 
uMM ;■' \ ' '■'• .y.\i 



ho* 



reciMe 



t 



MQimmmiovA. 



dNO.SELASTtiN, 



Qhn'IT'ii'i'tiPaai 



<.' : ';\ 



to Ifanitdu. 



• tot; 




Popular 
?4 W 



fmes 
daily 



]■ 





IX 




lr)den)r)iiy agair)sf!Fir<i, 

Liqhtninfl and Toftna^^es^. 



Assets, 



CONFINES ITS 



"i ; , 

|i $40Q 

• • ! : i 



: 000.00. 



LARGEST G 
AND LOWE 



to iowaL 




OF ANY CO/APANY IN 



I Patronize a Home Compar 



f( 




and its Queen 



THE STATE; 



Help td Bui 



City. 



Otto in company's Bii Idlno, 1405 6oih ftvenue. 



$ $EE RIGHT TOP LINES.) 



J. G ROUNDS, Preside^ 

J. S. CLARK, Secretary s#d Manager. 



Id Up Iowa 




ctHicA&oi .jar. 



I! 




4 M.MJkRTM, 



? 



Ihe'buH )l 



wrni 



he 



^i||Hea|6]|is; 

Swx city, 

^OUN 



Thus Opetifi 
Tp tHefciljy 






F6r 



1ICH,: 



RAGO, 



r' 



Fulfill 



esm6 




l>e ? Mo 



*# 



Information, 

Ah 



M 



21 



KililHUV 



ai d OJVIAHA. 



Sf.jPllLl'Y, 



les of Kailwuy 



3r Addreu , 



i • ■ i i 



DE8 MOINES 



i 



XII 



V. 



DES MO^NE^ CITY DIRECTORY 




THE WABASH RAILROAD 



COMMONLY KNOWN AS TJ !E 



6i 



BANNER R06ITE 



99 



IS THE DIRECT LINE BETW 



sen 



DES lytQINJES 



AN 



p KANSAS C ITY 



AND 



THROUGH SLEEPING 



Runsjlkaiiy Between the Above Points, 



FOR ALL INFORMATION, GALL ON OR ADE RESS 



Sit LOUIS 



CAR LI?* 



F. CHANDLER, 

C. P. A T. A. f 

SAINT LOUIS. 



L. 



{CON 

DE 



s 



I MARTIN 

MERCIAL ACT. 

01 NE 



e. 




.I'l I 

J.J.V 



ROOFIN 

GERMAN BLOOK, ~ 



. G Op 



NM$, tOW A, 



XIV 



DES M0INE8 CITV; DIRECTORY. 



C. E. EAWSON, Prest. and Gen'lMngr. 
Hon. G. L. DOBSON, Vice-President. 
0. P. WRIGHT, Treasurer. . 
Mrs. I. C. EAWSON, Secretary. 



l-'tWl CUMMINS & WEIGHT, Legal Advisers. ; 
CHAS. W. EATON, M. D jJ Medical Director. 
C I. EAWSON, 0. P. WEIGHT, and 
MrE.L. C. RAWS ON, Executive Committee. 



DES MOINES 



AGENTS WANTED. 

Address. C. E. RAWSON, President. 





DfcJS MjOL'NES 




TO INSURANCE AGENTS. 

' Gkntlemen— The Des Moines Life Association, operated I0J1 the "Rawson 
System" of life insurance, is not a high rate company or a lowjfrate company, 
but an organization' whose' premiums are based on insurance experience, and 

are sufficient, but not exorbitant, i According to the sworn reports of i the old- 

: i i M ' ' 

line companies to the New York Insurance Department for the past thirty 

years, we are collecting just a little more money to pay death losses with than 

they do, but not nearly as imtch for jexpensfe and reserve. Thiis you will se> 

that, by basing our mortuary coll^ctjon on 'this experience, we are absolfytpjy 

safe at less than one-half the rates! charged by old-line companies. We need 

not tell you that an agent's value is measured by his ability|to 

urns, or that it is much easier to collect a premium of $75 for a 

our company than it is for a $2,0,00 policy in |an olddine company. This is why 

ageats say that the Des Moinea| Iiife'A^ociatipn is a boiiknza for them. 

The insured, for the same premium, get^ more than, twice the Insurance ifur- 

nished by the old-line companies, and insurance that is absolutely safe, 

and yet the agent's commissicri is jibout the same. We writU as" (many Iowa 



collec ; premi-i 
$5,000 (policy in 



people in a month as any old-lir e Iovfa company write in a yearl We ate" doing, 
business in eight different States, an|d before the close of 1893 ^ilji be in at least 
twenty States. For three years in succession we have written more Iowa 
business than any one company^ eastern or western.. 

We have some good territory tor; special or general agents, I Address. 



SEE NEXT PAQE. 



O. E, RAWSON, 

1 r ■ ■ i 



RESIDENT 
SINE&l /6^/ 




S£ 



THE FOLLOWING 
CAREFULLY. 



E wish t)Qx 



Lif £ 
I time to co lie. 

jfoiiinsurai ce 



! V M >: 



These tliiree 



pake up 



4 



*e 



losing shows 



iompaniet^ 

ambirnt cbkrg 
L ', r 
Cost of (Id- 

Mortuar 



try 



i Reserve 
' Expense 



tj j SAFE- 

FULLY. 

i 

plain why th 



:sot iaiion is abs( lii & y safe fojr 



T ie money pai 
sd vided into three 



fbijpure 1 life insuraju 
»dliy us. 

Line Insurance 
$1,000. 

4 



Mortuary 
•Reserve.. 
Expense., 

Ydu can <ee 



Cost of Deb Moiios Life at Age 



more to pay] oir death 

i ' . . < • •» 

( r legal reserve iijoihi 



much for riese "ve 



Hi. 



of many of .... 
elf *50,000 per i , 
u|f the United 
\yhile our [res d'er 



lie puts in, ain must 
*1,000, as well is »lll 



lecorapany 

BUSIIjiEfe 



Several oj puc Uus Moines nieh 

year have e}thjr ci. lied at c u^o 

aid write tlhelr 



to c.aJ4 ott then: 



IWe Insurance 
since, Mr. ijo\hl 



do! 



gjther, " wjhy 
pjiHcy.in vtjur 
iiig that he 1 at 
sald^iibout.t ie 
woftnVof 

M|th built iujgi|p ji. 
h credit to) (|fr 
•Mpijile 



nco 



tilths 
sta 



hum that 

nd ! atth(jliia«iof 

rpductidii l|> 
*'<* have tdjl.ed 
i nine, one 



tiat 



from 



::[: 



Mortuary. 

Reserve). 

Expense. 
items comprise i.li 
gr(|ss| premium ch irf cd.'Thej fj>l- 
tjib amount ch 



£ 



;1 



*• 



and 



old-line 



. Ih|bN AJSKf 

ifmuriAivbE 



.•i|p6licy, whicl|ih^|i bee*n vcjry jffa 
l^oiie has been 
M fainiliar uot 
■njassos of ppjop 
refer to Adam 



.,\, 



tl e above 
ossefc tha 
anies. bu 



ex 



Afoi^is 

— U_L 




Uii 



n by" the ipijjb' )le 
di Terentifun is, 

i. * 



demerits *jliat 






by online 
and a)$b|jjjie 



la 
d< 



pensdf 
qonipanic s 
nnurn (\l\a sameMs 
Sto-tos), 



t simply gets piy 



t e president 

drnvs & salary 

tile Presitles lit 



be paid fronp 
the re|st of 



no 



a few oil ;l er i getj$65 OtO, 



CARE- 



Moines<JL 



tUREOTofeY. 





we "colli 
the old-It 
nearly . 



for til 



ie 



nwe so than 
on v to insuran 
Ie jf the great 
lovelj, lirjesilU 
C(|)i>pa'uy off thfl 

is! 

call 



Hiiid,, a^ w<i 



't 



lompajtiy?" at I 

heard a great 

DrM.h. A., and 



felt 



i^tjuppjort of our h m< \)\pp 
Vyestemiu titjti 



to 



wij carry weigl t v 
>>inie time vte have increased M 1.1 
ust -$2,000 ' ' in ' 



we wens 
e, asjMe 

, ----- -ji— rr {hat wts 

ity and State. Ye lip ireAiate U e 

placed; in thi B I , M j 't. A^jJy 

ids on the top rAunl of ii|su?a|^e 



a company 



. -j 



he ]>eopleof Xo\n\\ 



w 



iintf 



ijlio $h.0O nfer 
expanses of 



OtJR 




iyo 



lie | pint 

ifakeq is 



ct 
ne 



4 



no 



abp icationsj fir 
atifjing indjjiai 

: nitn Ivho ?e n„.. . 

$ ifrefl but to] the 

o( the I 
Ml) 



fokvatlWie: 
awkjiVe 



di 



e i an ie t me 
i uiny ?ooji thipus 



Hug, 



iv'ri e ,ln*. ; k 



h»>. t n 



our |membc|j > sh p |a| ivalukb 

JU U| Att) 
bwelf's est 



W 






ie 



no in 






f 



i.t 
e 



a/;e 




OUR PyitAMID, 

Three Yeais and • Charter that 



the Coup any Has 



Been Operated 
on {the '•Raw8(|n By at 3m. 

AS8 5T8. 



Fuly 1, 1889. 
Oct. 1, 1889 . 

r .an. i, 1890.' 
April! 1, 1890 
. uly |, 1890. 
.Oct. 1, 1890. 



1 



» an. 
April 
illy 



,1891. 

1, 1891 

1,1891 

(t>ct. 1, 1891 , 

an. i, 1892. 

Lpril 1,1892 

uly 1, 1892 

Oct. 1, 1892 . 

J|aii 1, 1893 . 

prill,' 1893 



J 



ulyl, 1893. 



' i \ 



A ^e wish to imprehs it Jn your 
abdVe assets al 1 belong to our policy-holders. No 
stockholders tb absoib thekavlngs. On the other' 

hafid, at the end of <Mich tk>'nth jj^" — 

fur d is equally divided amoW do! 
ha\ e kept thei • policies in force fo 
giv ng tliem tl^eir choice ejther ii 
up Insurance. 



WHY 



TEIM RE/.SONS 



Till! 



wiy 



j SKCOMB.r-Hecjiuse \v( 
[promptly and n fu 

Vhirik- 



too >.0O 
4, 10). 00 

U,3>7.19 

J3o,9ro.i9 

3(1 ^ 1V3 . 76 
40,050.70 
SS)H I 0.70 

071^5.70 
7 31^ H.,.3,-1 
HO, [7 6 3.31 
K8, 7 78 
1,430 
10 5 10 7 
1 1 1 [0 O p 
1 2 2 



3 1 

3 1 
7 5 

7 5 

t it 

mind (hut the 



7 5 7 



jolicy year, ibis 

cy-ho]di>rMVho 

:>|r ten full yours, 

frusn or' paid- 



Loading Li 



e fun 
tthisC 



prefe • to represon 

The jfass<?.sof tlje Poojlh 

/ Us. ' 



HR^T.- lieeaui^we \\(ri|o ptiro Life lirtur- 
ancjj without ajny siqe issu« s. 

pay o ir death losses 



the 



loading liusi- 
our n^ents a 



— . . Jecaisewe lo 

nesri in 1 Iowa, opd-line or ne v, 

FOlJRTIlJ-Hecauso Ve pay 
casl cdmmission on the ilfCeenth Ar ouf-h'tiioriili. 

FIFTH.— because w«' liiive no, membership 
fiie, making ouj- plan much more < osirabl^. 

; BI^TH;-t^ecauLe'our pttyimuilH nni llxl-U, 
% iloliik( a way with |)|»HtWiio(toin ul 
assessments. !• 



IjHiVKMTif. - liecauso wr 
mon »y to nay death losses prompt 
outf'ii Iowa farms, j 

El[CrHfriI.+-Heciiuse in 



' v 



fig. 



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th»| lenefl^ whl e livi 

, XI HITH.— Hecauiie wo iirito till; .Joint I'Jill 
on man and wife, or ' ' ■ 

fulh mount payable 

longest. ,The liest, ^i M „ 

then into tjlie ark, "come in pairs; 

TKWTH.— An^ Ijficauselour di 
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latiohs betweei) every pollcy-holdet that haslci-pt 

years. If they 

wpll be returned 

cheapest Jii- 



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in.] 
Insijre with 



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always h|ve 
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his p )liriy paid! up for tenjfull years 
have paid one dollar too mufeh it w 
to themiw^th ibterest', mak ng th 



surauce obtainable. 



policy-holder 
one-ha f of 



hat HvoW the 
ion he Invited 

ddend, at the 
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If! ! I 

THE QUICKEST aJnJ) lilOST ©IRjECT LI1JIE TO 

LINCOLN, j ; PE^VER 
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PUEBLO, , 
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All Oregon 




/§\UR TRAIN No. i, leaving! Des Moines at 8:30 A.I M. ; makes direc: 
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Osceola, arriving at Denver at 7 o'clock the next mprning. 

*i tme + ^mort +jLinifiif 



TO ALL POINTS IN SCjtJTH AI^D SOUTHWEST 



making direct connections in Union Depots 



at'all . Junction points. 



CITY TICKET OFFICE, 

No. 232 Fourth Strut 

i i 

IN KIRKWOOD HOUSE BUOCK.l 

j CITY TICKET AGENT^ ! 
Vice-President and Gen. Manager. 



DEPOT OFFiqE, 



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, tir , ^a:iBcp. c. s^E^^'-cor), 1 

Supt, and Gen. Passenger Agent. 



DES MOINES. 



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A Q. PfiSS.STATIpQI 

FOOT OF, FOURTH STREET. 

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rob Es-'djfcT'fcE:^, 



f ticket ageni 







CITY I^IRECTOpY. 




LEEPING 



AND ,■ i: ! -I 



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CAR LINE 



Detroit. 



GRAND HAVEN 



Milwaukee 



RAILWAY. 



P'l'VISION 




A Daily 



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A. Magn ficent Line 
run bejtween Mt. 



teivice 




)le neris, Detroit and Chicago 
id, serving breakfast before 



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rival at 



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run 



both di 



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Parlor Cars is 
. Dining Car I 
Chicago. 



Milwaukee and the West 



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between Chicago 
otions. 



he West a 



nd Northwest. 



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ST. LOUIS, iCAJRO, MEMPHIS 

I - r » i I ': 

AND ALL POINTS BEYOND. 



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and Pullman Buffet Sleepers. 



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THE ONLY LINE 



TO TEXAS RUNNING 



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Fullmai) Buffet Sleepers 



-TO- 



MEMPHIS, 

i ■ ■ " 

and delivering passengers jn depots of connecting lines 
without a 'long and disagreeable omnibus transfer across 
the eity. ', ! 

THE SHORtES]r| ROUTE 

TO ALL POINTS IN T)HE j" | 

SOUTHWEST. 



All Lines have, through tickets on sale via 




Rates, Maps, Time fables and all information will be 
cheerfully furnished qn application to any agent of tlit 
Company, or 



K. H. CARTElt, j 

Traveling Pass'rAg't. - 
FT. WORTH, TEXAS 



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General Pass'r Ag't, 
TYLER, TEXAS 



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as 

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SLEEPINIi GARS. 



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•ST. LOt IS, MO. 



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(EhE Iron 



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The 



St. Loifl^to Tbxas andjthe Southwest. 



Shortest and Quickest Line to tHe City df Mexico via, Larek 

SLEEPING CARS THROUGH WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE. 



No Change of Gars St. Louis to 



San 



THE ONLY DIRECT LINE 



TO TIIR 



FranciscoJ 



GREAT HOT SPRINGS*.' 



For rates and detailed information, address 

GEO. €. SMITH, General ffanager. 
II. Cj. TOWKSENp, Gen'i 
ST* LOUIS, no. 




lass. 



Ticket A gen I 



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:o|NirAiNiNG 
And priv 







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COUNTY 



LEGES 



NUE £UIDE; MISCEL 
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[bc(l|}s;|B^ILD)[NGS; BANKS; INCbRPO 

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Abbreviations 
Advertisement. . T 
Alphabetical Lis t of 
Alterations, Ren ovals -APtc.t . j 
Business Direeto ry. 1 . Ml •. \\ . 
.. financial Depprfjmebt p , I 




Ancient Order 
Andeiit jOrder 
Asylums and Ho 

Banks]/. 1 . .... J. 
Boardjof Dentil 
Board I of Educiiti' 
Boardjof Mediqa 
Cemeteries 
Churches 



:DS...- 

{ ^orkrn 



pitalit . ; . . : 




xam^uers.. ; 
ExanSners 



eparcpjent 





'. Manufacturing, Me^rc 
n&sDepartnent 



an 



isctjllaneous Inform; iti>n 
'arki ahd Public Buildings 



pouhty Resident D 



pAOE 

;ile and Busi«<? 

.97 tb 142 

.47 to 80 

AL 45 



Street an ji Avenue Guide \ 



SdlLLAiMEOUSl INF0RMATIO 



\ 



Phbrijacy,... 



t 



Gity Engineer'* 



City Government 
City Printer. ... 

Commissioners of 
Common Council 
County and lovdshi 
Courts............... 

Department o!f HtaltLjiV; 

Elks.. L., ■,.."..[ LJK: 

Exchanges..,. .......[ 

Express Compafei( s. . I . ., ^ . , . . . 
Federal Officerf.....^. | ;.!.., • 

Fire Alarm Stafiiois 
Fiqe Department 
^oreigd Consul 



3 {.i 5§ 



Government of Ibh'i Stat!6 if low % \ 
f rand Army of tb) R&pltlic, .'. ; 
Incorporated C6m samef. ...;.;. . t 
Independent Oride * of Qb< id Teniri 
Independent Oride • Rid ft eii". J 
'IpsurariceComriaries .Hi 
-lOdt'KSB 1 ^ 1 

nighty of Honor .... f . 
r nShts.ofPyth a fi....L 
Lata Organizations;. J . 
Le^ioh ^f Honor...!.... i. 
Libraries . 1 w ■ ; "> 






.„, of Chemi|;alfcines.. 
ion of Hook aud " " " 



™» M uu ui; hook auaj 
JWniq Organisation/ 




reetory.645 to 690 



17 to 44 



al and D( 
Meditel Colleges 
Merq^ntile 
Milit 



ntal Societies i ... 



■ v 



65 



Misc 
Musi 

News 



laneous and Private Schools. . \ . 
laneous piubs and Societies. M 



il Societies 



;.i 



apers ana" Publications. . 
Northwestern Legion of Honor 
> 0,dd F Bllows . . |t . . .1 .|J. . f. . . . . 
Ufficei s of Independent Public School 

.' IJDi^jt riots . . . ..Ji . , . . .[ .. \ '..\> 

cheitras and Bands 



)rder 
Maces 
'olice 

*olitid 



;i 



of the Sons of S. 
of Aniusemeht 
Department . . . 
*l Organizations 

ost Cilice,, '.•;..', 

_ recinot Boundaries, 
lRailro|,ds; . 



65 

66 

06 

68 

67 

68 ' 

68 

77 ■: 

74 



Gi^rge. 



h 



Cates it Fare for Pirbliij Carriages*. . . 



omani Catholic SbcJetiesJ 
byal |jA.rcanum 
**choo 
ecretlSocieties 



:i 



i 



* • * ♦ ♦ • 



49 
69 

77 
70 
48 
67 
70 
51 
72 
48 
79. 
77 
481,1' 49 
73 
7? 
55 
55 



.71 



/ 'Select Knights of Amerkcaj 

(State Agricultural SbciotyL . . . J , , 

b tafe ^[jard of Equalizakidb. . . ] , > 

tate Bbard of Health .. I ... j ...... J 54 

j State gbfird' of; If R (Jon imlssioners. . . i 55 
^State Horticultural Socie^^ i kr 

•State Mine Intpeciors 
^tateO^— - ' r r r 
treet 
nitedj 



cers . . 1 
ailroac a) 



55 
55 
54 
72 



AfacienT6rder o ^Druids. .. . . .| 77 

Order of American Workmen.; 76 



|Jnited| 

ujniverjyities an|d College|s. \ 
Ward Boundaries 
itaodmbn.....!. ... ..... 



I 



»«•*!••••• *i 



79 
50 
76 




A Complete Alphabetical List i ojf Eve^y 

!■'■'■■ ■ i 

' City, Town, Villagej and Crpss 



in the Statq of lowi 



ALSO 



T 



Road 



A ©l^ssifi^d B^sipess Qi 



reotqry. 




i^lpcor 
edge an 



Anderson Jph>. . . r , 

Baird & Dietrich.. ,...,.[ 
Bsckman .Biros..--. ... . i . . J . [ ■ . . . 
'BeUHernia ^rjiatmc tit Co,| \ jft 
Bbrpud Frauds Ai 4 .- 1 .i, . ; . . , ft 
B ack DiamPnd,Coall and Mini ig 
B ack Swan Coal 06, j right sile 

} and .: — . .. .. t .| i! ....1' j 

|B|opmjield Coal aric pining C>J 



\ pop cor cards and 
Blue Line Tjhnsffflf 



Boston Cut 



<a 



tej Sppe Storp, 
ilihes/....L 
jBoWnian M X V. bhtside If 
i aijd front page V J ' 
Bromley RN.. 
Brotyn yuiL . 
jideJonn 



^'»i a i?«^ott:ige 
Chicago. Roc k h 



■'r 



p, opposite 



•<•••••* 



aris 
oip 



AbdillLB..,. ,,;..,... *>►,...* 

Achie Coal CP, right<;botto nliae 3.1 ... ,» [* 
Aldrich J El. .. .. i . J .|. ....[.. . . 'if ,.|, [ . . jf 
,Alldredge FiBj Jeff 
Allen Johri to to$ 
Allen G|[7.j. . j 
Amsbury &|Cp.J. 




• • ^ • • * 



• • • « * » 



roi it 



el 



m 

;ofr lines i 

..... im 

Co.; piiB 
lines , 

..... m 

12 



• i • • * 

. t top 



...... J.! 3 



13 J 



IW 



t» 



J 



Burnside 

Burroughs WUecfc ( Agebcjf 

(Chicago, 11 ........... l f .i 

fBurrowes £ T- ft qo (Chicag), lift . . . . hi 

CampbellJA.?... ....... .,.;.. 

Capital City Brick aid Pipe Co 
Capital City Collection Agency 
Capital , Cit^f #ur4e|ries, left 

lines and. 
Capital City plininW Mill Cd.L . 
'apital City State' Baa I 
ppitalHill Sr^onhcuse 
capital Park Green pbuse 
tyipjtal Holler Milk; 
Carlson A W.. , ..... 
Central Loan jaidTOist Co 

Central Roller Mill$ 
ChapinlBi. 

Chase $ Wesjtl, lief t flolp cor ciifdl 
Chicago, Bu:ii J ngtob & Qui 
P&eVI.J. '* WW 



i . . ; . i . 



Or&hb Co. 
Jago, RocH Island^ Pi 



Meter C 



page IX.,. 
Chicago ATan Meter 
ileft sideliEespand ffont 



oijtpidi i 



Joppfrontda^XVi. 
Wens NatioSal Ban £i 
I coverand. ....J ■" 
Commercial Loan Asiin 
Commercial Pribting C v left 
ComparetLQ, left side linejs 
Wjecticut Mutual Liietn3uradfec 

Poopey & Wa>s>ii, $t top 5 nei 



»cy 



cific 




fc > ftf 



side 



Pal Mining Co. 

>gPtpr. 



ich), 



Kint 



■1 



!':' f l 



f? 

3.Vt$7 
J.. lOi 



■'j 




ciorJ3pp &Lee, tigltii»p lines 

Qott)|i Belt Route (: Vtt r, Texas), o|p|po 
!, : lite front page Xyl. 



^Ic 



CHeKW 
JD|aMbe^CL& 

Diai<e& Brown 

D ( art Roswef 1 P, 
^ay lj& Barge .. \ 
is Moines Box 
^es I Moines Cjarplet 
i feather Reno vt tin 



Co 

iefjti 



WQr 



i 



• ••«••• 



PAGE 



. . 795 

. . 807 
i . 768 I 



top cor cards., 



Dies Mornes Cement Paving Co, frtint 

;--fciv.. .4. :...!:. "i......j., 

Des MpineSiCoarftinihgCo, left bk 
i torn lines. 1. , 



Dtes 
Dbs 

coy 
Des " : 

r td 
Des 



. 783 , 
ii . . 128 
Dusting .and 



Wojrks. . . . 



It * 

Co, ritat 



J.. 71 







. 140 



and Loan CP.. 
Detroit, Grand ftav^n 



in< 
Jatrpit* 



Mi^.; 



TOtzGWvSfceri^it'sido 



^I'AP.B.'..:... 

L keJEf... 

rake Sanitarium .... . \ 
rake & 3|usselleJ left! bo 

W 

bldley M|L, Tight to|) ccir 
Dbplex Typewriter Cb/ 
bookan^..... L..L.4 



ition. right tpp 
^IV and. XV. 



140 
102! 



oines Dairy C )...]. . 
oines Electric Cp|, outride fr6bt 
rand right to p l^nes* 
loines Fire Irsurjance 
ines and fron ; page X, 
oines Hat I Wo i-ks 
D^s Moines Leader. 
Des Moines Life Ass oci 
line] and front pages 
Des M DinesfLumber Co|.'. .. L ....". i J . 774 
Des M)ines|Mnft ard i Supply Co... .. 77.T 
Des MMnes National I ^ank # |embosjed |_ 

linel )ack covet atd. ..... ; , . . 85 

Des M)ines, Northern & Western R 

Co. fron^.pageXt .. 
De8 ( M<ines Plumbin? Ob, right bottoi 

lines v. J.|. .: .. ....I 

308JM|ine8 Rubber Stimp, Seal al 

^feen<^il Works M •••••L •-■ 133 

^08 Mb neStScale and Mifg Co,. j 128 

)e|s Mo||ne8 Scale ami Wire Works. . .-. 801 
JesMjoines Steapi Dye Woiks. front 
mgeiVlII 
Je* Mjiq 3s Stone Yi.rd left top lines 

:an<M;l -....i.i.; ..:J..... 183 

es Moines Tent inc Awnint Co, | 

45p atii 1 .... 4 .... . ; . i { ,.,'...,'. . j8l 1 

es ! Mp bes Transfer O: , 258 and . J . . s812 
r Dep Moibes &' Kt.nsa j C ty j Ry, fro it { i 
ipage^ XVI I ■: j |i-» ' r t : 

DekMoiribs & NorthWestj rp Real Estate \ 



b .ilU - .... 

§5 I^lllwaukie 
paie 



, ob])!ft-ont 



ines. 



• * .+ 



\n 



)4 

7533 

. 721 

torn cor cards I 
69J0 

cards. i.. L.I .: 
backbone yt 1 

8" ' IB' 



8J 



DE8 MOINES CITY DIBECTORY, 



J 



PAG 



JJbrstine Lee B, left cor cards and front 

IpageVII I.... j 

\E#s!t Side Maqble and Granite Works. 13£J 
Edwards & Son, right bottom lines ... j 

Ejjboeck Joseph.. . , 140 

. Equitable Life Assurance Society of j 

I the U S, left top cor cards and front j 

tpageYII j 

Equitable Life Insurauce Co of Iowa, J 

front page III . . . ! 

Ettstis Robert II 71i) 

EiWing&tfewett 77$ 

Fleming Bros, right top cor cards 

FPeming B S & S B.. : . . 79l 

Fiances J & Co . . 725 

• Fjjantz F F, left side lines 

Fl?eeland, Loomis Co J01 

FttlmerJTD 1$$ 

Fulton Fish Co, left bottom lines. ." | 

[Furlong & Owens 129 

Gijiar, Scott & Co . . 107 

GUrretson LP ... 752 

Gorton W T. '. 129 

Garver & Maish , 103 

; German Savings Bank, outside back 

jcover and 82 

|GJlett Tailoring Co, top marginal line 

(outside front cover , * 

Goings Mrs Annie E 756 

Golden Rule Clothing House, left top 

lines. 104 and 715 

. Graham Seth& Son.. 258 and 812 

Grand Avenue Savings Bank 89 

Graces Dr M. I 815 

Gustafson C A 703 

i. Haberdasher (The), right top lines. ... 

: Mllett& Fuller... 728 

L ®kmlin L L 258 and 811 

t,HJ,irbach L. Outside back cover, .and 105 

.- Hjkrris-Emery Co. 106 

Hirsh W F 1Q7 

H&wkeye Boiler Works 701 

Hiiwkeye Insurance Co, front page II. ; 

H&wkeye Oat Meal Co l 743 

; .Hlkwkeye Shirt Factory i&G 

~foys John W ,137 

ferriman J B 110 

Matt Enoch 722 

Lighland Park Normal College 1Q8 

Mtz Paul 340 and 804 

Hphberger E J, right bottom lines 

Holland & Ndw 749 

Hplm Charles F, right side marginal 

'lines, outside front cover 

Homan & Johnson 182 

Homan & Munn i 109 

Home Savings Bank, right top lines '!' 

and 87 

UuUv Mufg Co (The) 7&5 

Huffman & Miller 793 

Hughes E E, right top cor cards j 

Hunt Walter A , 80 

Hunter E H, back page XXIII j ' 

Hurlbut, Ward & Co, right top lines. . I 

Hyde Labor Co, 100 

HydeR N / 1B0 

•Innis & Scully 102 



Iowa 
Iowa 



Works 



Iowa 



Boiler Works... 
Carbonated S trine 



page 
.. 131 



Deposit and Loat 



linos add. 



a nd Pipe 
Co, right side 



131 

91 
734 



Iowa Electric and Construction Co. . . 
Iowa Loan and Trust Co, outjiide front 

cover and . . . . J . . L ) 92 

Iowa Mutual Tornado, Cyclone and 

Wind Storm Insure nee issh , 110 

Iowa National Bank, back page 

XXIII I. j... I ..... ..::! 

Iowa Printing Co> lefjt bottom lines 

and..... J I 

Iowa Staats Anzeiger 
Iowa Tract Society..]. 
Iron! Mountain Refute 

opp front page a 
Janes E D & Co 
Jenney C, bottom* and side marginal 

lines; outside fropi and back cov- 
ers and !. 

Jennings James iS. . . . 
JohdsonD M & Son left 



Johnson J W. ...... 

Jorgbnsen Axel. 1 

Kahler Chas L & Col r 

Keeiiey & Patzig J 

Kehie Joe . .....:... 

Keuyon P C, right top 
Kessler L & CO 



$t Louis, Mo), 



too linos 
..104 and 



818 
140 
130 

7^ 



758J 
710 ! 



I, 



i 



vi5 
722 



Keyesl& Keyes* opposite j ... J 8|2 

Kimpall W W Co, outsijle lack coveij 

right bottom lines, sncl opposite... f700 
Kirkwood (The)...... ].L..j.. :..,...] i£6 

KrakscliPaulLj..... 

Kuhp & parpenter. . . 

KurEs L|H 

Kurtz Peter 



ght s de lines.. 

.«35| and 700 
.380 and 7|»L 

cor chrds.i.... 

.;..,... o 607 



Laiqg James, left side 

Lawrence Ezra . % 

Lewis Investment Co 



cards and 
Lewis J A.. 
Liverpool and Des Mb 

LongwellOH 

Loyei* & Arthur. . . . ... 

Lozierl W..... 



lines 



rig it top cor 



McClenahan C, J 
Mc(f lure & Davis, ou 
an 



side 



412 and- 694 
nes flacking Co. Ill 
...[.l... 1> 
420 and 785 
208 and 741 
139 



back cover 



•/• 



. *. •* 



and. 



113 
743 

707 

704 
l!40 

!46 

138 



McCfcrdy SethD.'...- 

MeDJine\dDH&Co. 

McGprrisk J B 

McNkllCA 

Madattney F Q. ... 

Mame James, right sjde lines 

Mainb & Horrabin, rip ht si ie lines and 138 

M'afiiis J C .j. . . .|. . . . . I. . .442 ani 7|22 

Majjquardt Savings Bank (The), bpttoin 
and top marginal lfnes, outside back 
coTJer and pages. . j L .XVII ana 

Merchants' Transfer Co . . i ...... .'. . 

Relief G A, right bottom lilies and. 

Miller Harry, right to * lines 

MilfepHugh 



■ j, i L ' '< -i 

Milder Iowal^servip| Co. j 

Miller MH.. 

fcnneapolis & St 
j| page XXI. 

j Missouri ^acifijj Ry 1 i 
'] ppsite fron ; page 

Montgomery Wm. . 

orris & Co. Left 

ould£J&c£..J, 

^uiichlarDL^Soni 

Mutual Bene it Lifdili 



I N J, left bottom jli nss.-J. . 
Luteal Life Jns, Co "' X+J 

rigpt top ct r cards 
latjiopal Boil er andj [ifjm 
rational Lepjefue of 

Bureau 



National Life Insurance (|o 
cot cards. 



1 



Nebraska Lane} Co 
JJelson Frank.. 
f NelsonOtto.L. 
:tfew England L oan a n{i Trujjt 

bone of book and], 
NeVlund Char.es.. .! , . 
New York Lijfe Inl3uifappe Qj), 

cor, cards 




^.DVEBTWEKENTS, 



Sortn DesAlVioines ! Ico j a'n'(j.| Cija^'Co, 



bottom, and s de mafgina 
side front and back 

. S /-■ . . IT 1 v-« I f 



Co 

and Mining 



cpveij 4n 



Sonj l6fir-to 



if 



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t bottbnli line 3 






S T orth Star Ice 
JovelfyMiih.. 
pakParkCokl 
Olson Charles A 
Parsons W R & 

'and .. 

Patton^J N, lfafrf toplliiiels. 
. Pearson OE, ojipositq. . 
Pearson & Tatei 
Pease Bros, rig 
People's Saving's' Bank]. 
Pereival&HittonJljV. 

Pitt j fj..t p : X. J L 

Piatt Brick and l^jjroofing 

. side lines a id front page |a 

Plummer. Frt nk El J L ; L . , , L . 
| folk County Plining Mijl Co. 
'FolkRL&Co, pag.3s M ^ 

Preston J C... ,;..J 

.Price &Tenney..... 

Proctor Coal Co, lef 
. Rattray P & 0o, lefti 

Head & Traversy.. . 

KiegelraanM&Co,! 
Kiley<& Co. ?..,... j 

RisserChasE&Brd 
RoberjtsST. 1 .., 
Robinson Samuel 



7?andi0 
8 

',-back-- l ;|- , jji- 

........ ah ' 

ttOp ; 



s>out , 

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to,p»Hiep 
top lines 

► • * !• • • » 



sid 

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1 left top co 



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'.and ........ b' " ' ■ [ ■'! 

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4 Co , right bottom Jinesi.U 
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pmney E CJ ritfht s de ines ahdl . 

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Stbhm F VL, fr|>n 

Stevens C IF 



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{bop lines anjl.J^ .•.(--.,-.. ...... 

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Wellington t<ife Insuraic^Cri.jOutside 

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Wjhitney Fred & bo 

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Wilkinson J J.. 
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DBS MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 




'I ! 



It is witp a : greit ieal of 
that the publishers 'of the Des ijfpi 
Directory this ^ear| present to| *^' 



its subscribers! afrd 



a 




%r 



e puljljp 
their secind annua L ' volume ft rj h is* cife 
•This satisfaction, t6 o, f is one tiat.bay fa 
shared by the gejneril public, lw it arifc 
from the larger) and better wo 1 
lishersj have/ /been iihle't-o do, 
growing familiarity with th< 
result lejng to make tlie Direo ;oilyjbettbr, 
more accurate, and more coa.plejfe t^n 
lastye^r, and there, jor^ rnore yalukblelii 



all others 



have odcssion to cjoitmi|; its paled. Th^rp 
are many improve ments in jth is yea^u 
book in tie manner of arrangini; the col- 
lated, in formation thut will tent tc s mpl&y 
ind therefore expedite|the task o : lndi| 
i nanip or qther inforltaf ti:>n.-$i 






! is, offcoutse, our pith tb adop( 

^to tim^ such jimprpvpments 

'themselvtis, to the epd that the 

City Dibictory 'shall hjjld Us j) 

front n|nk of such p4j blications 

ihe'Mtei States, il .- 1 1 " 

■L i . ■ I 

Increase of Population 

Sb much' ior tfte Direc ory 
orn the fwolj jto 1 a jont^e 
of Des ^oin^s, of whbs 



)es Moin| 
acejin tfe 



and diversined jinteresl 



, turns fr 
thefcity 
ulatioh 

tory is, as it were, a 'condensed 
, and atterr pts in a few short pa 
review of its 1 business and .pio 
such ah etabarrassm^ntof riche 
jj>f material that ^ei|j apt tolfej 
matter of choice. 
| Ope ojf . the most gratifying 
people 6f 'this city is '' 



hrolighojjii; 



I <*. 



■••<* 



'.it 



h$n op€ 

ajtion-'pf 

mi? pop: 

the jpir^fe- 

fleeti6& 

tc give a 

t here |s 

irj, i ie,w^ 
itatc in tie 

' " ' &? 

thi ngi to the 



, _ its jatfiad^ line Aealtf$r 

Rrowthin population':- - In maW{ cities, ni- 

' tably in the West, t hire havel iiisei whajt 
f^ave been denpminatied^booiQ[''lierib|s 

(Of unnafujrai and therefore u^4esihfcle a55j- 

i: !$ 

valadj 

u ling io 

BQtloift&e 

.ejprev^ 

iWlt tir 

$■ 



and therefore undi^i 
|jvity jib 1 all) brancnesl of b\$ 
" boom " tim< is and t)Wna real fe 
rise to ttoire3 which! Would be 
the thodg ltful observer were itJ 
(calamitous results tlat are sure 
.such fever ish inflatic n . \ During 
fence of the craie, osynprs of lo i 
lionaire^; business blocks are 



which there t.ro non 3 bijt prospective ten 

ants ; houses are erected for people who 

never come tp Occupy them; the " boom " 



begins, to wane, 
the real estate 
ines, and the 
Mum, like a ^djrunken 
;o find itself weaken 



the *r bobtojm drops out " of 
market; prices sag in all 
ity -wake is frpm iti? wild de- 
an from' a frenzy, 
4 enervatea", and 



ts prospects! aibd pkropferty seriously im 
>aireo;. Whe|n|n ■ M bdojp'- r onceistrikes a 
iown it al way^s k aved im fcark;, ancl it takes 
Shears to jget tack on a piilicl footing. 

Des Moines, fbrtiin ate jf » had beyer taken 
dndly toj "■t.0OT8' M or "'bpoU'j methods, 
[ts citizens ar) d ausin 3sg nen; as a class, are 
lolid, sensibe, and co afserVaiiV'e, altvays 
ooking to sb a that whatever mafe t(e ione 
n the, way .of improvement shall be of a 
Jermanent character ani thebeij possible 
;hingtobed)neattietime. :l i ■ 

The site of Des Moines was occupied on 
:&ay 9, 1843,|byj the ^nted Stites govern- 
nent as a I military post. ,yebrua^y. 8, 
856, the th^n town of I Fort !D0s Mqines 
vas incorporated as a city tinder its pres- 
; ^nt|name; arfd [the sjunje year tbd seat of 



gover 



f>tate 
:rorb 

; iroifess of 
fubstantial. 
emoval of I 
4*000; in 186 



imp 



nt w 




transferred here 

Iowa <ffit3|. FrWj^hat jaiip on the 

jthe cityj '.ha;| beermat jady ! and 

Iti popblaeonat tk)dateof 

thp State lapitall ^iis about 

), at the, braking; out of the 



([ivil war, it velu 8,695';' 
880; '22,696; in WO, 
(8,574; an increase iovfer 
while this I year, by 
to-house 1 ceism takeb i 
jhe regular canvass for 
the population of Des 
^e 75i 846, pn increase 



Bhat may wnll challenge 

fll except envi|ou8 and 

1 



ivi 
nd one well (calculated 
ith pride {.ndjsatisf act 



Location and 

n 

In the matter 



|p 187^,^,055', in 

68 406; ! n 1892, 

18iQ of 15,078; 

actual house- 

cpnneci|on with 

(ie 'City Directory, 

^oipes is| f hown to 

over last year 6f 

,272, This is a shbwjp^ of soU4jjrowth 

the adp^aUon of 

chagrinwl rivab, 

till oiir citizens 



y. 



Bourns. 



of lopatlon, Des Moines is 
peculiarly firtuln^te.. Lying ph the direct , 
line of travefl' betw|4en (Chicago anctVest- 
pm-po.inte, jvitq no othejij }irge iitie* near 



12 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



enough to overshadow it, it enjoys an ex- 
tensive trade. Its natural resources are 
such as augur well for its future and con- 
tinued prosperity. Prominent among these 
&re coal and clay. The formewjs found! in 
prodigal abundance aud many varieties, 
from the best range to the common brands. 
Good soft coal is mined within the city > 
limits and delivered to the consumer at a 
moderate price, while slack for tiring dan 
be obtained at an average price of fifty 
cents per ton. With such cheap fuel, a|nd 
the unequaled shipping facilities afforded 
by its numerous railways, it is but natural . 
that Des Moines is fast becoming a city of 
mauufacturingieuterprises. Splendid clay 
for brick making is also found in this 
vicinity, and pipe aud drain tile and! all 
sorts of pottery ware are also turned ;out 
from native clay. j 

The agricultural region surrounding ^the 
city is unsurpassed in fertility. That a 
rich farming country is essential to jthe 
solid aud cuntinued growth of a city is 
too well understood to require argunjent 
here, arid Des Moines has this prime factor 
of growth in a most marked degree. Ly- 
ing all around it are as good farms as ever 
"laid out of doors," toiadopt a Hqosier- 
ism. Bountiful crops reward the husband- 
man's toil, pouring a golden stream of 
grain into the warehouses in exchange for 
a golden stream from the banks. Great 
market gardens are also scattered around 
j the city, the rich black soil bringing forth 
^ table vegetables aud dainties iu prodigal 
profusion. 

Public Conveniences. 

Des Moines has probably the finest and 
/ best equipped street car service in the 
West. The numerous lines reach out to 
and pierce all the suburban portions of 
the city and spread a net-like web of 
tracks through the busiuess part of town. 
The numerous lines concentrate at the 
transfer station in the center of the city, 
and the transfer system is such that one 
may ride front the extreme uorth-to : south 
or east-to-wedt limits of the city for one 
fare The rolling stock on these lines is iu 
the main of sumptuous quality, and what 
. little remains of the old material with 
which the lines were run when the pres- 
ent management assumed control is fast 



being replaced by new and modern equip- 
ment. If there i i anyone to whqni the 
citizens of Des Moines owe a debt! oi grati- 
tude, it is Jefferson S.j Polk, President of 
the Des ^Moines Street Railroad Company, 
and George R. Hipped, his ablei general 
manager. ' '* 

The Des Moine* Water Works are also 
of iirst-class quality, f lrnishing an abund- 
ance of pi re, clea r water. Since the loqa : 
tioii of Valley Ju iction upon the Raccoon 
River a few miles west of Des Moines, a id 
higher up on the river from which thif 
city droAvs ifcs water j upply, a movement 
has been started to cl ange the location 'oi 
the water supy. ly, a nd build new , ancf 
larger works. The w iter supply has, how* 
ever, been satisfactory up to the present 



time, and the work 
ably with those of 



3 will compare favor- 
any other city 'of like 



size. 

■ While not strictly telonging under this 
head, we wish hure to mention this railways 
that pass through or' start fjroin Des 
Moiiies. At present these comprise about 
fifteen lines, radiating in all directions, af- 
fording the amplest shipping facilities to 
our manufacturing aid business interests, 
thej legislation of the Gonaral Assembly 
during the past few years Dn this subject 
haying tended. ;o equalize freignt charts, 
anuS prevent unjust und burdensome dis- 
criminations. With a moderate freight 
tariff our business mpn are enabled! to 
reach out into idjaceit territory, audi have 
built up ja linu whohsale trade with sur- 
rounding towrs. j 

The Des Moines Union Railway is an 
enterprise owned, by Des Moines geoale, 
and is one of tme busiest and most prof t- 
ab|e lines in the city, owning good rol iyg 
stock and a number }f miles of switclpifig 
track. 1 | ' ; 

Public hiid Pr vate Buildings 

Des Moines is graced by a large nunibfer 
of handsome and substantial buildings, 
chief among :hem, of course, being Itpe 
$3^000,000 State 1 Capitol, which stands 1 Jon 
a (iommandin * eminence on the east side 
of I the river. The bujlding is surrounded 
by extensive ground?, beautifully ^dorred 
arid handsor lely la d out, and . with its 
stately proportions, Handsome lawns, land 
sparkling fountains^ibeautiful flowers afid 



';? 



smooth Walks, 
on a summfer £v 

The/rinitjid 
at Fifth kriet 
fine building c 



t 
erected, and 
the United .'Stalt 
Bureau, abd 
ThePostoffice 
lished branch* s 



a pleasant placfl to 

. , M** . , , . . ., 

states Governirient Building 
apd Court avenue is 

white stone, sutsfi 

mtains the PQsloffi 

is CpurfcB,| Weatlioi 
event o 
Depahmeht has t i ,L 

On the East Sic e ;; 



INrEODUCTOBY. 



It the 



13 



llSghland Parl):,|desi^nat^d respfeletf 
Stations A ami JB. i I . 
The new City Hall 
Second street and Gram} avenifj, 
building of w liclv nienti^n Was: 
last year's Directory, is |,now 
*and is'occupie dj by t^ie poljce a 
partrncnt, the other! city officer^ 
the old City llall ju^t south p 
structure. T le new building is 
one, finfisheil in; tine. styl^. ' Tlie 
jpartment occipies the; north jirt of 
north half of he building; its ijfijqes, 



cpijner Of 

^f thfe 

iude jiiji 

docppletebji 

lid ire de- 



paratus and stables 
sleeping roo ris of 



second, and 



dn the first llo n\ 
the 'tirem sn 'on 



3verytMrig is ke )t 



3<|ing iu 

pe neyj/ 

an degant 

fire d^- 

the 

m 

th)} 
the 



clean, and t|ie t ren en tal^c 

iliq'w i ng visitors p? er tlie 

police departirBnt office 1 



vemenees. 
Company's 
fine of the. 
blocks, and 



t 



K is 1 of ehdurih 
Youbgerman JHoc 



s 



lously neat lard 
gi;bat pride i ir 
premises. Tie 

and court rojom are on the first ti&crof tliie' 
south half, jwith a large drill an< I WirdroBe 
room, and thocity pallor's apai tni( nts dij 
the secohjl, while <tihe' jail cells ire in thla 
. half basemen ; under! the southeast corner 
of the budding. Tie new City Mill is/a| 
good and substantial improve me it; anlll 
one that has longb^u needed, j ! f 
Among the more prominent of he pv 
vate structur ;$ isthe new Equi abl j Buil 
iog at Sixth avenue atfd Locust street, 5 
line tire-proof' building eight £ tori es high 
equipped wit al its! own electric lig it plai 
and all the| latest and naost rr odet'n coii 



um 

i 



Trus 



rilej^clwa Loan; 
Luilding on Fifth utr|et. wkj 
c arlies t of the rnc < ierli oflicJ 



ike ttyej .company 
character. 



is a . • haul: ? 



ii 



spacious eigb ti story sbrucWej 

littejl and convenient, ahfl a'vdr 

of offices. | The Cla^p Block |fy 

to olir citizjeis thai; mor^s man 

hs pame w<ire a work of siiderpgatiqii. 

The Harbaclk Building on Waldut is ^n- 



serupu 



new 
and 



ie 

Isom^L 
>lejiM 
familja 
ie)at^>n 



I - P I ! : 

[ther structure that stai^ds as a monument 

its owner, who 
bis' own stock of 



■ . ■ ,n i 

to the buaness ability of 
scupies ft entire . with 



joods. Ti*e Harris-Emery Building oni 
[eventh apd Walnut is one of those mod- 
irn department stores fejiat have; sprung 
p in the Wes,t in late years, and is a hand- 
ana pleasing ytructure six stories 

high.. Directly west, |crdss the street, 

i tands* the Masonic j T 



mple, erected 
which dat 



by 
that patriarchal or^erj Iwhich dates its 
birth back thousands ox ! years, tjlie build- 
iog being largely devo|pdi to., office pur 
poses.' ^he great 



Younker 



P' 



f r 



ir 



Bros. 'also 



h'andsome building on 



goods house of 
o>p and occupy a 
/Walnut, oetween 
venue. There is« 
ther fine business 
any further refer- 



r^et and Six 
hlso a iai[ge number i>f 
Mocks, but space forbid 
erice totnebi here, 
Des Moines hlas two 
he Grand and 

ide of the [river, Tfie Capital' City Opera 

.ouse, on the East Side, burned down 

bme time ago and haf not been rebuilt ' 



ne opera houses, 
Foster'!, both oh the west 



n the way of hitels, t 

lied, j Among them 

;he Savory, the Kirkw 

abin, the Goldston 



s city is well sup- 
ay bo mentioned 
od; the Aljorn. the 
(east side), the 



Vlprgan, and the Logun,; beside a large 
lumber of less pretentious yet comfortable 
aostelries that afford good entertainment 
it reasonable cost; Among other build- 
emi'-pu b| lie chapter Are! the Y. M. 



cgs of m _._. 

CjJ. A, in which is located the City, Library; 

he Ded Moinet Club) House, The Iliad 
ajpartnieW hou^e at 'Eighth aijd. Walnut 
streets, -and j various otl^er buildings. The 
Crake, tjanjtarium, lomted just north of 
the State Fj(ir, Grounds |n| the east portion 
o1 r the c ty, deserves spucial mention. It is 
a large brick structure^, fitted up for the 
jaccomniodationlof patients wlio cbme to be 
cured or divers ailmenji by; tlie eifficacious 
minerar water j which gustyes forth from 
the earth at this point 
superior even* to the 
swings! The 



and 



buihlin 



is' pronounced 
ce!le]brated Colfax 

r — \T'"'lf ' \ 1 tted llp in a 
most elaborate and, modern manner, and 

no better resort can be fbunc^i i the West 

tfcan th|e Drake Sanitariuin. ' 

chools, and Collegen. 



01 lurches, 



(Pomjjaratively spea| 
tjhe BrDoklyh of thb 
o!f churches.! On ev< 



est 



Dea Moinesi is 
iri the matter 



hj,nd stand 



tine 



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DES MOINES QITV DIRECTORY. 



church buildings, many of them elegant 
edifices of stone and brick, sumptuously 
furnished and elaborately decorated, with 
handsome pewi, pulpits and chancels, the 
!rich stained glass windows throwing a mel- 
low light over the interiors, lending a sub- 
$dued and softening effect. The churches 
, ate so groupeftithat the various street car 
lines run by the very doors of many of 
them, thus enabling all to attend divine 
worship with comfort and convenience. 



h 



The public sqhool system of Des Moines 
?is of the very test. The school buildings 
! are numerous and costly, supplied with all 
.needful modern apparatus, and managed 
by trained and efficient educa ors, the 
f teachers largely being ladies, as experience 
•,has demonstrated that woman is especially 
' adapted to this class of work. 

Supplementing the public school system 
are the various colleges, industrial, and 
high schools of the city, affording aipple 
facilities for the procurement- pf a com- 
f]plete and finished education. The pros- 
,'4 perity and safety of a people depend upon 
, the intelligence and enlightenment, of its 
individual members, and certainly in this 
city, with its ample facilities for obtaining 
an education, there should be no cause for 
ij illiteracy, and it, is wjth great pleasure that 
f '. we can say there; is but little of this unde- 
sirable lack within our borders. 



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Prospective Improvements. 

During the! past year many improve- 
ments have been carried to perfection, 1 but 
the present and coming year will see many 
others. Prominent among those "oq the 
card " for this' season is the repavingof the 
streets in the business portion of the city, 
something that was greatly needed. 
Larger water mains are being put dowjn in 
the streets as this year's Directory goes to 
press, and the work of paving will, unless 
prevented by unforeseen circumstances, be 
finished before cold weather sets in. 

Among the prospective improvements 
are the Street Car Depot, the new Audi- 
torium, The-Plaza Apartment House, and a 
number of other enterprises which are not, 
as yet, sufficiently advanced to admit of 
placing before the public. Numerous ex- 
tensions of thje street car lines are also un- 
der consideration, and of these it may be 
said that the public may depend upon the 



No city in the West 
tunities for tre mah 
to secure a home of h 



present management! of the conipany m 
pursue thd mc&t libeial policy consistent 
with wise and prudent business manage- 
ment. Drake Jniversity has jus; -finjsh&l 
audi occupied i, large additional building, 
and! Highland Park College has t ow neap- 
ing I completion a large four-story brick, 
structure which will be occupied by jl.e 
science and arl departments of this youig 
giantamong the educational institutions of 
the city. Taking it all in all, Des Mojnes 
has done very well it. the matter of large 
improvements during the past year, ajr.d 
fro in present indications promises durug 
the coming twelvemonth to eclipse its part 
record. 

Residence litid Investment Property. 



offers better opppr- 
of moderate me&ps 
s own than does 



Moines. Lots may b 3 procured at moc 
ate cost and or eesy torms, with residenjejes 
built thereon to suit the fancy or inchra- 
tion of the pujehasei. This is especia ly 
true in the supurban districts, and these 
lots are just as desirable, or even more !io, 
for residence purposes, as thbse neaifer 



town, as there 



purpo 
one is 



away from the no se 



and bustle of liusinesi, and they) are easlljj , 
and quickly re; iched Ly the excellent str< set I 
car service. Kingman Place, Oak, Lakej 
and Highland; Park, and others, on the | 
west side of tl>e Dck.Moines river; Capitol 
Park and the numerous plats on theoist 
side; Clifton Heights and its adjacent, ^b- 



the, south side, 



are 



urban additions, on 

growing and flourishing residence portjtjms 
of ( the city. All ihese, except Clifion 
Heights, are reached by the street ;ari| 
lines! and are buildiig up fast. There is 
every inducement fo.-the workingtaan to 
acquire a homo in tl is city, anji tpe con- 
stantly increasing population and the: re 
quent sales of proporty on the paymsnt 
system evidence the fact that laboring peo? 
pie and others of limited means are being 
attracted to D"es Miines and are availing 
themselves of the. advantageous! opportun 



ities offered them* ^p secure Ihomes; 
themselves. 

As an inve^ment 
Moines real estate is 



for speculation, ' )es 
very desirable. Pr 



erty has doubled and trebled in val|ue 



fori 



op- 

in 



the past ievi 
faith in jW 
estate eight, 



years, and those 
towE and invsst 
cdmh-« «*»»«» | en > G f twelve years 
been richljr repaid |by thi ^nc -eai 
at which the|j|were| ableto di jpose 
holdings. ! Tie falpid growth the 
making ! \yar 'ants I the belief ih&t 




contains 
Jrjiole, 



15 



prices 
)(theji 
city M 
values 



.1,. 



is safe 



will increase at least! a third wit lin the 
next five I ye irs, uiid jnves ;raeptt noi 
either for ac ;ual locjjjupancy )i' 
lative purposes, is 
and sure to be prpn ■ 

In conclujl|ng t|iis fn^rodu|c 
we, cannot 
repeating; oiii* ^ 
"in£ the 'peo 



on the 4 progress 
they have maple 



it 




a better class of citizens as a 
none mqre generousJ kindly^ lib- 
eral, or progressive. In j business they are 
ioimd, safe, conservative, yet ale^t; afad in 
their homes, whether id the familiar guest 
or th^- passing jstrangek none are more 
hospitable. Thebroac J well shaded streets 

and avenues, the pleasant homes that 
abound on every hand,! and the musical 

hum of business are | certain indications 
that the people of Dea Moines are i ober, 
industrious and home-loving, and the pub- 
lishers of this Directory congratulate them 



in wealth an 4 prosperity 
in the past, sjadj join with 



\ them in their high hojes for t^e future. 



r- 



ALTERATIONS, REMOVALS, 



Received too Late to be Classified in Regular Order. 



Agard Wm B. janitor Keeley Institute, res 

same. 
Arnold Bert, moved to Iowa City la. 
Building and Loan Assn of Dakota (The)," 

Richard T C Lord genl a£t, 200 4th. 
Bundy L M, physician Keeley Institute, 

res same. 
BURGER CHARLES G, ! Furniture and' 
.Upholstery, 817 Grand ave, from 813 

Locust. 
CAPITAL CITY C0LLLE( TION AGENCY, 

Robert H EustiSiMugr, 211 The Eguit- 

able Bldg. (Sec page 719.) 
Churchman Arthur A, res 510 10th. 
Cleary Wm (Wm Cleary Co;, res 421 e qo 

Scott. 
Cleary Wm & Co (Wm Cleary), druggists, 

421 e so Scott. 
Crocker Woods, n of Prospect Park w from 

DM river to 13th st Car Line. l 

DES MOINES CEMENT PAVING CO, F R 

Stehm Propr, 719:7th. (See front page- 

IV\ ! 

Du'rha'm Frederick A (Durham, Hopkins & 

Co), rms 508 Chestnut. 
Durham. Hopkins & Co (Frederick A l)ur-j 

ham, Edwin N Hopkins), proprs The; 

Underwriter Review Props, 012 Locust.: 
EUSTIS ROBERT II, Mngr Capital City; 
. Collection Agencv, 211 The Equitable,; 

res 01 1 7th. (s\ie'page!U).) 
Fallon Thomas \V, boilermkr, res 14311 

Walnut. | 

Feery Charles, painter and decorator, bdsi 

003 Grand ave. ' 

FISHER LEE S (Stutsman & Fisher),, res! 

323 Locust. (See page 705) . j 

FLEMING B S k $ B (Barton S & Sylvanus ; 

B), Proprs Polk County PlaniugMilli 120' 

Grand ave. (S\cpaqc79l.) 
FLEMING MRS fsANCY A, Physician, 514 

Chestnut, res same. ,, \ 

FRANCIS J & Cf) (J osejph 'Francis, Johu! 
! Loveridge), Contractors and Dealers in! 

Cut and Rough Stone,! ard cor 4th and e 

Grand ave. (See page 725.} \ 

FRANCIS JOSKltll (J Francis & Co), res 

1310 Lyon. (See page 725 .) I j 

Gallup Josephus M, atty Snow ^Jhurch Co, 

rms 21) th sw cor Cottage Grove ave. 
Giles Charles W, restaurant, 53j3 0th ave, 

res same. 



NNIE 



:tc. 



GOINGS MftS ANMJ2, Propr Windsor 
House, 1 cor Vine and 3d. (Se<j page 

Holmes Lou A, elk Beby State, tyds 510 
Chestnut. ( i 

Hoiimn O M, baker, res 1180) lltlh. 

HUNTER EDWARD 11, Vice-Preji Mar 
quardt Savings Bank, res Fran din se 
cor 8th. (See bptton\ ami top rficrginal 
lines outside back covp and pages XX11J! 
and 88.) , ' : 

Invincible Car Coupleif Co (The) W] F'Mil 
ler mngr, 10 Clapp dIk. 

Kassou John, rms 510 7th. 

Keif Herman, wks S F Stewart, tyls GOr 
Grand ave. t 



July 11, 



Kuezora F'rank, tailor, 

Kyle Willie B, wks I|i 

1340 Penna ave. 
Liebrandt Julius, salejsbian Singer Mnfg 

Co, 323 5th. _ \ 

McCarty Harry, paintfe^, bds C03 

ave | ' 

McCrpsky Mary K (wid 

sec 14 (D M). 
McKinney Wm D, died 
Means Wm, wks Jour 
I Grand ave. 
Miller Edward O, drive 



5p4 Maury. 
Printing Co, res 



Grant 
Baxter), res se -■ 



1893. 



Trostel, l)ds 003 

i 

Burnett Bros, res 



Shiokette Cigar 
Walnut, 
er G M Dihimett 



policei res 



C Woolen 
1193 13th. 
Rudolph, strippdr F W ttiunger 



insurance, 410-418 4th :: 



oth avq 
Mills 



Ol 3 pes Moines. . 
Mora'wetss Wm, propi 

Store, 233 4th, res 824 
Murpny Horatio C, tinr 
Perkins- Perry, sec Grar d Lodge of Iowa 

I OGT, 511 Mulberry 
Pickering Granville E, 

n\v cor Clinton ave 
Stillin! Henry, driver, re| 1193;13th. 
StiHiu, Mary, weaver CJ 

res 
Stitlin 

. i, bds 1193 13th 

West |Lydia H (wid F 

Nourse farm. 
Wildek* Harriet M (wid 

nw i sec 29. 
Willisi Harvey D, restaufant, 210 

from 312 5th. 
Witmer&W r itmer(CErd 



A), res '2( th{ on 



>hamberlai 



n); res 
h ave, 



estandPKrauth), 
rom 000. Lccust. 




ulaiTingin^lt e; '>' Guide t 



following planijji 
thewest fide of 



the Des Moines rive; vl av6 bc^n-desigiated by 



ai3 been adbpteo- (at d 



use .(, A*ej for avene,; il for^ let bet fof between, n for north, sj) for 
wesfj, e,for ea$, hw for^orthwest, ^ f^r southwest, junc! for junction; opp 



sectin^ istreets, in the order of their 
TKej streets a s ibcated.j follow i 1 

1 '' ; i ' v ' 

I. ' k ,.„!■. . 

to 



A'fftii^ievjjj-EaV from Ashforll 
ave, second i lorth jof ej North 

A-Norith from C rocker to! ScHoc 1, 

4th. ^1 ^' 

A^Nortjh kid touth 
west of e 9th 



1 
from Fnimort, 



s 



Mams (South Park)HSouth fro 11 
dian^ola' ave, sixth southeast 
sti J e6t bridge 

Mien—East from] Des Mpin 1 es. rhierj ib 
'.. Hth. fourth t outh of Vine.' ' 



tejets I aud 



i 1 the jQ^lser of n 



Locu^fi 



Avenues" for the Ci 



afipr&yed bjy the ,City 



ambered streets sc 



ens; of 



Engi 



aeerj 
the name 



In thp case o( the .huiiibered s 
ia " 



>d, Sd^&th, etc. and south o| Virile, wsojlsj;Jw so 

i>es $fcj>ines, river whieji run through tq the west 

gpatedj^ % Vine..e Court ave, e Walnut, e Lpcust-, 

c, and south oi 



Des Moines the 

1 

All streets on 

or num jer alone, 

i)th of Vjn<|; for 

re(*ts, all 



abolishing the prefix bfrA\^st, exptp, _ 
example:' Wall ut, Vine, jjrancJavjL 
north of .Vine in re 1 design ited a| : st 
.jiil, w so 3d, etc. Streets east E • ths 
side of and beyond thje river are d ;s 

to.; ttye, uumbdrdd stWts north (if Viine^ak e 1st, b 2d, e 8(l, e4th,e 
Viuea^e.po lstj, 6 so 2d, je so 3d, etj. Strait 3 on either sid<3 of the ..iljes Moines jrivei 
which do not mi through [from w?s ;,to Easfcj 00s Mo|nes;ar^ designateli by their darner 
without aijy prefix; for exampct JMaple, feuehanan, Schoo , Uriveriity ave, etc. II 
loeatejf[south|oi the^Coon'kiver, tile name,' of the street is folhjwedj by (South! Des 
Moinesj; ifnorti of the Des Mc ices river^s (Highland Pare). The following abbre 
yiulions are l ' ' " ■.-■.■■. t . . 

south, 4' for 

for opposite 

ijoljowing thje description of eajelj dtreetttr avenue, will be foun,d the| names of|i|nter 

xersectiion. 
lphabeti} 3al order with tjie streets that intersebt: 



'■ 



ast 



2d 

In- 

7fh 

eso 



M 



E so Second. 
ThirdU 
Fourtn. 
Fifth. 
'"Sixth.! 
Seventh 
Eighth. 
Ninth. 
Tenth! 
Eleventh. 
Twelfth. 
Thirteenth 
Fourteenth. 



<n 



> t» 



a 



u< 



11 



18 



VEO 



MOINpJs CITY DIRECTORY. 



i i 



Anderson Avenue— East from Eshbaughjbe- 
yond e so 01st, second soutl^of Maiiry 
(mi opened between e so 28th and 30th.) 

i : 

Ankcny (York's Choice)— South from e 
North to Dean uve. second east of 
Brandt. j 

Arlington Avenue— North from Orchard to 
Des Moines river, third east of (5th uve. 

(ioode. 

Clark. 

Col Lege uve. 
• Franklin. 

Sixth ave. 

Des Moines river. 

Arlington Avenue E— East from Saylorville 
. road, to and beyond city limits, fourth 
north of Washington' ave. 
Arthur (Elm)— 

Aseension— East from 1th to 1st, fourth 
north of School. 

Ashford(Fairview)— North frome u Fourth 
west of e 31st. ; 

i Ashland— South from c Court ave to Mar- 
ket between e 20th and 27th, tifthjeast 
of Deau's lake. . 

Atkins— West from 24th to 25th, first south 
of North. ! | 

Austin (Manufacturers 1 Addition)— $brth 
and south. ' ! 

B— North from School to Ridge, sixth west 
of Des Moines river. . \ 

B (Fairview)— East from Ashford to East 
ave, tirst north of e North. j 

B (E. Center)— North and south ffoni Fre- 
mont ave, tirst west of e 9th. 

Baltimore (Highland Park)— East from *>tj» 
ave to Yale, secoud north of Corning 
ave. 

Bancroft Avenue (South Park)— East from 
Clifton ave to Prescott drivp, fourth 
southeast of ludianola ave. '. j 

Barlow Avenue (Cunningham Addition)— 
North and south. ' 

Beckwith Avenue (Highland Park)— West 
from tfth ave to bth, second north of 
Corning. 

Belmont (Morris' Addition)— South from e 
Court ave. 

Bloomtleld Avenue (Clifton Heights)— South 
from ludianola ave to Courtland ave, 
. tirst southeast of Hawthorne. 

Bluff— North from North to Franklin ave, ; 
fourth cast of Cth ave. t j 

Creighton ave. 
Indiana ave. 
Forest ave. 
Clark. 

College ave. 
; Jefferson ave. 
I Franklin ave. j 

!' Boston Avenue (Highland Park) — EJist 
j from (>th ave to Harvard and beyond, 
tirst uorth of Corning ave. 



Boulevard (South \H\vi 
east from j'e so 
second north of 

Bowman (Highlan 
Ovid ave' to Eu 
Des Moines riv 

Bovd -(GrandviewJ-r-. 
* 14th, twelfth' n\) 
E Ninth. 
"Twelfth. 
" Fourteenth. 



rside Park)— South 
h to Franklin av 



Mitchell aye. 



e, 



Brandt (York's 



?ark)— North from 
ave, twelfth east of 



id 



Best from 



•tip 



of North 



Choiue)— Sou 



North to Dean ave, fifth east of C 
Wily. .. ■ : ]■ 

Brandt's Park -South end 9th street'' 

bridge.- [ 

Brattleboro Avenue;— West from ( 28th (or 
Western ave) tp ]purnhanjt| ave, tiifst 
south of Nqrth 

Briggsj(Clifton Height;*)— Wes : from C if- , 
; ton ave, eleventh southwest of Indjar ! 
nola ave 

Fifteenth to C G |\V -f 
h cf Vine 



e 8th to 



th 



from 



M 



e 
G 



Brooks— East from 
Ry, -second nor 

Brown Avenue— NoHh 
to Railroad. thi|rd 
river. 
South. 
Fort Dodge. 
Rock Island. 
Short. ,, 
Wabash. 

Buchanan— East fr<j>m 
e 17th, tenth ncfrth 
B. : 
E Ninth. 



from R; ccoon river ' 
:*ast of Des Mokes 4 



o 



euusyliVauiajave 
of e Vine. 



to»: 



thirtieth west of 6es 



Buvier— North frcm Miple to Kort|i, first- 
east of e 23rd ' i ; 

C— North from e Vine, second east li*] 
12th, to e Court ave, unopened to; 
Maple, thence north to Wklkejr, unv 
opened to Fremott, thence! north to 



" Eleventh. 
" twelfth. • 
" thirteenth. 
" Fourteenth. 
"■ Fifteenth. 
" Sixteenth: 
" Seventeenth. 

Burn ham Avenue— No Ah from Clifton jive 
to College ave) AfLi! -^ L — *- ~ £ *- 
Moines river 

Kingman. 

gjitland ave. 

Wopd ave. 

North. 

Forest ave. 

Clark ave. 

JBurson Avenue— Smifehoasfc fr|om opposite 
I Maple to Lyor ., thnd north oij Cap tol 

ave. i 

{Buspard Road (r|ighlaml Park)-West fiionT 

Say lorvijle roid to Huntington, sevepthi 

north of Rive rside avo 






DES 



.^OOfES City DIREOTpRT. 






Filmcte, unopened to JliibjeUj Polk 



and/Washington avei 

C— kouth from ijort'h, ^levie 
, 'Destines river. 



CV B & (J-JEast fijom e 2^th 

i" south -if' Vine. <!•' 

C, B&ORy. !i 

Eshhaugh. ' 

>Vabash 
, twenty- aeventh. 
I Hoxie. ' ■ .'»i' '-, 

Twenty- iisrhth. 

Cambridge 



tS 



til westj o 
8|0th;%ntb 






Ovid tfj Gree|ey, 
ington 






eist 



of Hunt 



from! e! lOtlk, firs 



. Euclid afe 
Oouglaa 

Lincoln i 

Madison. 

Garuild 

Grant 

Greeley. 

Capitalj-Eiilk 
i Market 

Caijitpl^Eltifrp^dllltlfto 
north oi el Vme p .> 

Capitol Building. 

E Twelfth |. 1 1 
i ''jThirteerith. | I 

''¥ourteeht|i.. I , I 

Franklin $ 

1)1 \ ' j 

K Fifteenth 

" Sixteenth: •, i 

" Seventeenth: 

" Eighteenth'. 

cg wm H . 

Unopened to! 
K Twehtyihird. 
u Twenty-foiirth. 
" Twenty-jifth. 
** Tsvehty-Mth'. ) 
" Twen'ty4ejrenth 
''Twenty4i£hth. 
" Twehty-hinth. 
*; Thirtlietl}. : i -. 
•State Fair Grounds 

Capitol Avenue l(see Capitol streje 

Carroll (Tor J ; Choice) r- Soiith 
North, fiistU of Brandt. 

if J ill ^ ' r ' 

Center— West i from I pes' \ Moines 
* 31st,| second north of'Grantt ai 

'Second.! 
Third. 
Fourth. 1 
Fifth., ; 
Sixth, j 

Seventh. 
'Eighth. !■ 

Ninth. 
.-.Tenth. \ 

Eleventh. 

Twelfth. 

'rh|rteen|th. 



(Pighland Pafo-Uaerth |ro4 j | 38th tol Boulevard P^rk. 



'01 



r.V 



7! 



E 

Fifteenth. 
Sixteenth 
Seventeenth 
. Eighteenth. 
Nineteenth 
Twentieth. 
Twenty-Jfirst 

Center (City Place) 



19 



Center E (dfee ^ E) 

Center Imve(prownJj Woods) 1 —. 



Sckith from I railroad 



to Ft. podge, secona.west ofta so 12,th. 



Charles— West from pthto l()t 
! north if School 



ilast from 
second 



I 



dliarles (EngleWood)i|-Nort|i frpfl; pussard 
road to and beyood Corning sve, sixth 

ravel : . 



east of 3th r 

Cherry— Wpst fro 
! of VhuJ," 
j Sixthj av« 
! Seventh. 
| Eighth. 
(Ninth. . • 
'Tenth. 
■Eleventh 
1 Twelfth. 
' Thirteent 
'Fourteenth. 

Chester (Clitton 
i of Catholic 
1 south of Co 

Chestmit-j- J vy est 

j 8th, first npi: 

Second; 
Third; ; 
jFourthvl . 

ifth. {J. 

>ixth aye. 
Beventh'. 
Eighth.! 

Cincinnati Aven 
■-De la war 



5th to 



l^th, fit 



st north 



ave)— W est from west side 
ceme&ry to 26th;, | third 
tag& Grove ave.! | 

11 X -' i ' 

from Des ^oines Hver to 
th of Grand] ave. I 



ime— East from e lSt^i to 
.vje, sticoqd north of North. 

Des 



ie, secoc 



Hark ( Clarkson ave )4p\Vest from 
iMoines river to Beaver rd, third north 
i of North; ' ' ' I ' I 
^larkson Avenue (Norwpod Park)— West 
froiri.lGth to and beyond 18th (exten- 
sion of Clark 1 ). - if 

IClarkson Drive- {Clifton] Heights-South- 
west from 0, St P $ K C Ry and 9th 
street j bridge. ' " 

{Hay (jSoutjh lies Moines i 
1 ; , to Curve, third ^outl 

ffirst. 1 

second. 1 

Third. 

Fourth, 

Fifth. 

Sixth*. 

Seventh. 

Curve. : 

lEighth. 



-South from 1st 
west of Jefferson. 



2Q 



DES, MOINES! CITY DIRECTORY. 



Olaypoole ATemie— East from e 20th to El- 
" fiott, first south of North. j 

Clifford— South from Brooks aye to C, B [ 
& P Ry, first east of e 29th. , j 

Clifton Ayenue (Clifton Heights)— South- 
west irom Indianola ave to Courtland 
Boulevard, first south of Raccoon river. 

Prescott Drive. 

Cooper. 

Terrace. 

Coal Road. 

Edisou ave. j 

Morse " ' 

Grimes " 

Howe " ■ ! 

Gray - " *• J 

Bancroft" ! 

Logan " • i 

Fulton " ! 

Lucas. I 

Kirk wood. * 

Courtland Boulevard. 

Clifton "Heights-South end of 7th and 0th 
st bridge. 

'' Clinton 1 Avenue— East from e 29th to and 
beyond 81st. second north of North. 

' Clinton Avenue ( Highland Park )— west 
« from 6th ave to 13th, first north of 
Euclid ave. 
Eighth. 
Ninth. 

Tenth. I 

Eleventh. 
Twelfth. 
Thirteenth. „ 

Clover Lane— North from Grand ave to 
Clifton ave, first west of 39th. 
Ingersoll ave. 
Woodland ave. 
Pleasant. 

College Avenue (State)— West from Des 
Moines river to 17th, fourth north of 
Jvforth. * ; 

River ave. j 

Michigau. -i 

Vermont ave. 

.Illinois " 
. Ohio 

Maine " 

Bluff. 

Second. , 

■ Arlington ave. 

Fourth. 

Fifth. 

Sixth. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 

Ninth. 

'Tenth. 

Eleventh. 
1 Twelfth. ! 

Thirteenth. 

Fourteenth. j 

Fifteenth. I 

Seventeenth, j 

Eighteenth. j 



Nineteenth. 

Twentieth. 
Twenty-first. 
Twenty-second. . 
Twenty- third., 
Twenty-fourth. 
Twenty-fifth. > 

Twenty-sixth. 
Twenty-seventh 1 
we'nty-eighth (or tVcsteijn ave). 



Co 



'hirty-first. 

Beaver road. 

1| orty-second. 



Co 



Co 



i 



nmbia— West fron) e Gt 
Walnut 

nmercial— West frlom Dels Moines river, 
first north of Chestnu^. 

Cooper (South Park)— South east from Clif 
ton ave to Holmes, second south (vest 
of Indianola ave. 

>e Drive— South from K 



ninth north of 



ngman ave to 
of 28th. 



Clifton ave, west 

Cornell 1 (Highland Park)— Nloyth from Ovid 
ave to city limits, fourth- east of Ham- 
ilton. 
Euclid ave.! 
Douglas aVe. 
Lincoln *' 
! Madison "■ 
' Garfield " 
fjirant 

Corning Avenue (Hjighlan 



cl Park)-East 



J to Harvard land be- 
orth of Des Moines 



to 13th, third 



from Lake ave. 
|' yohd, seventh i 
(i riv'er. i 

Cottage— West irom|i 12th* 
j north of School. 

Cottage Grove Avei^iie— N|orthwest from 

j l«.)th to 28th. 

F. 

$•• • 
Twenty-first. . 

Twenty-second. 

Twenty-third. 

twenty-fourth. 

Twenty-fifth. 

Twenty-sixth. 

Twenty-seventh. 

Court Avenue E— East from Des Moine? 
river to and beyond " ;fTT Un%Sta iiM 
north of Vine. 
ji'E First. 
J kl Second. 
" Third. 



'" Fourth. 
," Fifth. 



" Seventh. 
" Eighth. 
" Ninth. 
" Tenth. 
" Eleventh. 
Twelft 



Jill 1JKS lUinuc: 

city linrits, first 



t« ' 



Thirteenth. 



l. 



i. 



:bi!8 



' I r ' \[ ' . l 
" Fourteenth. 

.•""Fifteenth.' 

■ " f , Sixteenth. 

r |SeTente'enth, 
; » ,f iEight oenth. , 
,i-"Ninet3eirth. 
1 V Twentieth. 
. <b,R;I&|PRy. 
E soJTwenty-sixth. 
" ,Twjmty-seventh 
" Twenty-eig'ith 
Pros iectl ave. 
E so Thirtieth. 
C, KI&PRv. 
|E thirty-third.. 
.Harrison. ( - 

Court Avenue W4West 
' river t6 court hou^ie, 

fit. ■' ' '1 

■ |. |Vine. I 
1 'First:! .' !' 

Second. ! 
,Thir(l, . 
Fourth'. 
Fifth.; 

; Courtland Alyenne 



ITT DIRECTOR^ 



T< 



21 



yi 



■ ■;)' 

ij. 



es Monies 
north' of 



i < 



.*/> ! 



s; -Soittk- 



nort 



i offtorthj.i 



Fulton avq. 
Edjsoi 
'Morsel' j'*^v 
Howe .*' 
Gray. 1 ) 
Kirk wood. 

jCreightoh AveniueriiWpst 



gt from Des Moiiief river -ijto 
first nbrth of Center. 



Crocker^-We 1 

■ l»th f 

First. 

Second 

Third. 

Fourth 

Fifth. I 

Sixth aW 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 

Ninth. 

Tenth. 

Eleven tin. 

Twelfth, 

Thirteenth. 

'Fourteenth 

Fifteenth. |j 

Sixteen ;h. j 

Seventeshtljl 
1 Eighteenth. |» 
j Nineteenth.!' 

Junotioiji of pottage 

CrowaitDriv^East: 



i west fijom jopposite Hiltsinci avoito 
junetioi| of Bloomtield av6, first spurn 

of Indiainpla aye, | / 

Courtlaqd Boulevard (C !lif .ton 
Continuation |ftf dour* 1 - 
Blodm field ave 



from ill 



ightsi-t- 

hVQ |j tP 

ii: 



(•, 



; v '<* 



'A 



Giove av 



incl north from Nev? 



Driver- East 
wmb ave j;o Kin^niaii ave. 

ie (Slouth PcsMoinesJ-SoutUiiist froiii 
Jefferiou to. C, R I & P Ry, lip north 
°» Indianola ave. 



'j'v 



D— North 
first east 

D— South 

D E— North 



from Woodland ave tp Pleasant, 
of 15th. I 

from Nortlii first west of n 

. _ _ from 1 Railroad ave to e Court 
ave, unopened to [Raccoon, thence to e 
Courfc ave. ' ' 



loth- 



Maury. 

E Market. 

EVine. I t, 

Unopened tp 

h v ine. | ] | 

E tlourt ave. ! 

Bay— West frpm-lOtli 
of School.) i 



I 



Dean Avenue 
Brooks) 



(Grant 

ilast j fro 



to 13th, first north 

Park, extension of 
Brandt to Fair 



aVe, first dorth.of ffc, R I &P Ry 



Dean— East! from Des ^JMoines, riveif to 2d, 
fourth south of Vi'Ae. ? 

Delaware Avenue— North from Easton 
BoOlevardlto and -|heyoqd city limits, 
second 6astCG W| Lty. ' . 

Dennison (pfork's Ct oice)—North and 
'. ..south, j ' i ( j i 

(Higjilau i\ Park)— East from 
Yale, tliird north of Corn- 



Denver Avenue 

to 



6th ave! 
ing ave. 

Depot-r-Wesi from 3d to 1 4th, first south of 
I Court ave. j • , 

Descart— Nortlj frtani Maple to North, first 
east of e 24.thl 

fromi Des Moines river 



Des Moines-j-Eaat 



toe '20th fifth dortt 
E First. r " ' -* 
" Second. 
V Third' 
" Fourth: 
" Fifth. 
"Sixth/. 
" Seventh. 
44 Eighth. 
" Ninth. 
" Tenti|. 
" Eleventh 
"Twlslfch. 
'■' Thiriienth. 
" Fourteenth. 
11 Fifteenth 
"Sixteenth. 
v Sevenlteenth 
I 

E Eighti)enih. 
C, ,St P & Kj C Ry. 



of e Vine 



r 



ET 



E Tweniy-sucbnd. 
" Twem4y-third. 
*' Twent&-fc»ur;h. 
" Twen$-fi::th, 
"Twenty-silxth. 

/Ilexter 



(Fair Grounds) 



pijlorth and south. 



Division— East frbm 4t i to 1st, fifth north 
of School].' * !"T. 



1 ■ 



|t 



DKS MOINES CITV DIRECTORY. 



Douglas Avenue (Highland Park)— East 
. * "from 13th to Cornell, second north of 
Euclid ave. 

Twelfth. 

Eleventh. 

Tenth. 

Ninth. I 

Eighth. 

Seventh. 

Sixth ave. 

Yale. 

VVassar. 

Harvard. < 

Hamilton. 

Bowman. 

Oxford. 

Cambridge. 

Cornell. 

Douglas(Merrit & Fisher's addition)— North 
j from Forest, second west of 30th. 

* Dubuque Avenue (Hyde Park)— East from e 
2Uth to and beyond 31st, fourth north 
ofe North. ( 

Duck Avenue— West "from Dean's Lakej 
first south of Sims ave. 

E E — Fourth from Buchanan to old corpor- 
ation line, lirst east of 15th. 

E E^North from Maury to Raccoon, un- 
? • opened to Market, tiience to Vine,(irst 

/ east ot 15th. 

Shaw. 



Market. 

East- Avenue (Fairview)— North and South. 

Eastjbn Boulevard— Northeast from 18th to 
i?ity limits, lirst north of North. - 

Nineteenth. 

Foundry. 
' Delaware ave. 

Twenty-tirst. 

TvVeuty -second. ) 

, Edisim Avenue (Clifton Heights)— East from 
fJliftou ave, seventh southwest of 
lu^lhinola ave. 

EdniWd (William) (Highland Park)— North 
*rom Riverside ave to Bussard rd, lirst 
west of Saylorvilie.| 

Eighteenth E— North from eVine^ North, 
eighteenth east of Dvs Moines river. 

E Court ave. 

Brook's ave. 

Hewitt, 
. E Walnut. 

Capitol. } 

E Grand ave. 

Des Moines. 

Lyon, 

Maple. 

Walker. 

North. 

Eighteenth -^N or th from Woodland ave to 
North (unopened to University ave) 
- , thence to Clark (unopened to'JjVankliu 
ave), thence to Arlington ave, eigh- 
teenth west of Des Moines river. j 
• Pleasant. 



Cm 
Cro 



,er. 
:ker 



School. 

North. 

Uorjened to ' 

University ave. 

Forest ave. 

Clark. , 

Uu opened to Frajnklin,. 

Arlington ave. 

Eighteenth E So-{South frjmi e i^ine to 
Maury, ! eighteenth eflfst ojf jDes Moines 

river. 
CGWRy. i 
C, R I & i> Ry 
W,;StL&PRR 
E Market. 
Cotirtland. 
Scott. 

CB&'QRy 
Maury. 

Eighteenth, (Foundry addition) 4- North 
from Easton Boulevard to Washington . 



i-L: 



aye, third west' of Delaware ave. 

rside Park')+-North 
to | Riverside ave, 



Eighteenth (South Rive 

from; Franklin ave 

niinth east of e m iltli. j i 

Eighteenth W So— South from Railroad to 

Raccoon* river. 
Eighth— North from Vibe to Pleasant (mi 



:), jthence tp lfrds- 
" of Des 



opened to Cne^tnu.,,, r 

p'ect 'Boulevard, eijjhtjh north 
Moines rivei 

Cherry. 

Mulberry. 

Walnut. 

Locust. 

Grand ave. 

High. 

Pleasant. 

Unopened to ■ 

Chestnut. ».. 

Park. ; 

Center. 

Crocker. 

School. 

Laurel. ! 

Nojrth. 

Indiana ave. 

Forest ave. 

Clark. ! 

atiite. 

Washington. 

Jetl'ersoni. ' 

Franklin J 

Prpspect Boulevard. 

Eighth W So-South Worn Vine 
^ighth west of (Des 
Market. 
Elm. 



Eighth (Grand View)- 
Hull ave, third we 



[oines river. 



to Elm, 



Eighth (Highland Park)) 
jive to and beyond ' 
west of Gth ave.i 
Oak Park ave. 



lorth from, 
of e 14th 



Elm 



NorthfrdujiLake 
Lrartield ave, kecorid 



. . \ - 



DES MOltfE§ 



Jefferson . 

Madison. 

Monroei 

Clay. 

Harrison. 

Gartield, 






Ovid. 

Euclid ave: 
Douglass ave. 
Lincoln ave. 
Madison ave. 
Garfield av'e.. , 

Eighth Q Scj Jth bef.-Aidihes) 

fro pi Raccoon river to Vin, eigtyth 
south of Ws Moines river. ! •' 

Washington. 



->^jputhe^!3t 



OlTr DIRECTORY. 



At 



•> I 



oj LocuM 



t 



nut, first east of q 30th, 



Eleventh— North fro rn| Vine 
(unopened to~ Park), jthen 
opened to North}, thence So 



Eighth E-pNorth from eVine 
eighth east ofj Des Moines rtlve^ 

Eighth E So-South | from e Viae ,to D&: 

,.; Moines river, eighth east of |)e| Moines 

I 'river. 

E Market. 

EElm.) 
'ERaecooni. 

Allem 
. Sqott. 

Shaw. 

Mauryl. 
■'Vale..!, •'•' ! 

Railroad ave. 

pes Moines river. , 

Elbert— North from Brooks 



% 






av<! to 



'••■'I 

• # 

eWift« 

[ i I,'. 



to Gnnd avi 
ce tb I'ay (uri* 



1 Creek Drive, 1 el<Jv$nth'| wejst 
Moines river 

Cherrj. V 
•^Mulberry. \ 

[Walnut. ! 

Locust; . ' 

Grand ave. 
. Park. V 

(Center. ! 

Crocked.- 

School! i v 

Day. 
1 Unopened to 

North. 

University ave. 

Forest ave. * 

Clark. ' 

'State. ' 

'Washington. . 

Jeffersoti. j 

Franklin. 

Spring Creek Drive, 

Eleventh (Highland t»ark) 4Nofe 
i Ovid ave to Madison ave;' four 
■of 0th ave. 
Pak Park ave\ 
Puclidave. ' 
Pimtonave. 
pouglasave. 



bpnngr 
of Des 



'•?'■ 



from- 
i west; J 






Eleventh E— North; from e Vine to Bu- 
chanan,, eleventh qast of Des Moines 
river. 

E Court ave. 
j " Walnut: . 

Capitol. 

E Grand ave. 

Des Moines. 

Lyon. 

Maple, j" 

Walker. 

Buchanan. 

? Eleventh E So— South frqm e Vine to Rail- 
road ave, eleventh cast of Dos Moines 
river. j 

E Market. 
"Elm. | 

"Raccoon, j 
Allen. 

Scott. 1 

Shaw. 
Maury. 
Vale. 
Railroad ave. 

Eleventh W So— ISoutfi fjjom Vine 'to Mar 
ket, Eleventh west of Des Moines river. 

filllott (Tork's Cjhoic^)- South from Nbrth 
to e Court aye, sixth east of Brandt. 

fllm-West frbn] ~ '" 
12th, second 



Des Mcjines river to e so 
south ofi Vine. 



First. 

Seqond; 

Third. 

Fourth. 

Fifth. 

Sixth. | 

Seventh. 

Elm E— East from D^s Moines river to e so 



l|!th, second south of 
E First! ■-.."' \t 



! 



" Sefcond. 
" Third. 
; 4 Fobrth. 
I' Fifth. ■ 

iith. 
seventh. 

ighth. 

inth. 

en tit 



Say! 
North. 



Eipgli h Avenue— feast fro 

h eso 31st, .f.rat north 

opened bet Wabash ankl e 



English! Avenue 



e Vine. 



" Eleventh. 
" ITvyelfth. 

Elm (AJrthur,) (irandl View)— JEast from 

Saylorville to e 14th, eighth' north of 



Etnis (Arlingtph 
south. 

Eli os— West f rolm 
j of ^orth. 



XI 



( Ashb roc k Placej—North 



from Norti to WasMngto*, : nYst ea*t 
of e T 14th. ' ' " r 



He 

10th 



to 



m Town, beyond 
of Maury (un- 
so 30th). 



ights)— north and 



11th, first south 



24 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



i 



Esbbaugb— South from Court ave to W, 
: St L & P R R, .first east of Iowa' aye. 
Market. 
GouW. 
Meek. 
Scott. . * 

Euclid Avenue (Washington- Heights)— Eas 
from Saylorville to Madison ave, lirsj; 
noith of Washington ave. 

Euclid Avenue (Highland Park)— East fronji 
18th to Cornell, fifth north of Coming 
k ave. 
I; Thirteenth. 
; Twelfth. 
1 Eleventh. 

Tenth. 
i ^inth. 

^Eighth. 

Sixth ave. 
'■SYale. 

Vassar. 

; fiarvard. 

Hamilton. 
[Bowman. 
*} Oxford. 
jj Cambridge. 
£ Cornell. 
tt_ -North from Center beyond 'Mill,' first 



a 






west of n 10th. 
(South 'Riverside 



Park)— North from 



i Mitchell ave to Riverside ave. fourth 
l! east of e so 9th. 



■A 



air Avenue— 'See e 31st). 

Ifteentti — North from Vine to and beyond 
School, fourteenth west of Des Moines 
i river. I 

•^Fifteenth E— North from e Vine to Wasih- 
; ingtou ave, fifteenth east of Des Moinjes 
i river. 
; East Court ave, 
^ Brooks ave. 

East Walnut. 

Capitpl. 

Grand ave. • 

Des Moines. 

Lyon; 

Maple. , 

Walker. ) 

Buoojinan. 

Fremont. 

Kansas City ave. 

Hubtyell. i 

Polk. 
. Washington ave. | 

Fifteenth E So-South from e Vine) to 
Mitchell ave, fifteenth east of Pes 
Moines river. j 

Market. 

CG'WRv. 

C, RI&PRy. 

W.-StL&PRR. 

Raccoon. ' " 

C.B'&QRR. 
i Scott. 

Shaw. I 

Maury. 



from railroad to 



Howard. 

C^arver; 

Railroad ave. 

Harriett. 

Des [Moines river. 

Riverside ave. 

Boulevard. 

Franklin ave. 

Simbntbn ave. . 

Mitchell ave. 

Fifteenth W So-Sou'th 
Raccoon river. 

Fifth—North from Vine to Grand ave 
(unopened to Chestnut), thence 1 to Col- 
lege ave, fifth we£t qi Des Moines river. 

Cherry. 

Court ave. 

Mulberry. 

Walnut. 

Locust. 

Grand ave. 

Uuppened to 

Chestnut. 

Paifk. ' 

Center. 

Crocker. 

School. 

Ascension. 

Unopened to 

NoLth, , 

Indiana ave. 

Forest ave. 

Orchard. 
ICldrk. 
! College ave. 
! (Yile ) 

Fifth (Highland Flark; 



North from Ne^ 



York ave. to fcrapd av^, first e of 
,, (jth ave. | 
i Corning avel 
I Boston ave. 

Baltimore. 
I Denver. | 
| (Wid. 

Euclid «jve. 

Douglas ave. 

Lincoln ave. 
j Mkdison ave. 

Garfield ave. 

Grant ave. 

Fifth (South Des 



Mpicfes)— SputhCast ff 
beyond Vs 



Raccoon rivitir jtcjvnd 

'tilth south ojj Des iMoiuek river 

Washington. 

Jefferson. 

Madison, f. 

Mxmroe. 

Clayi 

Harrison. 

Garfield. 



PirthjE-'North 

[fifth east of 
1<^ Court ave. 
'fWaluut. 
"1 Locust. 
"I E Grand avje. 



from 
Des Moiues il'iver. 



e Vice tolGarfnild 



DES 



T* t 



east of sftbie 



DepMoines:. 

Lyon. 

Maple, 

Linn. .' | 

Hays. ,| 

Garfield. 

tifth 1 E So-South Ifj-om e Vjiqlje 
Moineq nyer, fi^tji 
E Market. 
" Elm. ! 

Raccoon; 
Allen, j , ,. 
Scott. x J 

Shaw. ! 'i . / 

Maury., j ■■"- 
Des Moines river. 

from fVin^ 
fifth wes 



\ 



Fifth W So:- South 

I beyond, Ra"ecoori, 
i Moines' river. 

Filmpre-rEast from' Dfes Moines[ ] 

eleventlf iJorth m e Vine. 
"E Sixth. 

Fenna ave\ 



M< 



:NE& : 'jO] 



tjo pe|; 



rive 



C. 



Twelfth. 

Thirteenth. 

i ' ' i- 

i 



./ ; 



First— North from Vine ltd- & 
west of Pes Moines river. 

Court ave. ' l 1 

Walnut. 

Locust j 
, Grand avfe. 

Chestnut. 

Center. 

Crocker. 

School. 

Short. 

Willow. 

Rijige. - 

Ascension 

Division, i 

North. ' 



;l 

o 



I ». 
.4.'; 

,» 

;iV 
1:'* 



DIRECTORY. 



1 



'■fi 

'I 



nd^ 
es 



river. 

i 



>rd Avenue (') 
from S^iylcrli 
river, third 



U5 



^ 



rst W So— SduUl frj)m yine to and be 
yond Elm, ^"^ '•*"" U * J ~* 1v — ^** -•■--■ 



first weslj ! of Des ^loineis 
d 



•to C, 



!■•• 






7 



•I-, 



rth, first'; 



i > 



First (South 
Raccoon 
river. 

Washington, 
'efferson. 
fadisbn. 
lonroe. 
^lay. . 

FirsVE-North from e 
east of Des Moihia 
E Court ave. 
"Walnut.! 
j' Locust. 

K Grand »ve. 
" Pes Moines. 
" Maple'.'! 

First E So-Lsouth fr 
Moines river, first \ikt of 
'Market. ' |L].| ] 

Elm.. ■■'[■■ i." 
Pes, Moines'river. 



!/ < 



from!J 



Des Mpinos)— SouthMt , 

river, first south of D 2sS[oines|, 



ine to jl| 



Vi 
Jsa'nte 



!■> 



./V-P 



Orchard Beach)~\Vest 
le roaid to Des Moinei 
ojrth of Riyprsidejare. ] 
4t»rest t Aveiiue-HWest f:^0m I Pes [Moines 
river to[an4 be yoi|d<jity limits, second 
- north of Norj;h[, 
River ave 
Michiga 
Vermon 
Illinois aye. 
Ohio ave . t 
Maine ave 
Bluff. 
[Second. 
iThird. ' 
Fourth. 
Fifth. 
Siicth ave. 
Seventh. 
[Eighth. 
Ninth. . j 
Tenth. 
Eleventh. 

(Twelfth. 
Thirteenth. 

Fourteenth 

Fiitfenthtj 

Sixteenth.' 

Seventeenth 

Eighteenth] 

Nineteenth! 

jTwentiethj 

Twenty-firk 

Tweniiy-second 

Tweritjy-ihira. 

TWentyifourth. 

Twenty- fifth. 

Twenty; sikth. 

Twenty jseve nth. 

Twenty eighth 



i i> 



llH 



_ , „ jBlf, _ 

Twenty nint l. 
Thir^-fW. 



Beaver road. 
Forty-second. 



\ i 



nil 



Firest E Avenue-rWefitif ronl Pennsylvania 
ave to > C & jq \y" R $, second norlth of. e 
North. t * 



e first', 

w if 

■ 'I 

■ »ji 



Forest Drive— fcoiifchwjes 
I toSgth. 

Fort Dodge— W est If rojn 



)' 



south of V 



i ■ ■ ' { 

(to Des! 






; ji 



4 



Washington 
Fountain Aven 
Fkrleetaili-N 



[or VresWti ave). 



i 



ave 



friom Grind ave 
^th tp river, third 



>•*,'. soutn oi V ne. | 

Fanndry— North ^r cm, Eiston B6ule|vaid to 



Vine to 



rllijfrom 
yond Scliojol,) | fourteenth West 
/doiqe^ rivjjr.] 

NdrtJli lrokjn \fine to Sand lije 
fourteenth feast of 



Finrteenth E- 

| yond city 



Des Moines river. 
'E Court' ave 



firjt.] QGW. Ry. 



o(Htd3Firk)— (See 



e?9th). 

and: ho- 
of Pes 



1 



26 



DES itOINES; CITY DIRECTORY. 



1 



t 



E Walnut. 

Capitol. 1 1 

Frauklin square. '] 

£ Grand ave. 
Des' Moines. 

Lyon. j 

Maple. 

Walker. | 

Buchanan. 
Fremont. 
' Hubbell. . - j 

Washington ave. I 

Polk. ! 

Thompson. | 

Arlington ave. 
Arthur. j 

Hull ave. i 

.' j 

Fourteenth E So— South from e yine to 
Mitchell ave, fourteenth east of Des 
Moines river. j 

Raccoon. 

Scott. 

Shaw. 
j Maury. 

Vale. 

Railroad ave. 

Harriett. 

D^s Moin#s river. 

Riverside ave. 

Boulevard. 

Franklin ave. 

Simon ton ave. 

. Mitchell ave. 

i- 

fourteenth W So— South from Railroad to 
Ft. Dodge. j 

Fourth— North from Vine to Franklin ave, 

fourth west of Des Moines river. :i 
■, Court ave. 
"j Walnut. 
■ Locust. 
< : Grand ave. 

Chestnut. 

Center. j 

Crocker. ' 

* School. 
"'. Short. 

Willow.; 
Ridge. . I 
Ascension. 
Division. 
North. 

Creighton. ,_•■ ; 

Indiana ave. ' 

Forest ave. 
, Orchard. i 

* Clark. I 
' State. ' '" I 
' Franklin. I 

Fourth (Vassar) (Highland Park)— North 
from New York ave to Grant ave, sec- 
ond east of 6th ave. I 



Corning ave. 
Beston ave. 
Ovid. 

Euclid ave. 
Douglass ave. 
Lincoln ave-. 



Maidison ave. 
Garfield ave. 
Grant ave. 

Fourth (South Des Koines)— .Southeast 
from Raccoon riv(sr, fourth south) oj 
Des; Moines river 

Washington. 

Jefferson. 

Madison. 

Monroe. 

Clay. 

Harrison. 

Garfield. . 

Fourth E^-Norti from e Vine to Hajrg, 
fpurth east o|f Des Jloines river. 
E Court ave. 
" Walnut. 
" Locust. 
"Grand ave. 
Des Moines. 
Lydn. 
Majple. 
Hays. 

Fourth E So— Scjuth fijom e Vine to ll>es 
Moines riverj, fourth east of same. 
E Market. 
" Elm. 
" Raccoon. 
Allbn. 
Scptt. 

Shiw. M 

Des Moines river. 

Four|h W So— South fnm Vine to Racccon 
river, fourth west qf Des Moinea rivbr. 
Matket. 
Ehh. 

Fraup Avenue (Norwood Park) —West froth 
Sixteenth, third no: "th of Franklin a^e. 

Franklin Avenue (Noijth Des JMoines|)-L- 
West fromi Des 



Moines river 



twenty-seventh, fourth north of Col- 
lege ave. 

Ohio. 

Bliifif. 

Arlington ave. 

Fourth. 

Sixjth ave. 

Seventh. 

Eiihth. 

Ninth. 

Tefith. , i 

Eleventh. ! 

Spring Creek Drive. 

Unbpened to Sixteenth. 

Eighteenth. 

Twenty- fourthl 
Twenty-fifth. I 
Twenty-seventh. 

Franklin Avenue (Sout i Riverside Park 
ast from e so 14 th to Des Moides 



ljiver, second north 
Fifteenth. 
Sixteenth.* 
Seventeenth. 
Eighteenth. - 



of Mitchell ave. 



to 



Nineteenth. 



Fremont— East from 
15th, tenth north 
E Sixth I 

A. i i ;.-■■■ ' : 
Penna ave; 

B. j 

E Ninth. i 



DES 



s Second A 



■m6: 



Franz Avenue l(&iaun< 

Y^est from Sixth Me fco Lak& 
, •; north Corning av*» ' ' ' 



Ji'l- 



es Moineji 
t least Vii e 



i i 



E Twelfth; 

"Thirteenth. 

",C. 

"■ Fourteenth. 

" Fifteenth. 



Fulton, Avenue (Chiton 
, from Clifton, ave " ! 
Indianola ave. 

G— North from Centej* 
second west of 19 

jU-'North from C, R 
I i first east of e;16th 
EVine. T : 



Court ave. 



Garfield— West from 
> Walnut. 

Garfield (South Des' 

SdtriG.'RI'AP 

coon ri ver. 

Fourth. . 

Fifth./ 

'Sixth. . 

Seventh. , . 

^arflcld Av(^uei;(Hi 



Euclid 
Tdnth. 
Ninth. 



P 



1 



ES 



CITt PIRECTORYJ 



m)4- 
aye, first 

li ii 

ver to, 



i i 



Heignltsjlf-East 



Bb:th sbithwe 
i nd be 1 on 

i * i 

PRytbjl 



./! 



eighth nor 



)ip€s)r-S9U^lj r6mi 
;;, sixth eas 4- '* 1 ' ■*-*"' 



b'tf 



from lit i| to Cornell 



tland Pa:-k)|-East 



ave. 



fifth 



r 



Rac- 



hof 



i i 



it Of : 

i skill, 

OOkB, ; 



I* 



<3r md Ayenu^; E— East 



t 



north of 

I 



sf»'lS 



ih (to 



Eibhth. 
Seventh. 

, i^txth ave. 

Vasaar. 
HVkard* . 
Hamilton; 
BbWman» 
1 Oxford, i 
CaWbrid&e. 
Cornell'. 

Ganer— East frqni e 

enth south of eVink 
George— N<brth friom Bussabdroid to 
, ave, fif ;h east of Si^tjh ive. 

GUbeit— North fpbm Mfciury to atid bfefond 
S<|ott, j^rst east of (jf, B| & jQ jft-R 

ih to l§i|h, teftdnd 
to 



..! 



16th, 



sev- 
Hull 



Mletjr-W'^t'fpjm.fo 



north Qf Nor 



Goodef-East froia'^th 



fiijst sotith of 



h. 



Clark 



Arlington^ jave, 



'S 



Gobld— East 'frcp. Ejmbaiigh to 28th, -tint 

• South, of ;I^a|ket|' ] ' ' r 

ijaljtdjft^— Soutih from Gbuift 
irst west jpf 28thl 



k 



Nineteenth. 



Twenty-firs 
,y *w3nty-eig 



Grand Avenue 

river to an 

north of Vide 
! Tirst. .. 
Second. 
Hird, 

biirfch. 

ifth. 

ixth ave. 

eventh. 

ighth. 

inth. 

enth. 

leventh. 

welfth. !. 

hirteenth. 

ourteenth 

ifteenth. 

ixteenth-i 

eventeent 



wJst 
beybiu i 



fr 



^•|(or Vt 



path. 



nv^r to e 
Jjt First. 
' Second. 

Tliird. 

Fourth. 

•Fifth. 

Sixth. 

Sevebth 

Eighth. 

Ninth. 

Tenth. 

Elevent 

Twelft 

Thirteenth. 

Fourteenth. * 
ranklin Sq 
E Fifteenth. 
M Sixteenth, i 
4 j Seventeenth. 
": Eighteenth. 



<. 



Oil rth 



C>7; 



ri 



ive to Market, 



m Des Moines 
city limits, ;f ourii 



I 



astern ave). 

|. i* - 
from Des Moinles 



CGWRjp. 

E Twenty-second. 
" TwetotV-thftd 
" Twenty-fourth. 
'^Twenty-fifth. 
«' Twenfiy-sixth. 
•^Twenty-sevehth. 
"Twentyfeigith. 
'^Twenty-ninthi 
"Thirtkh. 
State Mr Ground^ 

'Grant iiYinne— Fair 
r " r south T r 



ndrth of d Virie. 



» 



ii^rant Arenue (Highknil Fark)--East from 



;s 



\ 



G "oiilnds, no'rt 



ti ind 



.as. 



DES MOINESi OITY DIRECTORY. 



Oth ave to Cornell, fifth north oi Eucljd 

ave. 
Yale. 
Vassar. 
Harvard. 
.Hamilton. 
Bowman. 
Oxford. 
Calmbridge. 
Cornell. 

Grand View ( Gra'nd View ) — East from 
8th to e 1-kh, ejeventh north of North. 
E Ninth. 
"Twelfth. 

Grant Place— North from Brooks ave to 
Pair Grounds, fourth east of e 30th. 

Gray (Clifton Heights)— East from Clifton 
ave, twelfth southwest of Indianola ave. 

Greoley Avenue ( Highland Park )— East 
from Hamilton to and beyond Cadi- 
bridge, sixth north of Euclid ave. 
/ Bowman. ' ■: 

Oxford. 
Cambridge. 
Cornell. 

Greenwood Lane— North from Grand ave 
to Clifton ave, third west of Neweorab 
ave. 



Grimes (Olifton Heights)-West from Clif- 
ton aye, ninth southwest of Indianola 
. ave. I 

Grove— West from 9th to 10th, first north 
' of School. 

Guthrie— North from Thompson to e Arl- 
ington ave, second west of e 14th. 

H — North and south from School, first east 
of 24th. , 

' i ■ 

H E— North from Walker, hist east of e 
' . 17th. I i. 

Hall— East from 1st to Des Moines river, 
second north of School. ; 

Hamilton (Huntington) (Highland Park)4- 
North from Ovid to Grant ave, fourth 
east of 6th ave. 
Euclid ave. 

Douglas " , 

. Lincoln " t 

Madison " 
Garfield " 

Grant " . ji 

Hampton Avenue— East from Town to and 
-beyond e so 31st, first south of Maury 
(unopened between e so 28th and 30th). 

Hancock (Highlaud Park)— East from Ox- 
ford to Cambridge, seventh noi^th of 
Euclid ave. i! 

Harriett— East from e so 14th. to lcih, 
ninth south of Vine. 

Harrison— South from Brooks ave,' to C, ;R 
I & P Ry. first cast of 23d. . !l ! 

Harrison E So— South from Brooks ave to 
C, K I & P Ry, sixth east of e 30th..'. 1 

Hartley-(See e 29th), 



Harvard (Highland Paj*H(See 3d) 

Hawthorne (Cliftota H(ights)— South irorti 
south side of India ioJa ave to Pifescoi 
Drive, third southeast of 7th st bridge . 

Hay^s— East from jc & N ^ Ry to e 6tji 
seventh north of Walnut. 

Hayos (Mann's Addition)— East from 13t)l|t 
tjo 11th, first north of Douglas avo. 
High; | 

Twelfth. I ' L 

Park ave. ] 'J , : 

Eleventh. ' i , 

Heffel (South Riverside Park)— North frOn 
Franklin ave to Riverside ave, tenth 

<j>ast of e so 9thi ! ■ 

Herder! (South Riverside Park) — North 
l ^ro> u' Franklin ave to Riverside avj, 
sixth east of e so 91 h. 

Hewitts-East fromjG to one blk e of lQth, 
first south of Walnut 

High— West from (th ave to and beyond 
$8th, first north of Grand avej ' 

Seventh. 
Eifchth. 
Ninth. 
Tenth. 
Eleventh. 
Twelfth. 



/ 



Fourteenth. 
Fifteenth, j 
Sixteenth. 
Seventeenth. 



Nineteenth. 
Twenty-first. 
Unopened to 
Twenty-eighth. 

Higl( (Highland Pare)- -North, from Doug 
las; ave to Madi]s6p jave, tenth west of 
6th ave. 

Hillside Avenue (South Park)— East from 
Cast side of Bloom ield ave to C, R I & 
P Ry, first south o: Indianola ave. [ 

Holmes (Clifton Hei^hus)— Southwest from 
Indianola aVe to Cooper, first south 
east of Clifton ave. u 

Home-^South from e Raccoon to Scott, first 
'east of e 19th. ! j , ' . L 

Hosick (Jack's Plat)— North from Maury, 
second east of Gilbert. 



Howard— East from e ?o 15th 
south of e Vine. 

How^e (Olifton Heights 
ive to Courtla 



southwest of Indie nola ave 



Hoxie— South, from 
ifirst west of e 28fcl 

Hubbell-nEast from e 
laye, first north ol 
E | Twelfth* 
" Thirteenth. 
" Fourteenth. 
English. 



4East 



;o 16th, sixtl 

from Cliftor 
Boulevard, tent! 



arket to Scott ave 



9tt* to Van Bus 
e North. 



;irt: 



!/' 



ViewHEasi 
Delaware 'aji 



e 



dines to 



De? Moines 



liver. 



from Norti? t< 
kst of 6tn ays. 



from 9th; 



Buoh&nau,' 



JE fifteenth: 

Vs n Bu^kirk ave. 

Hi{ll Ave me {<??&& 
V ^Iauai ton aye t 
jteentl north. oifl^p 
Pejinaave. I 

■'• lilidisodave.. \ 

, ,E Nintti. ">' 

\. 'f Twelfth. .! 

• " fourteenth! 

Dataware ave. 

HunIingtbn-(SeeHa 

£— North from Des i 
j eighteenth east cfi 

Mf.plo ! ! 

■v'W;iIker.| ' ■ 1'-'. 

Illinois Avenue— N 

lege aye, seven 

Jp( liana lave, j 

Fo*est ajye. . 

Chirk. i 

College we. • 
Indhna Jveiiue— Ea^st 

Moineslriver. first north of iNo :tl . 

Eighth." • , I- ' 

Seventh 

Si> th avie. 

Filth. 

Fo irth,. 

Tjiird. 

Bluff. 

Main avie. 

Ohio 1 
[ Ijlidois 
I, Vermont aVei . 

De3 Moines river. 

Iiiiiiniola Jlvenue ('^Q$th Dea 
Southeast from 



W 



DBS 



4 



J' , —, 

,OI|&ES (MY 






,i< 



"1? 



from 
thif 



;o 



, : ijejtpujl cityjitmt^l 



Mo 
l st bridge 



tiigcf soil Avenue— Wm from GrajiU 
1 th, beyond fark lane J firs 

<f Gnnd ayeV 
lowa Avetuc— Nbrtth ifrohi Sebtt 

qoon, (irst dasf of :fi l^thst. 



CoU 



■ < I- 

Des \i 



DesK 
tc and 



J ifferson j Ayeirae-^East ind west from e 

third north oil orth. 

ii--.fi. •■; ; 

E ;<Waahingfoi Heights)-East 



Jefferson 

roni 



avei! 



; feort 
Rao-' 



to 



scotfc ! 
healst 



Irving (South Ppr)!:)— South fro n Pre 
Drive to Bancroft ave, .firsfc soutjl . . 
cf Clifton (cpi$i,niktiQn o^Etolmes). | ! '? 

Jacfej6j»A ' enuer- Eajst from e 29th peyond 



3.1sfc, second |nori;a of North. 



Jeffe •son-rWesfe fron} 
Bluff (unopened 

west to 20t|h r . 

- i i II, .r- 






' Seventh. 
i EifjHth. 

r "Ninth. 
Teith. 
j Eleventh, 
i Twelfth. 
j Thirteenth. 
I Fo irteenth).t 



Seventeenth . 



pes Moiries' 
to 6th aye), 



:\v[er .to£ 
thence ? 



DipEOTOEY. 



M 



wiai 
E Ninth. 
r -' m 1 f th 



Saylorvil 
; jecodd nprth of 
diso l. 



*' Twel 
Jefferson 



South Defi Moihes)— South 



2d stifeet [bridge j to CL R I & P Ryi first 
of. Raccoon rivpr. I 



e roi.d beyond© 
Washington ave 



l. 

■/ 



2$ 



12th, 



from 



• i\ 



■■ south 

jFirst. 

Second 

Third. 

Fourth. 

Fjfth. 

Sixth. 

Seven tt 

Eghth. 

C irve. 

Iiidianola ive 1 

Jcfljerson— West from Dep tyoio'es Ritar to 
j 20th; second [north of College av<k 

.! Bluff. 

, l hopehed to 
j A rlington ave, 
; Unopened to< 

Sixth aVe. 

Seventh, i 

Eighth.' '• i 

[Minth. 

Tenth. : 
. Eleventh. 

Twelfth. *" 
| Thirteenth. ' 
1 Fourteenth. 



Sixteenth. . 

Joi les— East from- e ; so 80th, first so^ith of 
Scott aye. : 

K-f-North from School toj Short, firsjt west 
of Up. . 

Kldnsas City AYemiejrrEa^t from e ^th to 
H, fjirst north ofiprenjibntj 
! Snizlish ave. 
^fifteenth, 
Yan^uskirk. 
2SLaeenth. 



| E Seventeenth. , . 

ngmkn ^venue— Wlest : 
of Cottage Grove ave : 



1 



rom intersectkn 
)ttage Grovel aVe and 24th to 28tfi, 
first uorQi of School. ' . . | 

Kj(rkwo6d! (Clifton fcigl its) — West from | 
junction j Clifton) ave and Courtland 
Boulevard, . fourteen ih southwest of 
Indianola ave. / ' 

Kiieal (Manufacturers' Addition) -4- North 
' from '01 B & Q Ry, se< sondj east 6f e 81st 

(Fair ave). ( , ; '' ! 

1^ -South from Nortn to Lincoln, second 

west of Des Moines river. 

LiifayetteMYest from 10th to I), second 
north of schodl. | 



30 



DES MOINESi CITY DIRECTORY. 



Lake Avenue (Highland Park)— North from 
New York ave to Boston ave, first east 
of e 2zd. 



La Place— North from Maple to 
first east of e 22d. 



North, 



Laurel — West from 6th ave to fcjth (un- 
ppened to 13th), thence to 13th, first 
north of School. j 

Lerdy— South from Bussard Road, firkt 
east of Huntington. 

Leyner— West from 19th to Cathol :ic ceme- 
tery, first north of Center. 

Lincoln (hartley's Addition)— South from 
Brooks and to C, 11 1 & I? Ry, first west 
of e 29th. 

Lincoln Avenue (Highland Park) — East 
from 11th to Cornell, third north of 
Euclid ave. ! 

Eleventh. 

Tenth. 

Ninth. 

Eighth. 

Seventh. 

Wall. I 

Sixth ave. 

Yale. ; ! 

Vassar. t 

Harvard. < 

Bowman. 

Hamilton. 

Oxford. 

Cambridge. , 

Cornell,. ! ; 

Lincoln (Hall's Addition)— East frqm 1st to 
Des Moines river, first north of As- 
cension. ' 

Lincoln (Willoughby Place). 

Linden — North from North to Dubuque 
ave, first west of e 29th. 

Linden— West from 14th to 24th, first north | 
of Grand ave. 
Fifteenth. i j j 

Sixteenth. 

Seventeenth. i 

Unopened to j , j 

Nineteenth. '. 
Unopened to 
Twenty- first. 
Unopened to 
.Twenty-third. 
H. 

Twenty-fourth. I 

Clover. I 

Greeuwood. ! • 

.Maiden Lane. 
Park Lane. 

Linn— East from e 5th to Gth, sixth north 
of Walnut. 

Locust— West from Des Moines river to 
and beyond 15th street, fourth north 
of Vine. , 

First. 

Second. 

Third. 

Fourth. I i 



Fifth. 

Sixth ave. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 

Ninth. 

TJmth. 

Eleventh. 

Tvelfth. ^ 

Thirteenth. 

Fourteenth. 

Fifteenth. 

Sixteenth. 

Locust E— East from 
e 9th, third north 
First. I 

Second. 
Third. | 
Fourth. 
Fifth. 
Sixth. . 
Seventh. 
Eighth. 
Ninth. 
Ctipitol Building 



; j 



E 

V 
(< 



!< 



(( 



of 



Logan A veniid (Clifton 
Clifton aye ; to I 
louthwest of Indi; 

[Login Avenue (Grant 



Heights)— East from 
Bancroft ave, fifth 
nola ave; 

Park)— East from 



Louisa (Arlington Hei 



to 



Lovers' Lauc— Southeas 
McMerkin. 



Lucas (Clifton ^eights) 
ton ave, thirteentjh 
idianola ave. j 

Lyon-rEast froni e 4tl 
of e Vine. 
E Nth. 
"jSixth. 
"ISeventh. 
Pen na ave. 
EjNitith. . 
"Tenth. , 
"lEle'venth, 
'Twelfth, j ' 
"Thirteenth. 
" Fourteenth. 
" Fifteenth. 
" Sixteenth* 
F< Seventeenth. 
"' I. 
" C GWRy. 



I 



I/es Moines river 



e Vine'. 



to 



randt t,o Fair avt>, tjecoud nortn of C, 
il&PRy. 



rh'is). 
k from 



Tel 



an 



to 



West from Clif- 
south west of Id- 

2Gth, sixth north 



1 * Twenty-second. 
''Twenty-third. 
*j Twenty-fourth. 1 
'«:! Twenty-fifth; 
"•Twenty-sixth. 

Lyricr— West from Nineteenth to 



Cemetery, second 



M (Sunny Side Addition) 

Mat ison (South Des Mqinfes)-^tav 



1st to Curve, first s 



Cat 



sputh of Crocker. 



10I10 



_ T ... T th frj)hi 
oiithtnst of Jefferson^ 



Wi 



tolNES 



i * i 



i i 



;( 



T: 



Eaitf 
f 



Fit st. . I "I i ' ■ — .! 

• Second. 
Third. 
Foirth. 
Fifth. 
■Sixth. 
Se r enth 
.Eighth. 
i tJurvb. j 

Madison Avenue ((Highland FarkJ , . 
■,ffdin 10th p Cornell; fourth notth o 

KUclid ave • i ] ; • 

Toit'h. 

Nhth. 
i Ki^htih. 1 
j Seventh. f 

! Wiiilj ; 

■ Statu ave. 

YaleLl 

'• Vafifr. 

Harvard 

•Harriiton 

Jtopirnan. 
f, Oxford. 

Canbridge. 

Co rijejlf ' 
Madiwri (Hyde 



East ave 



or rY 



L r 



ine. 



to 2irth, 



.Ml 




t)Co 
)f Oth 

j 



Park)-— East from 
tb Summit, ififth north i of -North. 
Fa r ave. 
Fo in tain ave J 
Su limit. ! 

Madnoa AveniKJi-Nprth fromi Wasliibgtoi j 
a ve.to e Jefferspn, first east ol] $ lylpi 
ville road. '''".■.• f |".J ! ■ '' 

lladhoii A?euu6 (Wright's G^ove ),-}-« ort 
from Hull fa ve to Porter, i second eas|t 
cjfejSth.. I ' , !| :. j, -| ■ T 

laid^njlj-aae— ^ortlij from Grand 
(Mifton ave, fourlh: west o| 28th 

ittuin (Spvastptc 1). I .. . 

Sliiinfe Avenue-jNortli from North! 
bgq avdand beyond, fiftq east 

India™ ave. 
Forest iive.r* 
Clirkj. , 
College ave. 

Jlaple— lEiist frpm e.jith 
north of e — 
K Fifth. • 

Sixth. 
Seventh, 
lienna ave. 

^Nidtk 

TeM. 
" Eleventh. 
"Twelfth. 
" Thirteenth, 
State jsquare. 

Fourteenth. 
' Fifteenth. 
'Sixteenth. 
' Seventeenth. 

'*•'■•■ " : 
•Eighteenth 



sejventli 



1 ! 



" Twentieth, 



DIEEOTORTf. 



31 



..i. 



ond.' 



'■ Twenty-sec 
"Twenty-third: ; 
' Twenfey-foirth. 
; ' TWenty-fifth. j 
';• TWenty-sixth. 

BWirloJ—Northl frobi TI 

beyond e Arlington We/ first west of 
e 14th. 



i 



ompson ^]to and! 



Tttflrket— West fron} Desf 
12th, first efouthi of Vipe. 

! Firs^. ' 
Second, 
third. ' ' 



Moines river to 



'ourth. 
mh. 



^lixth'. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 
'Niutih. 

'.Tentih: . 

Eleventh. 

Twelfth. 

Market jE-fEast frotn 'M Moines Wver to 
e so. ^8th, first south <Jf Vine. 
$soj First. 
"ISecood. 
"Third, 
"'jbourth. 
''|Fifth. 
Sixth. 
Seventh] 
Eighth. . 
Ninth. 
Tenth. 
Eleventh. 
Twelfth. 



/ i 



Fourteenth, 
'•^iffceejith. 
4 i Sixteenth: 






ighteentii. 

ineteenth. | 
"Twentieth. 
" Twenty-jsecopd. 

UiioP*) 116 ^ toj 
Town. 

Eslibaugh. 
E so Tweiityisixth. 
W^ash/ 
Hode. ' 
,|E 8? Twenty eigh th. 

Maurjr— East froin Des 
2if,th, seventh south o 
E-S0 Sixth. , 
Seventh.' 
Eighth. - 
Ninth. 
Tenth. 
Eleventh. 
Twelfth. 



< < 

a 
K 
l< 
i.< 

14 
ft 



Fourteenth. 

D.'l -: 

Fifteenth. 



Homes ' riper to 
I eVine. 



32 



DES MClNES CITY DIRECTORY. 



[ ? 



Eso 






E. 

F. 
Sixteenth. 



Eighteenth. 



< < 



Twentieth. 

Yount. 

Wyandotte. 

Twenty-third, 

Green. 

Twenty-fourth. 
Town. 
Eshbaugh. 
Wabash. 

E so Twenty-seventh. 
Hoxie. 
E so Twenty-eighth. 






Thirtieth. 
•' " Thirty-tirst. . . 

Meek— East from Town beyond e sol 

Twenty-eighth, first south of Market, ! 

' E/so Twenty-fifth. " ■ j 

\ Eshbaugh. * ' ! 

E so Twenty-sixth. 
'■:, Wabash. 

'Hoxie. 

E so Twenty-eighth. 

Michigan— North from Indiana ave to Col- 
lege ave, ninth east of (>th ave. 

Mill— West from illfch to and beyond Cot- 
! tage Grove ave, first north of junction 
of Crocker and Cottage Grove aves. 

Mitchell Avenue-East frem C, R I & P Ry, 

opposite Sherman lake, Sevastopol to 

/■ and beyond city limits. i 

Monroe (South Des Moines)— South from 
1st to Curve, second southeast of Jef- 
:» ferson. 
: : First. 
: Second. 
4 Third. 

Fourth. 

Fifth. j 

Sixth. ' 

.Seventh. 

'Eighth. 
jjCurve. 

Montgomery (Easton Place)— North from 
t\ Easton Boulevard, fourth east of Dela- 
, ! ware ave I 

Murse Avenue (Clifton Heights)-Eastfronv 

;-| Clifton ave to Courtland Boulevard,! 

* ■•" eighth southwest,of ludiauola ave. j 

Morton (Grand View)— East of e 8th to e! 
I 14th, tenth north of North. 
*E Niut'i. 

Twelfth. . ; 

Fourteenth. 

Morton (York's Choice)— South from e 
j jj North, tifthe of Brandt. 

MJUberry— West from oth to 10th, second! 
ij north of Vine. 
Sixth. ave. ., 



Seventh 
" Eighth. 
Ntoth.- 
Tenth, j 
Blejventh. 
twelfth] 
Thirteenth. 
Fourteenth 
Fifteenth. 
Sixteenth. 

Neiinan— East from 35th to 



second north of C, R I & I 1 Ry 



Park)— W;est 



ave, second 



Park)— E(ist 



Neiinan Avenue (Norwood . „, „ lW% 

from Sixteenth, second north of Frank- 
lin ave. 

Nelson— Njorth from Iforest 
| \yest of 30th. 

New JYork Avenue (Highland ; _ 1 

■from Lake, ave "to Charles, first south 
of Corning ave. : < ' •] 
Seventh. , 
Sixth ave. 
Yale. ; 

Viusar. 
Harvard. 

George. , 

Charles. 

Newejunb Avenile— North frorn Grand a^ve 
to North, fourth west of 28th. 

NewlMi— Norljh from MJiple to| North, first 



e 



of 25th. 



Ninot Tilth — North from GraM ave to 
(lark, nineteenth ^yest of I)es Moines 
rl ver. 
Ingfersoll ave. 
llidh. , 
Woodland ave. 
Pie isant. 
Center. 
Ley nor. | 
llivjer. 

Cottage Grove ave. 
Crdcker. 
Mil . 

School. ' 

Nojth. 
Foi est ave. 
Qlal-k. "' 

Nineteenth (South Riverside Park)— North' 



from Franklin avp 



Motor aMe, 



a\ 



to Riverside ave,- 



eleyenth east of esc 9th. 
Nineteenth E— North frcrn e Vine to Wal 



ri^t, nineteenth ealst of 
river. 

C, R I & P Ry 
C G W Ry. 

E Court ave. 
Wheeler. 
tfrqoks ave. 
Hewitt. 
E Wajnut. 

Nineteenth W So— Soutlj from 
Island td Raccoon (river. 
Brown's ave. 



Des Moines 






leyond Ro< 
irst west <>f 



Si 



DES MOINES 



#rr 



Jfj n ;h— North from Vir^e to Prospect Boul,6 
vard/i niuth west 6| Des Moines river ! 
Cherry. 
M ulberry. 
Walnut. 
Locust.;' 
G rand ave. 
High. 

Peasant. ' 
Pi irk. 1 ,' 
Conter. 
C 'oeker. 
Sdieol. 
North. 
Indiana -ave. 



F( rest ave'. 

Clark. 

State, . 

Washington. 

Jefferson. 

Fiankiin. 

Pi ospect Boulevard 



ill 



1 (Oak Park)— North fr >m Oak Pari? 



Garfield ave, 



$i 



i'« 



ive toand 3eyont| 

.vest of Oth ave. 
C)s,k;Park ave 
Ei cl'id ave. 
01 ntou ave.r 
D.cuglas ave. 
Liicoln ave. J 
^lsidisonlave.i 
Garfield ave.! 

Xintn E— North ironil _ . . 
| ninth east of Des Moines 
ijE CfjHirt ave. 
I'* Walnut. 
" Locust. '] 
J* Grand aye 
l)e? Moines. 1 , 
ky)u.> ' 
Mn pie . 
SinalL 
Wj.lker. i 
Bmhanan. 
Fremont. 
Fi ln,o re. 
Hubbell. 
Po: k. , 
W< r shihgf;on. 

el ton ave. - 

ef'erson. 
An hur. I 
Shuridan. 
Mc rtoiv. 
GrJindv.iew. 
Md.': 
Hullave. 
lit in. i 
Porter., 



I 



m. 



BETTORY, 



13 



second 



■ i 



e Vipe to 
river. 



ki 



Ninth W 



Vine tp Raccoon 



Porter, 



\> 



■i i 



E So-South tr->in 
i ellave (Sevastopo ) 
'Moines rivei*. f 
K Market. 

'?]Slni. ,■"'!■.- 
i V Raccoon *i 
Allen. • I : |, 



inc. V .i 
> ninili 



*!"■ 



ne to Mitch-* 
east of Des? 



'•I 



(Scott. 

Shaw. 

Maur '. 

V41e/ , | ' 

d Railrqad. ave. j 

Des Moines river. 

Brandt's Park. | 

(Sherman Lake, j 
i [Mitchell ave. '•; i 

Sevastopol. .' | 

So— South from 
rivei", ninth west of pes Moines river. 
Market. 
DM&KGRy: 

Ninth 3treet bridge. 

i • ■■ '■ " ■ ' [ '< I 
liable (Morns' Addition]— South from e 

Court aVe, first east 6:: Ashland. 

J ortlj (Mann's Addition)— West from 13th 
one ©lock, first north of, Douglas ave. 

?(>rtli B mlerard j(Highln]id i Park)-West 
from Saylorville road to! aud I beyond 
Williap, fifth north. of. Riverside ave. 

North— V r est from Des M sines river to and 
beyond j city limits, | fifth north of 
; School. ■ '. !; I i 

| [First. ■ .;.. "I '■' ; 

i Second I . 

! i frnird. I 

burth 

ifthl 

n,opeh|ed to 

irith. 

ejnth, 

levent 
Twelfth 
n hjirteeiithj. ''•; 

ourteenth. | . 

ifteentfr. : 

ixpeenth.! ■ 
>ev,e ntedpth. 
Cignteentth. 
"STinetdenth. 
Twentjeth. : 

wenty4rst.j . 

wenty-second 

wentyHiird. 
Twenty-fourth. 

wenfcy-tifth. 

wenty-s xth. 

wjenty-soventl 
/rvvbnty-ejght^i (or Western ave). 

orth E— |Erst from Des Moines 1 river to 
Peuna ave (unppenedi^ e 18th),thenee 
to an pi teyond, city limits, third north 
of Fremont. 

Penhaave. 

EEghteeuthi I / 

CGWRy | 

E twenty- 3ecpnd 

' l Twenty- ;hird. 

11 Twentyf fourth 

' Twentyififth. 

'" Twenty tfixth 

'Twenty^everitjK 

Linden. 



34 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



E Thirtieth. 
"Thirty-first. 

Oak Park Avenue (Highland Park) r- West 
from Oth ave, fourth north of Corning 
ave. 
Eighth. 
Ninth. 
Tenth. 

Eleventh. 4 

Twelfth. 
j Thirteenth. l ; 

Ohio Avenue— North from North to and 
beyond College ave, Oth east of Oth 
ave. ! 

Indiana ave. j 

Forest 

Clark. | 

College " ' 

Orchard— East from 5th to 4th, first north 
i of Forest ave. 

Osborn (See e Twenty-eighth) (prewer's 
Addition)— Continuation of lloyee ave 
i north to e Grand ave. 

Ovid Avenue (Highland Park)— West from 
,t 8th to 11th, third north of Corning ave. 

. Oxford (Highland Park)— North from Ovid 
|i to Greeley, second east of Hamilton. 
.■jCue lid ave. 

Douglas " i 

• [Lincoln " 
Madison " 
(larlield " 
Grant 
.Greeley " 

Park— West from 5th to 14th, first south of 
Center. 

Sixth ave. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 

Ninth. 

oUnopeued to 

Eleventh. 

'Twelfth. 
. Thirteenth. 

Park Avenue (Highland Park)— North from 
Douglas ave to Madison ave, eighth 
west of Oth ave. 

Park Lane — North from Grand ave to 
Clifton ave, seventh west of 28th. 

Panreli Avenue— West from Penna ave to 
C & N W Ry, first uorth of North. 

Pelton Avenue— East from e Oth to 12th, 
first north of Washington. 

Pennsylvania Avenue ( Wright's Grqve) — 
North from Hull ave to Porter 1 ; first 
' east of e 8th. I 

Pennslyvania Avenue— North from Locust 
to Washington ave, sixth east of Des 
Moines river. 

E Grand ave. 

" Des Moines. 

Lyon. 

Maple. , 

Small. 

Walker. !' 



alker, first east 



Buchanan. 
Frepiout. 
Filinore. 
North. 
Parneli ave. 
Fojres't ave. 
Polk. ' 
Washington ave. 

Pinep-Northfrom LyoA to Wf 

6i e Oth (see e 7th). . ' 

Pleasaijt—North from 24tl| to 25th, first 
north of Woodlani ave. , 

Pleasant— West from 7th Jo ; 8th, thence 
nbrtheast to Callanan College, thence 
West to Park la, sejcond north of (fraiid 
aye. 

Eighth. 
Ninth. 
Tei th. 
Eleventh. 



(fr 



Fifteenth. 
, Sixteenth. 
Seventeenth. 
Eighteenth, i 
Nineteenths . 
Twentieth. 
Twenty- first. 
Woodland Cemeterjy, 
'j|\jehty-fourth. 
Twenty-fifth. 
Unopened to 
Glover's lane. 
Greqnwood lane. 
Maiden lane. 
Park lane. 

Plum— West from Gtl ave to 8th, first north 



6f Cherry. 



'I » 



Pojk(Ca f pitol Park)— Eaat from Penna ave to 



second north of North. 



VanB r uskirkave, 

£ Ninth. 
f fTwelfth. 

V Thirteenth. 

V Fourteenth. 
English ave. 
$ (Fifteenth. 
Van Buskirk ave. 

Polk Avenue^East __ 
! beyond C (* W j&y 
ton Boulevard 






from e 18th ' to 
first north of 



ami 
Eas- 



Porter (Wright's GrovelH-East from Pennf 



ave to e 12th, fif 
Madison ave. 
E Ninth. 
f 4 (Twelfth. I 



Prescott Drive (Soi 
Clifton ave to 



nth north of Nortii 



th Park)— South f 



rom 



pourtland ave, first 
southwest of Indianbla ave. | I 

Prospect (Lyon's ParM wNorth from King- 
man ave, first vseit o|f Western ave. 

Northwest from -17th" 



Prospect Boulevard- 



DEJS 



M0IN1S8' 



n 



Des 



«( 

i < 
<< 

/ it 

K 
(1 

' «( 
(( 

» «( 






ft 



s riv^r ijc 



to 10th and beyond, first sou^h of 
Moines river. ' 

. daccooh— West frdm|5th to 7th,l tljird siutli 
of Vine! _ ' ' '" 

Raccoon E— East from Des Mdinel 
e so 12ti, third sputh of e Vinje 
E so Firsf, 
Second. 
Third, 
Fourth. 
Fifth. 
Sixt 1. 
Seventh. 
Ejglth. 
Niniih. , ■ . 

Eleventh. 
Twelfth. 

lj&ilroad— Northwest from l^th \o 
river, first ^oath 
Thirteen ti. 
Center, j 
Fpurteentlh. 
Fifteenth. " 
Sixteenth 
Seventeenth. 
Brown's ave. 

Railroad Aveni 



of c, R|i$pRy 



..„ _. , e— East from ijeii Moin^ 

river to e so 16th, ninth isodtlj of V-iii| 



E so Seventh. 
Eiglth. 
Ninth. 1 
Tenfh. 
Eleventh. 
Twelfth. 



<< 
<< 

c< 

1 I 



(< 

{ 

u 
f( 
(I 
<< 



Fourteenth. 
D. ~ 



Raccoon 



<3ItV rjlBECTOBY. 



i 



Fifteenth 
E. 

f. "| i V ; . 

Sixteenth. 

K^dge— East from 4t 
School. 

Kiver— West from lj.th. toi Ca 



■' ■■.' • I 1 " u 
\ to 1st, third north 

Cert 



« 



tery, first south of Junction of Cro ^Kfe^" 
| and Cottage Grdye ave. j 

Uijrer— West; from iyest side Den nan, ojjie 
i i block^wjest, thenpe south to Rac^poti 
: I river, : first soiith of Rock '. !sla id-. : ! 

IMvcrsidc [Apemie (Old Orchard Beach) f- 
, West and 1 northwest fromlSiylorrii ~ 
! I road to £6rd av0, hrst north of JefnL 
''sou. ■ | ■ . • (■ ■ :] 

Truesdale^ L 

Thompson.. 
I Ford. | ■■ .-(.,) I j fi 

Kiverside Ayenne (Eivei;side Park)— JSast 
from e so 14th [to Des Mcjiaps rivet* 
third noi-th of ^itchell aye. ; ; 

Rock Island|(CityPlke)-Westfi|om we 
* side or* 12th to l^nnian, second south 
of VineJ r i j ' . ' i 

thirteenth 1 / I 'i 

Renter, 
fourteenth. 



Fifteenth! 
Sixteenth] , 
Seventeenth. 
Brown's av? 
Denmah;. 

Joyce AVjsnuo (Morris' Addition)— South 
from e Court avf tip C, B & Q R It, 
seventh east 'of Town ave. 



from Twenty- 



ntn e; 

lutland Avenge— Wesb | ., 

eighth jio 3urnhau ave, third south of 
n 80th. 1 

$t Joseph (Norwood Park)— West from 
16th, fourth northof 

anford— East from Esh 



yond e so Slst, third south of Maury 



(unopened between c 



aylorville jRoajd— Norti west from junc- 
tion of 'Pet na audi Washington aves to 



north 'of "den 



Bussard rca.d. 
Riverside ave, 
Truesdale. 
Thoinpson. 
Ford ave j 
Watson ave. 
North Bp|ule\tard, 
Arthur. 
Bussard toad 

School— W^st ijroni 1st 
second 

Second. 
Third. 

A. ■ ■ • 

Fourth. 

Fifth. | 

Sixth av£; 

Seventh 

Eighth. 

Ninth, i | 

Tenth. I 

Eleventh'. I 

Twelfth. 

Thirteenth. 1 

Fourteenth. 

Fifteenth). j 

Sixteenth. | 

Seventeenth, j 

Eighteenth 1 . \ 
.Unopened :o 
' Nineteen ih. 

Twentiet l. 

Twehty-f rut. 

Unopened to | 

Twenty-secpn 

Cottage Ct rpv& ave. 

Twenty-third. 

Unopened to 

Twenty-fourth 

Twenty^fth. 

Twenty-sixth, 

Twenty-8eyenLi. 

Scott— West ^ro m 9th to 
of Center. 

Scott-^East fro il e so 
south oi vitio. 
E so . Fiftfi 



35 



Franklin ave. 
baugh to and be- 



so 28th and 30th). 



to Elbert la 
ier. 



11th, second south 

O l 

4th to 31st, fifth 



36 



PES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



Eso Sixth. 
•' Seventh. 
Eighth. 
Ninth. 
Tenth. 
Eleventh. 
Twelfth. 
Thirteenth. 
Fourteenth. 
1) 

Fifteenth. 
E. 

F. - 
Sixteenth. 



.1 

I ! 
( <■ 

a 
n 
it 
< < 



" Eighteenth. 
" Nineteenth. 
••.*' Twentieth. j j 

^ "' Twenty-second. I 

. f " W} T andotte. 

• " Twenty-third. • 

" Twenty-fourth. i 

Unopened to 
| Eso Thirty-first. 

Se&rle (Easton Place)— North from Easton 
Boulevard to and beyond e Arlington 
. ave, third east of Delaware ave. 

Second (Brown's- Woods)— East from Bonle- 
' vard.Parki drive, opposite Center 
• drive. |i 

Sfscoiid — Nort li from Vine to North, second 
. $ west of Dqs Moines river. 
"Court ave. ' ^ 

.Walnut. B 

^ Locust. 
Grand ave. 
t Chestnut. 
[ ! Center. 
!■ Crocker. 
f. School. 
I Short. 
•J Willow. . 
;! Ridge. 
Ascension. , 

Division. ' 

° North. 

Second (South Des Moines) — Southeast 
from Raccoon river, second west of 
Des Moines river. j 

Washington. ! j 

JetYersou. 

Madison 

Monroe. 

Clay. 
Second K— North lrom e Vine to Maple, 
second east of Des Moines river. 

E Court ave. 

" "Walnut. 

*' Locust. 

" Grand ave. 

Des Moines. ' I . 

Maple. 

Second E Sa— South from e Vine to Des 
Moines river, second east of same. 
E Market. 

•• Elm. ; 

" Raccoon. i '■ 



dition)— North an.d 
d of e 9th street 



fDean.l 
Allen. 
Des | Moines river. 

Seconil >V So— South from Vine to Rac- 
coon river, second west of Des Mojines 
river. 

Market, i 

Elm. 

Section (Sunny Side A<J,( 

South. 
i ■ < 
Sevastopol — South ei 

bridge. 

Seventeenth— North from Grand ave to 
North, seventeenth westj of Des Moines 
river. ' i 

Linden. I 
Highf ; 

Woodland ave. 
Pleasant. 
Centjer. 
Crocker. 
School. 
North. 



from e Court ave to 
s|even|teenth (east of 



Seventeenth E— North 

Kansas -City! a'vej, 

De|s Moines river 
Brooks ave. j 

Hewitt. I 

E Walnut. 
Capjtol. 
E Grand ave. 
-DesiMoines. 
Lyon: 
Maple. 
Walker. 
Buchanan. 
Kansas City ave 

Seventeenth 1 E So (South Riverside Park) 
South from Rijveijside ave to Mitehel 
ave. 

Seventeenth W So4-S(Jmth from railroad i{ 
1 Rjaccoon riverl 

Seventh — North jfroios Raccoon river t[> 
Prospect Boulevard) seventh west of 
Des Moines Haver. 

tfherry. ; j 

Mulberry. 

Wjflnut. 

Locust. 

Griiud ave. 

Pleasant. 
Chestnut. 
Park. 
Center. 
Crocker. 
School. 
Laurel. , 
N<j>rth. v 
Indiana ave. 
Forest ave. 
Chirk. 
$tate. 

Washington. 
' UotfersouJ 



V 



XL 



DES MOINES-; DITY 

__u! L_iia-_. 






we 



il '"■ '-J-.' • . A 

Des Moines)-M Southeast 

i River, sevenjth south of 

iunr ' Li' 



jl 



nver.; 



7 



Frapkliu. | i j 

Prospect Boulevard. „ 

Seventh' (Hiigjil^nd Park) (Vassal )— Norfcli 
! frjom New!)Tork p,ve to Ovid, Hrst L — '* 
j o'iGth aveb 
?! Corning avt}.. 
! Boston aTe.j 
il Ovid, j i 

Seventh (South. 
1 f torn Rae loop 

DesMoinjs 
! | Wdshiu^too|i 
{ Jelferson. 
ii Madison. 

Monroe'. 

Clay. 

Harrison. 

iGrar field. , 

Seventh E — jWrth ^rom e Vine; 
and from Lyon to Walker, sev 
of Des Mo i pes river 1 
E Court ave 
" Walnut 
!, " Locust. 
il Lyon. 
!l Maple. 
! Walker. 

I Seventh E.So-Sout 



'I 



o Locus^ 
en th east 



ti from eVi tie n? i 
Mbitjes rivfc seventh- east of Isame. 
E Market. ' i ■' 



" Elml 
" Raccoon. 



et(| 



D6s 



/ 



to inter 



Allen. 

Scott. 
' Shaw. .'-' 
' Mauyy. 

Vale. \ 

Railn ad av^* L . 
• Des IVLoines ELiver. 

Seventh W So T Spilth irom Vihe 

section of j w ' sjoj 6t(i, seventy west of 
D'es ^loines river 

Market: n RT 

Elm . 

Raccoon. 

Sixth. 

Shaffer Plactf— Nortji npni Brooks aveto 
Staje. Fairjgroupds, third east of e ;30thL 

Shard Avenue-l-Eadt froni e so 30t!i. Second 



south of Suott ave. 



Shaw— East f 

; ftshbaughj sixth 

E so Fifth. 

j " Sixth 

I " Scventjh 

'! '" Eighth 

. " Ninth. 

u : Tenth 

'** Eleventh. 

" Twelfth.. 

" Thirteanth. 

Fourt€ enth 



Unopened tjo 
E so Fifteenth 
" Sixteenth 
,Unopened to 



ram !e so ^th. to ati :i be; Atop. 
'*" south of e Vibe. \ M 



1 



■ 



.!' 









■ f 



E so Twenjty- second. 

Wyandotte. 

E so Twenty-third. 

Green . j 

E so •Twenty-fourth. 

EshLjaugh. \ 

ShepaM-toC f& K Wfc R,;east from 1st 
I to pdj between Maple and Des Moines. 

Sheridan (Granjl View)— East of el 8th to e 
14th, ninth north of North. 
E Ninth. i T 

"Twelfth. ! 
"' Fourteenths 

Sherman— N^rth fironr 
between 3dland 4tb|l 

Short (Hall's addition) 4-East from 4th to 
- 1st,, first [lorth of School. 

Short (City Pface)--West from Brown's aye 
to Raccoon river, qrst south of Kail- 
road. | 

Simontoii Avenue (Sout 

East from e po 'lflth, ' first north of 
Mitchell ave. 



DIRECTORY. 



37 



rocjker to School, 



Sims (Avenue (Jack's P 
W, StL&PRIR. 

Sixteeiith^North 
beyond School 
Moines river. 
Walnut. .. j 
Locust. ■ J •'' I 
I Gi l and ave. 
Lipden. 
High. 

Woodland ave. 
j Pleasant. | 
Center. 
Crocker. 
School. 

Sixteenth E— North frepi e 



roml Mulberry to and 
, si^ecntii west of Des 



Cifcy ave, sixteenth 

river. | 
E Court ave. 
Brooks jive. 
E Walnut: 
bapifol. f 
G-rapd ave, 
Pes Moipes. 
Lyon. 
Maple. 
Walker. 
Buchapan. 
Kansas City ave. 

Sixteenth EJ So-Soutih 
Franklib ave, sixjtp 
Moines. ! 
J 'K Market.! 
j(feWRv; ! 
C. RI&.'PRy. L 
jW,SJtL&P!RIjt 
Raccoon. 
Scott. 

C^B&QRft 
Shaw. 
Maury. 
jHoward. 



ilRivorsido Park)-- 

r 

it)-!-First south of 



Vifte to Kansas 
elast of, Des Moines 



from e Vine to 
enth east of Des 



.?8 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



bi 



i 



Garver. 

Railroad ave. 

Unopened to 

Des Moines river. 

Riverside ave. 

Franklin " 

Simonton. 

Mitchell., ' ;..i 

Sixth (South Des Moines)— ^Southeast from 
Raccoon river, sixth south of Des 
Moines river. j ' : ; 

Washington. ' i \ 

Jefferson. , , \ 

Madison. 

Monroe. l , 

" Clay. ! ,;j 

Harrison. 

'Garfield, j 

Sixth E— North from e Vine tol Filmore, 
sixth east of Des Moinp river. 

K Court ave. w [ 

' " Walnut. * ! 

" Locust. 

" Grand ave. 

Des Moines. 

Lyon. i 

Maple. I 

Linn. j 

Hayes. j ; 

Garfield, j 

Columbia. 

Fremont. j 

*Filmore. I i 

Sixth E So— South from je Vine to pes 
Moines river, sixth east of same. 
E Market. ! 

" Eh"- , j 

" Raccoon. ■ ■ ! , 

Allen. 
Scott, 

Shaw. | 

Maury. 

Vale j. 

. Des Moines river. j* 

Sixth W So— South from Vine to ii>tersi>c- 
J-ion of 7th, sixth west of DesMoihes 
river. j 

Market. 
; Elm. 
Raccoon. 

j i 

Sixth Avenue (le^al name Oth street)— 
North from Vine to city limits, ^i'xth 
i west of Des Moines river. 

Cherry. 

Mulberry. 

Walnut., 
j Locust. , 

Grau d ave. 

High. 

Chestnut. 

Park. 

Center. 

Crocker. 

School. 

Laurel. 

North. 

Indiana ave. 



Forest ave. 

Chuty ■ 
College ave. 
Wasliington. 
JetTjeyson. 
Frabklin. 
Arlj^gton ave. 
DeSj Moines rivfcr 
New (York ave 
Corjning ave. 
Boston ave. 
Baltimore. 
Denver. 
Ovid,. 

Oak Park ave 
Euclid. 
Clinton. 
Douglas ave. 
Liucjoln ave. 
Madison ave. 
Gariield ave. 
Grant ave. 

Sleeper frack's ^lat) — Worth from ivlaijry, 

first east of Gilber:. ' 

Smallr-East from Pennaave to e Oth 
north of Walnut. 

from Town av( 
,h to river, fourth 



Smith (Lakeside)— Eas 
Southr-j-West from 15 
south of Wabash. 



M 



sixth 



i's Park)- East 
i of 7th and 9t 



and 



l 



st 



Dps 

of 



South Boulevarp (Brov 

. v\jest 

South Park— Scluth en 
fridge, j 

Sonfjli 1 Riverside Palrk— South of 
Moines river, east of 14th, port 
Mitchell aye. 

Kprjilg Creek Drive— Southwest frbm Pr<j>s 
jpect Boulevard to 13th. I 

State— (See College ave). 

State! (Hyde Patk) -Erst from e £9th to aM 
jbeyoud 31st, first aortfi of North t 

Sta^e (East Deu Moines)— (See e Arlington 

ave.) , , . 

Summit (South Pari) — Southeast frim 
Prescotl to" Irving, second southeast of 
Clifton ave. ! 

i ■ i a ' 

Taylor (Cliftcn Heights)— (See Pnscott 

ffiive.) | 

Teith— North from Vin£ to Pleasant] (un- 
1 bpeued to Scott), thence to DesJV|oi(ies 



river, tentjh west 
tyivei\ 
CJherry. 
Mulberry. 
Walnut. 
Locust. 
Grand ave. 
High. 

Woodlaud ave. 
pleasant, 
tlnopened tb 
Scott. 
Center. 
Crocker 



of 



same. 






1 Scnpol. 
! Day ' 

Qrove.. 

Charles; 



des.'m 



CmE$lblTY DIRECTO 



North. 



I.I- 



ft 
(( 
(« 
<( 
(( 



t, 



tenth E—Norjth frotii e Vine tb 
f tenth .east of Des Moines river 



E Qourt ave, 
" Walnut. 
State House. 
E Grand ave, 
Dea Moines. 
Lyon. 

Tenth E So-Soutlij^rom e Vine 
Moines river, tenth -east of sarin 
E Market. > i - r ; n 



\) 



I 



< i 

■M. 






"Elm. 

" Raccoon. ' 

Allen. 

Scott. 

Shaw. 

Maury. 

Vale! / ', 

Railroad ave. 

Des Moines rjveri 

Tenth W SQ-sAuth! flpm V ine to' ft arketj, 
1 tenth west of DesiMoines river. 

Terrace '(Sou^i Pa^k^E&st frqiji] jjlif^bi? 



£ 



Forest'avei 

Clark. 

College ave. , t 

University of Des Moinei 

tjnopened to 
; Washington. 

Jefferson. 
j Franklin. , 
I, Des Moines river. 

Tenth (Highland Park)-]tarth frtili Gakjf 
Park ave beyond Madiso'n av|e, thjra 
I west of 6th lave J 
j Oak Park ave!. 
[ Euclid | 
I Clinton 

Douglas 

Lincoln!! 

Madison 



k 



39 



Lyon, , 



Park) 
(j^rar 



*r-Nort!h from New 
ave, third west 



o, Des,' 



■ K' 



Willow. j 
fidge. 
^scen$ion. 
>ivisfon.'l 
forth, 
freighton. 
idiana ave. 
forest ave. 
"ale. 

rd (Highlan 

Y[oi*k ave p 

,'or--Huntingtp'n 
lidrningave.' 
Boston i ,"■ ■ 

Buqlid ave. 
I^ougias f* ;!. 
Lincoln if ' j 
Madison v 
GarnYld '." 
jtlrant ' •" , 

f TMifd (ifouth Des Moines;) 

! Raccoon j river, third south of Des 
I Moines riyjer! ' 

Wakjhingtonf 
Jefferson. 
Madison. 
Monroe.' 
Cfay, ■ . ' 
Harrison. 
Garfield. 



Th 



P. 



of Des Miines ri 



ltd E-No 
j. I third -eas 
I E Court av£ 

'Walnut. 

Third E So-Sbuih fronJLk 



ave to Irving, third soutHwjest 
! IndianolajaJye. j 

prrace Road !(tolli & Hiibbell's 
-iSouth aha west from Gra 
D f M&NWRjf. 

rete-a-'tete Ijiuleyatd^^outtiealsJ frim 



djditi(inj| 
ave tot 



th I from 



-Southeast from 



Vine 



to Locust. 



E 



h. frojjflijVine to Raccoon 
Des Moines river. 



Tetan to Rose Boulevard. .. \{ I 

) i t Ml. ! I. ■ • I .■ Mi 

rd— }Jortn froni Vine to Koi 



Third 

1 third west of Des 
f Court ave. 
| \VaInut. 

j fiocUSt. 

■ Grand ave. » 

i Chestnut. 

ji Center. 

\ (pocker. . 

I School. 

1 Short. 



Moines rjver. 



ent ave,/'.: 



i£ 



' ii 



Ui 



third east of OeslMqines river. 
Market, 

,1'jiBlm. ; : [ 
.y ;! Raccoon'. 
lAfllen i 
1 l)£s Moine 3 river. 

Third W SofSou 

I river; thfird west of 
•Market 
j Jflm. 

ThJrd (Brbtyia's' Woods)]- 

;\. ;w^' V: .)[- ; 

Thirteentjii-Nortih^rom jjVine i!o Walnut, 
unbpened to Park! thence north to 
North, thence it is 
Thirteenth (Oak Park 

/■ son ave, sixth west 

Oak Park ave. 

Euclid 

Clintbn 

Douglas 

Hayes 



i [.to 
ver. 



VineUo e so 4th, 



<< 



ast from Broad- 



f L 



i4kh. 

North to Madi- 
bt, 6th aye. 



Thirteenth E-Nqrth fr )tn e Vine to Wash- 
ington ave, (! thirteje^th. east of Des 
Moines river, 1 

E Court 1 ave. 

r Walriut. 

Capitol. 

I r - . i 



•10 



DES MOINES! CITY DIRECTORY. 



E Grknd ave. . 

T Des Moines. I 

"J| Lyon. 

Mapld. i 

• Walker. 
-Buchdnau. 

Fremont. 
Filmore. 
i Hubbel. 

• Washington. 

, thirteenth E So— South from Allen Ito 

Shaw, thirteenth east of Des Moines 

river. , 

Thirtieth— North from Kiugmac) ave |to 

i and i beyond city limits, thirtieth west 

of Des Moines river. 

''Thirtieth E— North from Brooks ave to 
North, ninth east of e 18th. 

Thirty-fifth — North from Motor ave to 
and beyond Tetau, thirty-fifth west 
of Des Moines river. 
Neiman. 
Terrace road. 
Rose ave. 

Tetan. ' :^ 

Thirty-llrst E— South from Logan (Fair 
ave) to aud beyond Sauford ave, second 
east of 30th. ' ! 

Brooks ave. ; 

C, R I & ^ Ry- 
Unopened to 
Scott, ave. 
Jones' " 
Shard 
English " 
Maury 
Hampton " 
Anderson " 
; Sanford " ■ 

Thirty-third E So— South from Brooks aye 
, to C. R 1 & P Ry, fifth east of 30th. 

Thomas (See Linden). [ 

Thompson (Old Orchard Beach)— East from 
Des tyloines river to Saylorville road, 
second north of Riverside ave. > 

Willijai*. ! 

Saylorville road. i 

Tichenpr (Eastou Place)— North from Eas- 
toii boulevard, first east of Delaware 
ave. j 

Tifiln-lEast from beyond Penua ave j to 
aud beyond e 9th, fourteenth nofth 
of North. j 

Penua ave. 

Madison. I 

. Ninth. 
E Twelfth. j 



Town Avenue— South from e O 
Wj St L & P R R (unopeni 



Court avejto 

., „ (unopened ^o ShjivP 

ave), thence south to Anderson ave.i 
E Market. j 

I Meek. | ' j 

Trjiesdale(01d Orchard Beach)— West fnjmi 
Saylorville road to Williams, first 
north of Riverside ave. i 



Shaw ave. 

English lave 

Maury, j 

Hampton. , , 

Twelfth (Grand View)--^orth from Elm 
?, ., . i " J t wesl of e 14th. 



Hull ave, fin 

Twelfth-J 

ave (i 



«i 



!<< 



to 



North from I Vine 1 to Woodlai id 
nopencd to Park), thence to dii- ' 
fersori, twelfth west of Des Moines 
river. , , : 

Twelfth (Highland Pari:)— North from 0\ id 
Park ave to Madispn ave, fifth west of 
6th ave. 

Oak Park ave. 

Euclid 1 

Cjinton 

Dpuejlas 

Hayes 

Madison 
; i j ■ . • 

Twelfth E— North from e Vine to Jefft. 
son, twelfth -^ast of Des Moines rivor 
E ICourt ave. 
" jWalnut. 
Capitol. 
E Grand ave. 
Des Moines. 
Lyon. 
Maple. 
Walker 
Buchanan. 
Fremont. 
Filmore. 
Hubbell. | 
Polk. 

Washington avje. " 
Jefferson. 

Twelfth E So-South 
road ave, twelfth 



river. 
E Market. 
'fiElm. 
■*f Raccoon. 
Allen. 
Scott. 
Shaw. 
]M(aury- 
Vlale. 
Railroad ave. 



TwilfOi W So-S+uth 
iDodge. 

Twentieth— North frdm Woodland ave -tip 
ijand beyond Arlington lave; twentieth 
] west of Des Mjoines river. 
Pleasant. 
Renter, 
ifnopened to 
Mill. 
Sjchool. 
Nlorth. 

University ave. 
Fbrest ave. 
Ciark. 
May. 
Washington. 

Twentieth £— Notth. from e Vine tt> 



fromeViue toRa 



east 



of Des Moin 



1- 



from Railroad to If 



DBS 



*JjOINES 



[of U 



from e 



:<Jr:nr 



4 



es " 

Pi 



Vine ^ to 
J^oines';' 

II V 
it ' . 



i'i 



Radcoon] rivet to Forest aye,i 
-eighth fwjest of •'. Des Jdoines' 



twe lty-fifthiw^st^ 



Broods ay< 5, twentieth east 
Moines' riyer: 
C, R I & P Ry 
; £ pourt ave] 
Wheeler."" < 
Brooks, ave. [ 

'twentieth E So-r South 
: M,feury,'M6atieth ea^st ot Ded 
i river. . ' ! ' 
I.B Market. 
i ■ *• Raccoon. 

! i sco^t; 

f|C,B&QRR, ' 

twentieth ( fcoundry Addition ) lk l North.V 
^ from Eastb a Boulevard to Washington : 
ave, se cbno" |,wes|t of Delayare ite. | , 

Tiventy-ei rlitlt (Western Avenue jU-N or th 

I twentj 

'\ river. '" ■ . |. ■■ . ' i-.-;-l j | 

Twenty-eightH.E— fforth from Brinks ajve; 
• ' to e Grancj ave; seventh ^ast of I18thl 'i 

ywenty-flfth-iNorth jfrojm ^bodljahclj a've 

to and beyond Clarkj 

^f Des Moines river 
Pleasant. : I 

Chester. 
School, j 
Kingman a\te 
Cottage Grdve.ave. 
North. j I 

Drake University! 
Unopene4 to 
University ave. 
Forest ave. 
Clark. . ' j 

Twenty-fifth ^ -North from Br<jdks . aiv# 
1 to North, jf^urth east of 4 18th; 

Logan ave. ! ' I ,; 

E Walnut, j- 

Capitol.! , 

E Grand avfy 

*Des Moinesj 

Lyon. I 

Maple. 

North. 

Twenty-first 

| ' to | Clarlfi 
Moines riy 
I Pleasant. 

Center!' 
! iiLieyjoer. ' 
I [River. 

jMilL 

'Cottage GroVe ave.j 

Atkins. 
1 North; 

University s\\\e. 

Forest ave. 

Clark. ' , 






DIBEOTORY, 



41 



r .: i ' 

from ' Woodland 
Clark, twenty- 



Mai)le. 
Unopened; to 
Easton Boulevard. 
Washington ]i 
B. 
A. 

TwMty-fourtk — North] 

ave to ahd peyocd 

fourth west of |Des lloines river. 
Wpod|and Cemetery. ! ' 

Pliasant. | 

Jewish Cemetery. 
CI ester School. | 
Kingman ave. j 
C( tta^e Grove aye. 
A kins. ! 

Worth. ... ! ' 
U liveiteity ave. ! , 
Forest ave.,, 1 
Clark. 



Twinty-fourth E^-North 



ftp j6 Arlington ave, 



111 ird e of 18th 



'* f : 



iNorth! from Wood 
twehty r first west 

er. ' ! ( -' 



Twcnty-hrst 



funopenec, 
BoiileVarc j) 

Des Moines | 

Lyon. 



ahd ave!? 
pf Deji 



North from e'fil 



to'A and->3yond, third east! 'of 



from Maple to 



bo, ave 



ab 



e<18t?h 

(Easily 

■! :fi 

'! ■■> i t 



from Brooks aye 



ogan ave. 
Vyalnut. 
apitbl. ; 
Grand ave 
es| Moines, j 

yon. r , 

aple. 

orth. 

nopehed tb 
Gaston Boulevard, 
jhopened to 
Arlington .aye. 

Twenty-ninth — Nort^frbm Kingrnan ave 
; to North,! twenty-ftihth west of Des 
Moines rirer. f 

T Yenty-nlnthiE—North from Brooks ave 
j to e Gran i ave^ eig ** ' ' ' """ 

T iventy-secpna '•*- lijfort^ 

Catholic |cemeter}( 

Clark, tweuty;sec 

Moines ri|ver. 
Schooll 
Cottage Gr 
Atkins 
NoythJ 

University ^ve. 
Forest ave.;i 
,Clj|rk. ' l| < ■ 

^wenty-f econil E-|Noi th from Gr^nd ave 
to Arlington aye, fourth eaSat of e 18th. 

Des M( >ines"J 
Lvon. \ 

Afaple. 
Nortel.! 
Unopened ^o 
. Eastbn Boulevard. 
Washington. 



it(iea8t»of e 18th. 

from Jnortti side 

to and beyond 

west of Des 



ind 



ove a 



ye. 



i ! 
j. I 



-i 



Arlington, ave. ... 

nrentyrserenth-IS n 

to and beyond Schjpo;!, twenty^aevepth 



CwentyrseTenth-ISoutrj fjrom Collbge ave 



west of Des Mpinep river. 
Clar^. [ 



m 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY 



:j Forest ave. 

University ave. 
j. Drake pnjiversity. 
: : ; North, j* 
;> CottagerGrove ave. 

Kingman ave. 

School. 1 

({Twenty- Seventh E— North from Brooks 
; ! ave to e Grand ave, sixth east of e 18th. 

i'Twenty-sixth— South from College avp to 
< and beyond Chester, twenty-sixth west 

of Des Moines river. 
'■■ Clark. : 1 
f; Forest ave. 
!i. University ave. 
'I Drake University. 
\\ Unopened t|o * " 

, North. 1 

j' Cottage Grove ave. 
'i Kingman. 
i .School.: 
' ' Chesterj 

tTwen'ty-sixtli E— North from Court aye to 
i Brooks ave, fifth east of e 18th. 

Twenty-tltfrd— North from n side of Jewish 
'Cemetery to and beyond Clark, twen- 
ty-third west of Des Monies river. 
Chester. 
School. 

Cottage Grove ave. 
Atkins.] ; 
North, i, 
University ave. 
e- Forest ave. 
| Clark. ' 

'Twenty-ttyird E— North from Brooks ave 
to e Arlington ave, second east of 18th. 
Logan ave. 
E Walnut. 
iCapitoli 
E Gran (J ave. 
Des Moines 
Lyon. ! 
Maple. ! 
North. ; 
Unopened to 
Easton Boulevard. 
Washington ave. 



!i a. • ' 

w 'E Arlington. 

•University Avenue— Extension of Indiana 
\ ave. west from Oth to aud beyond 28th, 

1 first north of North. 

Tenth. 

Eleventh. 

Twelfth 

Thirteenth. 

Fourteenth. 

Fifteenth. j 

' Sixteenth. 
.Seventeenth. 
•Eighteenth. 

Nineteenth. 

Twentieth. 

'Twenty-first. 

Twenty-second. 



Twenty-third. 

Twejnty-fourth. 

Twejnty-tifth. 

Twenty-sixth. 

Twenty-seventh. 

Twenty-eighth. 

Uploiij-(tfairview). 

Ure (Ballard Addition)-j-L^v„ .^•„„»„... 

Valc-rEast from Des Moines river to e so 
,,r, . ..... ....... nj yine . 



14 
Eso 



h, eighth south o; 
Seventh ' 



North and south. 



North from North tc 
third east of e 14th. 

Vermont Avenue— North 



College ave, eighth east of Gth ave. 



Indiana ave 
Forest " 
Clark. 
College ave. 

Victoria (York's AdditicM)— 



Wj St L & P K R, first 



river to 12th, 



Vine— West from Des Mdiiiesl .., 

+'. third [north of junction of Des Moines- 

and Racqoon rivers. I 
First[ 
Second. 
'Hiiro!. , 
Fourth. 
Fifth. 
Sixth ave. 
Seventh. I i; 
Eighth. 
Nintjh. 
Tenth 
Eleventh, i 
Twelfth. 

Vine E— East from Des Moiiies river to e 

20th, fourth north of junction of Des 

Moines aud Raccoon pivers. 

E so'JFirst. 

1 Second. 

Third. 

Fourth. 

Fifth. 

Sixth. 

Seventh. 

Eighth. 

Ninth. 

Tenth. 



< > 



Eighth. 

Ninth. 

Tenth. 

Eleventh. 

Twelfth. 

Fourteenth. 

Van (Harrison) (South Dtas Moines)— From 
th0 leyee south to Ihr ianola ave, fourth 
southeast of Jefferson 

Thiri 

Fourth. 

Fiftlj. . , 

Sixth. j 

Sevejnth. 

Eighth. 

lndi^,uola ave. 

Van B iskirk Avenue (44hbrook Place)— 



Washington ave, 



frii 



m North to 



,]• 



North from 



east of Royce. "^ 



•*. 



' 



Bso Eleventh 
1 " Twelfth. 
«< Thirteen 

. G. -, . 
'• Fourteen 

" Fifteenth 



I ■ 

I' 



F. 



1 



Sixteenth 

G. ; , ' 



h. 



« EighteeM. 
•* Nineteenth. 



Twentieth 
Wafmsh (Chester^ 



DES MoilflEJS OrrY DIRECT 



I I 



12th toBrowp 
'Ijhirfeequuh. 
Qenterl 
Fourteenth. 
fifteenth. 1 
Sixteenth. 
Seventeenth. 
Brown's ave. ■ 



;■ 



ehjl)— l^outh from 3cott, 



to and beyoqd .Anderson ave, firs 
; of e 27th, ! T 

English ave!. 
Maury. | 
Hampton. 
Ajriderson. 
CiP&Q. 
Wabash '(City Pl&jeJ-^Wesi from w s 



RECTO f&Y. - L ~ 



vest* 



s ave> first south |of|V 
» 



Brown's ave. ; ;-y ''I 

iVabash Avenue --feouth 1 from Marlijettj to- 
f Scott, first ea 3t| of e 26tk J | 

yabAsh— East from Eshbaugh ave, fpjtirth' 
south of Market. , i , "• ! 



Mar 



1 Valker4East ,f 



,ir 
(i^nop.ened t6 

' i beyond to sefjtion. 

E Sixth. / 

'*] Seventh. 
'Penna ave. 



pm e; Cth to Petina* 
eOth) t thence to 18tfli 



d 



3 Of 

ne. 



•■j &inth. 






fi 

Ivi 



Eleventh. 
"! Twdlfth. 
Thirteenth. 
$tate Squar^ 

c: T T -, r 

"Fourteenth. 
'i Fifteenth; 

Sixteenth. 

Seventeenth 

It, 

; Eighteenth. 
II (NorthVOak 






f Lincoln ive, to 



eyond, first ^est 

Inut— Westl f-6m 
— A u — — - 1 T li8th, 



V jljand beyond 
i lirst. ,. 

Second. 

SMrdJ 



Dea Moines river to 



I 



of 



ave 
md 



ParJO— North from iouth 



Gaijfield ave 
Sixth ave. 



third 



north of 



und 



me. 



Jpurtht 

KifthL ;. 

iimhave. 

{Seventh. 

Kighfh 

Hinth. 

Tent(i. 

Jleyenth. 

WelM.* 
Thirteenth. 
Fourteenth. 
Fifteenth. 
Sixteenth, 
\Vater vorks. 

Wf Will-East 



m 



1 1 



« ( 

i 






from Pes! 



43 



Moines river to 



UUV XI uuju iiuui VvOj +-*.wiu' 

e 10th, second north of Vine 
Secoid. 

Third: 

Four h. 
Fiith 
Sifyh;' 
Sdve ith. 

Eito'ih. . 

Nifrthl 
\ Tejhti. 

Elev< nth. 

Twelfth. 

Thirteenth. 

Fo|iir;eenth! 
Gbveru )r's Square. 
dj Fift^nth.! 

SiXjtebnthJ I 

Se.venteeniih. 

Kifchieentli. 
djGW Ry. 
Tweplty-thirc . < 
iWela'ty-fourtli. 
1 We3ty-fif thj 
TWe^ty-sixtl}. ,' 
Twenty-seventh. 
Tvyetity-eighfli. 1 
Tvverity-ninth. 

Thirtieth, j 
State Fair Grc unds 

Walnut AvenueMSee e Wa [nut st.) 

Warwick iDijive—East froB i Cope tyrive to 
Burn ham ave, first south of [Kingman 

, We'.; ! : 'I j ., \ : ' j 

Washington Avenue (No^th Des Moines)— 
■ k Vest from Sixth avejto 20th, first north 
f College aye. | 11 

Washinktoi* » (North Dps Moinis)-VVest 
rcjm l^th to;20th;|8eco)(id| north of [Col- 
lege ave. 

Des 



rom jlst tofeth, prst 
dni. 




Se<ond. 
TMd. 

fomh. 




Moine^)—South 
northeast of Jef- 



Ington E— From e 2it 



ilb' ir, first 
rd. 



npjrth oJ 



j; to and. beyond 
Easton Boule- 



u 



DES MOINES CITY DIBECTOKY. 






Washington Avenue— East from Des Moines 

I* river to Penuaave, and from junction 

)! of Penna ave and Saylorville road 

east to Delaware ave, fourth north 

■of North. 

.Penuaave. 
; E Nintk. 
V Twelfth. 
' " Thirteenth. 

C. ' 

E Fourteenth. 
: C & N W tracks. 

E Fifteenth. 

Van Biiskirk ave. 
1 E Eighteen! h. 
' " Twentieth. 

Delaware aye. 

Washington Avenue (North Des Moines)— 
West! from Sixth ; ave to 20th, first 
' north^ of College (State). 

>) r atson Avenue— (Old Orchard Beach)— 
•West| from Saylorville road to William 
and beyond, fourth north of Riverside 
ave. ■ . . 

Wayne— North from Eastou Boulevard to 
Washington ave, first east of :e li)th. 

Weaver— North from North, first west of 

1 Thirtieth. 
Webster ((South. Park)— South from s side 

of Indianola aye to Hillside ave, fifth 

southeast of 7th St bridge. 

West (West's Addition)— East from Esh- 
baugh ave to Kneal, third south of 
Market. 

Western Avenue— (See 28th). 

Wheeler4East from 18th to C G W Ry, first 
north of e Court ave. 

Wicks (jBallard Addition)— North and 
. south. 

Wieland ; (South Riverside Park)— North 
from 'Franklin to Riverside ave, eighth 
east of e so 9th. 

Wilbur— North from Easton Boulovard to 
and beyond Washington ave, fifth east 
of Delaware'ave. 

.^Tfiley— (See D). 

Willoughby Aveiiue (Willoughby Place)— 
East from four blocks beyond Dela- 
ware ave, sixth north of Easton Boule- 
vard. 

Willow— East from 4th to Des Moines 
river, second north of School. 

Witter (Jack's Plat)— North from Maury, 
fqurth east of Gilbert. 

Wilson (York's Choice)— Continuation of 
Lyon east from City Grounds, second 
north of e Grand ave. ' 

Wood Aveiiue— West from Western ave to 
Newcomb ave and beyond, second 
north of Kingman ave. 

Woodland Avenue — West from 10th to 
Park, second 'north of Grand ave. 
Twelfth. 



Fourteenth. 

D, 

FjftBenth. 

Sixteenth. 

Seventeenth. 

Eig ytejenth. 

Nineteenth. ^ 

Twentieth. 

Twenty- first. 

Woodland Cemetery. 



Twfuty-i 
Twenty-* 



■fourth. , 
'wenty-eighth (or We|steri[i ^,ve). 



Unopened to 
Newcomb ave. 
Unopened to 
Glover Lane. 
Greeuwood Lane. 
i Maiden lane. 
Paijk lane. 

Yale-j(See n Fifth): 

York-rf North from Hubbell tp Washington, 
fifth east of Des Moi ' k 



les n 



Yountr- South from Maury to 



river, first west of e 



vbV. 



so2£d 



Des Moines 



PARKS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

■|i f !• I I 

Brewer's Hall— East ' side Bti ave, third 

north Euclid ave. j 

Caledjmiau Hall-520 Walnut. 

Capital Insurance Buildi ng— 416 Fourth. 

Capitol Building— Grand avs tind e Ninth, 
elWalhut and e Eleventh. , 

Capitij Grounds— E Grsnd ave, e Ninth, e 
Walnut and e Eleventh. 

Churoli Block— 217-219-221 Locust./ 

City Hall— Second, nortliwjest cor Locust. 

City illali (East Des Moines h-41 1 413 e! 

Walnut. i 1 

i n 

Clapp Building— Fifth, southwest cor Wal- 

■njjt. '. : . 

Cole's, : Block— Court ave Southeast cor 

■ *ph. . ' ■!■ j' ; ' ■ 

Continental Block— Walnut, southwest cor 

Sixth ave. ■; 

CremtniaHall-417Wainut. ( 

Crocker Park (Prospect Parfe)— Betweea 
Sixth ave and Tnirbsentli, north of Col- 
lege ave. M i | I 

Bes Moines Driving P irk-f Western ave, 
bet C, II I & P Ry a ncj Raccoon river. 

Drake; University— Norf h, bet ' ?wenty- fifth 
and Twenty-seventa. ! 

Druhjs Hall-Over 213 Walnut. 

Eagle BIock-409411 Walnut. 

Equitable Block— 201 Fifth. 

Equitable Building (The)— Sixt i, northwest 
cpr Locust. 



1 

'.jEsslcj 



I 



Fos 



Lit, 



t 



'! 



southeast 
uide Walnpf, 



alnut, southeast: 



Building+Sixth, 
rand ave. 

Excliiinge Block-)- -Wain 

hhird. 

Flyni Block — Locust ' 

I {jhventh. ; • 

Fotstir Block-| South 
Ffth and Sixth ave| 

t€?rs Opera House-fW 
; Mr Eighth; 

German Odd Fellows Hiill|-E First} soilth-i 
|)jvBSt cor Walnut. ' 

Globe BIock4r4pi| Walmkt 

Ootid' Building -|- Wain 

Fifth, i 

JQojl^- Templars Hall— * 
e£st cor Seventh. 

b'ordlo: i*s Hall— Grand 

.' je Sixteenth. I ' . - 

Government Building- 



pet Locust 
northwes 



it. 
lit, 



yiin Blockj dot £h- 
Etvo, s^ujtjhea^ipfir 



^ast'pof Fifth. 

GoVer: ldr Square — E 
Fourteenth. 

Graiid Opera Hoi se— 31{ 

Hanie i*s Hall-Over 5'^ 



Harris Hall— Walnut, #pr 
Sixteenth. 

■Hawkey e Insurance 

Fourth. 



Hibernian Hall- 
Holiber^r'sHal 



Iliad 



312-3 



;hwfest corner e 
Mldipig — 2t)7-209 



Tlfe)— South w€ it 



Walnut 



Iowa Loan and Trust 
Fith. 



Iowa State | Fair 
1 ni s e Grand 

Knigh-iof Pythh 



rou n 

ave. 

i 

as Hall 
s Hall -Oter 415 



lynch 

Market Square 

! .Fourth. ; \\ 

Marke; Square 



'East 



pas 



rKe 

iFiitfi and Siith 

qui 

Lolcust 



^ai l qukrdt 1 Bloc £-Fif tf 



asoni 



lei 



Tcmiple^ 



Marki;, bet Thijrd and 



^-•704 W 
E)i0 W 



southeaBi 



lianics Hall 

ooW'r Block 4 Walt} 
Fourth. 

[ovtelt] Bloclc-^}L|oeu8t, ftort 

ic 1 



e 



DE8 MOI5 



tfl 



•i. 



northwe* t? 






and 

cor : 

cor •,. 

i, 

bet-: 






j0r 



B G1TI DIfiE 



(JT 



ORY. 



dq MoWS Hair toast Jes Moines)— E 
GfaW ave, southeast cor Sixth. 
>«dd Fellows! Hall— Xfyrt^|e;i it cor Sixth land 
Fort st ayes. 

ri&l Block— Walnut, n(j>rtjh|east cor Ninth. 



I Our Circle Hall- -Ov>r 5 



cor College] 

'liiiirist Block-< 08 Lociist 
4tiaifn|BIock--llO0 Wulriii't 



rtj ave, 

i ! 

Washingto l, 



Fourth. 



Lo 



north- 



afcid 



Hist. 



Fifth 

8 e Loeustj 

cor jEight 



fl Building-207213 

. f i . . 
3 s— Eastern! termi- 



and 



1 



U-062 



Sixth. 



iide)r-Yin<! 

1 ' » r 



E.lniit. 
j,' .'nil 

j t, 1 



G04 Wilnut. 1. 



I 



i-E 

1 



r, nortlvrvesi cor ? 




ie, 



iftst do r 



l^itjidgrap:i 
ijid Blank 



ra. 



] 



oik C61 nty Cbu|rt Houfce 
i^ C<j(uit ave. 

\f& Mbe Buildfing4Coiir 
{(■■■ISwSifth'" 1 r l 



Brainard Hall -Shth avp, north 



45 



ojs offlW) Building (East 



fTtff 



liV3, 



( State Grand avej 
'rfblici Lu)rary-)Grand 

aws<jn BIock-hLocus 
Eighth. 

legjister BuDlding-^Coi^rt 
car Fjurth. I 

eiik(ng Block— Walnbti, 
[Eighth. 

'rHdll-O 



7|Cutu, opposite 

ive, not'thsast 

e$ Moines)— ^1^- 



ocust. 



m, 






Fifth, 



.uort}iwest;cQr 



' 



iico'sj Hall-^Over e so f \vj 
, tobjbijhs jBuildin ?-l 113 1 \h 
IRoljins Block— Nortlheait 

Secburgeii Block— Waldut, 
r M'ftih. 



State Arsekal— Firsltj-'soi tliWBstJcor Loc ist. 

^tafie ■ Wsubnce Building -^19-223 Fourth. 

State jSqukre — IWailkoiT; G, Maple and 
Thirteenth. I 



Stubbs Bjotek— 4i0-412 e 






s 



rostel I Bl >ck— Sixth ay6 , 
Locust 

oraet Bldck-612-d22 (£ijau|i av^. 
or$e Block— Northjeast 



ti 



ive, southeast 
northeast 



Loc 



Third. I 

iVaMrfs Jlall-^E Sixth 
1 lLocust. 

Wh 



bor\ 



rthwest 



cor 
fth and Enos. 



cor 



iff 



Twenty-iifth. 
co^r Fourth knd 

nqrtheast cor 



I 

JSt.j ; 

northeast epr 



•50^ Walnut an^ 

i .1 
. ^northeast cor 



te'Sf* Blocks-University place. 
. - Mot Bhck-^VS 415,Walbut. ! 
t-BuW lien's phrisHah lissobiation Build- 
ngp- Grand ave, nortfiwest corner 
ourth. 



auhgermaE 1) 
! Muibdrdy. 



iiZoolpjIcail (Jar len —'Like.] 




ew 3 r o*k 






\ , 



\ » 



ock- 



-Fifth, 



nd Ovid. 



porthyest cor 




ave, 



lfintfers Binders 



• 



(8ee left bottom lines 



between 




•J 



» 1 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 




Cor. 4th and Walnut Streets, 



Ides mdines, igjwa. 



Eat^S: '$2.00, $2.50 « 
••• PBR Df\Y. • 



The Business Center, 



Teleg 



Railroad Ticket Offices in th 



F.'O. 





V 



Election first Monday in Apjil levery ' 
eje i yeaij. Council neets first Mori day id 1 
eaci niontjh, 9 i. mi, at City Hal /uorttij,, 
wei t corner Iiocust and Second streets. ! 'K t 

Afayorj-Cyrus C. Line. ,1 ,• ■ ■ i [ 

City Treasurer— Charles A. ,Jlyaen. % 

t ity Auditor—Thai a^s Watted .if ■ ;! 
■i sst- City Aiiditor^ -Dennis C. t lallaran, * 
City GYerfc-^Bobert 3. Dennis. ([■... :^ 
<<m. (7i% CZerfc— V\i|liam'M. Lfwis. ^ 
[ tty Sdlicitbr— Hij^ h] Brennan. ! j: * 

^ss£. CW# Solicitor -William H Bhily. a 
( % Engineer.— Jai nes Oarss. 1 | 

i .&& (7% i^ty tweeto -Baijnabas Si hjreirier . ^ 
1 Mice Judge— Fran k Eggleston J 
iWfcfe C/erA|-Fran[cT.|Blyler. j 
( 7«e/ of Fire Department— Mariifc ; Mel 
aiicer. 



fast. Ghfef\of Fi: 
Uo narch 



'e'.D^/iar^mem 



j i' 'uperiritendent of ^Markets— Phlliti Nau 

( Uvy Marshall— Fri 61 Johnson . f 
r \l)eputy Marshftll—Z. J. Shaffer! 

U/icense Collector— JWiiliara jri. pal:fer. 

\ttnard of Pilbli6 t Works- -Robert ° ir " 
bine; Rufus Ll Chasi.j,' 

yark Comtiimon%T$~M.. T/ 



J$hij ! F. Rolliosjlfo 



Itfeet Commission^ -i-Park G. Wi 

Henry! C 



Fairall. secifeia^y. 



S 



Russell, n 



ns. 



Sidewalk Commissioner 

COMMON^ COUNdlL 

! President pro tern- -Henry M. Ro 1 1 
V Alaevniet-af-. Lnrgi —J . Scqtt t opdrell, ] 
H inry M. Rojlinsi .1)1 

Fvrpt TTrtrd-f-Nath m B. Vertreef ; j 

Second Ward-fJ. Jl. Shankland\ 
Third Ward—K. G . McEldery. 
Fourth rar^-William Hall, Jrl 
!Fi/Wi PFa^df-Willi inJ W. Wise. 



fJohni- 



Fink- 



?ta?i PTareZ~I|rank p. ijfossey. 
Seventh Ward 



DEPART! 



. President— C 



$, HarveV Deajti. 
NTOFlHEAtTjH. 



Secretary— R 
"ity 



The 



- 4ss/, 



Lane^ 
.„.«, .y— « r r - Dennis]! j 
Physician\\-E&. E. Doijr. 



Cip PRINTtER. 
Daily Capital. 



ENGINEER^ DBPA 



r T 



:UMEFT. 



Engineer^ amks Carss. 

G'% J£n^neer— Barnabas Sjchreiner. 



I 



Fire pepartmbntj. 

Headquarters Fire Department, Seco 
ner Grand avenue. , -i ' 



son. 
Wind- 






cojnerjixrana avenue. ,-j ■ ■; j 

Jlkrljin Melandcr, chW engineer; Jojhn 
Wj Monarch, assistant ctiict engineer. 



FIRk ALARM. S 






TATiONS. 



nd 



h ; 



12U-Fourth and Vine, 
134-Twenty-second lirid jCottage >Gro 

I j i Javenue. j | 

14^Eghthand Monroe, 
15rf Twenty-four :h ana Nor 
2l^Third andsChirt kVeuuc 
53ififourth and 'Walijttt; ^ 
2 i^-rSixth aveand ^alnujt. 
^5— Seventh and Lbcualt 
SSj-EighthandWainiifc. 
alU-Second and t rand atenMe. 
J:3^Fifteenth^np Grind 
1 4— -Ninth and Grand! avenue. 
85~Sixth and Stote. ! 
38-FifthandyiHe(ES). 
Sr^-FirstandCffiter.iT 
4MEngineH5u^No l .|4. 
42*iSeventeenth and Crobker. 
4k— Tenth and Center. 



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avenue. 



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DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



44— Sevastopol (City Hall). 

45— Seventh and Allen (E S). 

46— Sixth and School. 

51— Sixth and Grand avenue (E S). 

52r-£ngine House No. 3 (E S). 

53— Fourteenth and Walnut (E S). 

6i— Second and Walnut (E S). 
* 63— Engine House No. 2 (E S). 

71— Fifth and Court avenue (E S). 

72— Eleventh and Court avenue (E S). 
. 73— Ninth and Hubbell (Capitol Park). 
* ' 74— Fifth and Elm. 

* 

DIRECTIONS FOR GIVING AN ALARM 
OF FIRE. 

. Kej holders will be particular to observe 

the following rules: , 
1. To give an alarm, go to the nearest 

box, open the door, pull the- hook to :the 
' bottom of the slot once and let go; then 

close the door. 

•■'• 2. Do not pull the hook if the fire bells 

or small bell in the box is striking, as that 
, indicates that an alarm has already been 
• given. 

3. Be particular to remain at the box 
until the arrival of an officer of the fire 
department, who will re|easo the key, or if 
circumstances will not permit' remaining," 
then the proper officer will return the key 
to the holder as soon as convenient. 

4. Key holders, upon changing their 
locations, will please return key or leave 
word with chief of tire department, corner 
Second street and Grand avenue. 

LOCATION OF CHEMICAL ENGINES. 

Chemical Eugine No. 1, Second and| 
Griind ave. j 

Chemical Engine No. 2. sq. Sixth and| 
Monroe, William Scott, captain. 

Chemical Engine No. 3, e Twelfth and 
Lyon, Henry Strauss, captain. ■ ; 

'LOCATION OF i HOOK AND LADDER 

TRUCKS. j 

Hook and Ladder No. 1, e Fourth and 
Walnut, Henry Strauss, captain. 

Hook and Ladder No. 2, Second and 
Grand ave, William Scott, captain. 

•LOCATION OF HOSE COMPANIES. 

r. i 

■ ; Hose Company No. 1, Second and Grand 
ave, M. Riggs, captain. 
.'• Hose Company No 2, e Fourth and Wal- 
ifut, Joseph Roddy, captain. 
l . Hose Company No. 3, e Twelfth and 
jLyon, Henry Strauss, captain. "; 

Hose Company No. 4, Eighth and School] 
. W. Gutshall, captain. 
u Hose Company No. 5, Seventeenth and 
Crocker, Joseph Murphy, captain. j 

h Police I)epartment-(Clty Hall). ! l 

". ' *red Johnson, Marshal; Charles J. Shaf- 
fer, Deputy Marshal; George P. Morgan, 
Captain; A. J. Butiuv Sergeant; R. Mj. 
[Thompson, James Bain, Detectives; Thorn 
jLoosj City Jailor. ' 



fe 



Patrolmen— C. M. Aylesworth, George 
Bachelor, James Bain, Aj H. Crum, J. W. 
Crumbacker, J. J. , Collins,. R. Cowen, A. 
M*. ClarW, H. Cohen, J. HI Daniels, O. T. 
Downing, W. H. H. Garrett; Samuel Ha- 
worth, j! Osade Hector, \A\ W. Hull, J. 
Havens^, Charles M. Kirk £Jlay Lewis, A, 
McLaitju George W. McNtajt, A. G. Miller, 
William Marts, William Means, Ora Miller, 
J. S. Page, H. Reich, GL [Rosenberg, J. 
T. Roaja\ Fred Seidler, r ^hj)mas Sweeney, 
W. H. Sumner, Thomas j Shevers, T.jJ. 
Stevenson, Ed Sunberg George Taylor, 
Williaih Turk, R. M. 'jfjiompson, J. M. 
Wharton. 

RATES OF F^RE Al 
CITY ORDINANCE 
PUBLIC CARRIAGE 



THORIZED BY 
RiELAlTVE TO 
/. iEl'C. 



wi'rier or driver of t 
b[ herdic or other' 



his chapter, shall 
n I receive not ex- 



Sectjon 13. That the 
any omnibus, carriage, 
vehicle licensed under 
be entitled to demand 
ceedingtwenty-tive cents- ( ^5c) for each p'as- 
sengerj conveyed any disjtynce not exceed- 
ing onje mile. 

For each passenger \ ojvir one mile; and 
underjtwo miles, fifty can js(50c), For each 
passenger with trunk, one mile and under, 
fifty cents (50c). : For feacty passenger with 
trunkj over one mile ajnd finder two miles, 
seventy- five cents (75c ji Each additional 
passenger of the sam^s (party, tjventy-five 
ceuts (25c). Provided 



hat sixteen blocfy 
And th,ey shall be 
above rate when 

between the hours 

d 6 o'clock a. m., 
rj| each passenger. 
e, when employed 
p dollars ($ I 50) 

or each additional 



shall Constitute a mile 
entitled to add to tn 
said service is rendere 
of 12<Velock at night 
twenty-five cents (25c 
And are entitled to ch 
by the houjr, one and 
for the first hour, an 

hour, onej dollar ($l)l|a|ifd they are hereby 
requif-ed to convey anj passenger carried 
J)y them to such partjjcff the city as he or 
she uiay require. 

Children upder five years of age acconi 
pany: ng any person who has paid full fare 
shall not be charged fare, and children 
between the ages of five and ten years 
shall .{only be charged fcalf fare. Any per- 
son violating anv of the provisions of this 
ordinance shall be sub;ect to a fine of not 
less tlhan five nor more than one hunared 
dollars. 

SCH< 

BOARD OF 

' West Des Moines^ 
Fifteenth and Centei 



OLS.' 

DOTATION. 

Office, High SchooJ, 
Orom. Bpwenl presi-. 



dent; J. M. St; John, secretary; George 
G. \y right, treasurer; Frank |B. Cooper,, 
superintendent. Directors: Crom. Bowen, 
C. li*. Dahlber^, Eanjojne Mott, D. D.. 
Flehiing, George R Eenry," A. L. .Smith. 
Board meetings: Firs ; Tuesday and third 
Mon'day oieach montli. I 



d: ss m 




P!rihir 
w& c, 75 



f» 



Tuition for non-RaiiUnt lupils 
j and. Granrniar gi aides, jer w 
fcnts; High Scfiojal, pep week, $1.20jj Hay* 
ible for each teirm in idvaneel. j 

igh School j-QpvXiv and Fifteen* 1 i; H. 
r.lKincaid,! pripcjippl: Miss Joella G ] wdy, 
Clky D. Slinker, [Louise E. Hugheaj Mary 
B. f Johnson, Sadi^ Mi Loring, ' h unie 
Howe, A P M. Bunani:, Mrs; R. ^jMHer. 

| fyird tfc/too^\ Tooc land (ave, 'sojuieast 
co): Twenty-first; M. D:'Na|3h, principal, 
Viola Kinyon.'jCharl )tt}e B. Page, jf attie 
MfcManima, Lizsie Idniundson. ICiider-, 
jajrten, Anna Lo 3kw )o&, principal j '. Sdith 
Slmer, Flora Lai :d. ■ j .' ' j , .', . | ( 

Cooper School- -Esatl aide Twel:;fii. be- 
tween $chool ^fed JJjoRh 'sts; HeRnX). 
Crandall, principal; Vlattie Li Co*! Uhjir- 
lotte M. King, Mi ir£a ret Walker/ Am laide 
Lairdj Gmce B il tjr. ; «.| , 1 * 

Crocker Schoti-±N)rth side Schxl* bet 
Sixth and Seveqtl i sts; ^ohn A, Kleipprge, 
principal; I Eliza George, Mary] (Dioper, 
Einpia Jl Cressey. E lith A. Mortpr JSdary 
MbClelland, ElfaF. ^oinsonJjFldrM >e A. 
Eyerett, Emma Ha vkinsl Sadte Hoare, 
Laura P. ' Matt! ew* , Rbse : |M "Vlmpnt. 
Kindergarten, ^zzic M. Willis, pr n jjpal; 
Liipy M. ^Ullei], assr stent; Daisy (j Ipaird 
ari<J Sadie Qalbra ithi volunteers. ' .' j 

^rankUn Schoii^()r<mkerijion\hl\iA\t cor 
Twelfth ;j Lydia A, iergerj pr i\ jipal; 
Jpsephene j Taylojiv Shiran |\ [/Browne, 



IlkECTOEY. 



49 



Jessie Chandler, ,Cla *a C. Matthews, A#a 
AV McClelland,! Maj William^ G ?j: 




trude 
uuiu, uuu»» |ijuiu. 4inderg|arier n 
Warr, prinolp^li Mai d A. Davis, 'as 
Flcra Laird I and! Cha rlotte Vincent, Molun- 
tccrs. | j i ■ . ' 

, mrjleld , Schoi>l—T lir d , bet Ghesti 
[C^iiter, Mary S.Frec erlck; pr|nc|pn 
riejM. Buci anan,' Margaret R. Geo 
B^waterj LizzielLawer^ Elizabeth ,_ 
\Qrant 8iho0lj-j?otQ8t jave befci Oi 
Grove . avei ne ajnd 4 tkjng. AJrs.j J 
Hanna, pijincipal; I sua pchmeltze' 
■M. E. C. Mc Nichols J lelenM. Lee, I. 
Cark, Anfna L Bridley. Kinder 
Flora J.lHsnryJ pri lcjptd; Emma 
fejter/ assistant; Marjp R. Dewey ani 
Elmer, volunteers. 

. mawthorr e pdliooll-QrbckeY, noM west 
corner j Sevedte'entl . I Olive iMc 
prihcipal ; Anne A! H ollar d, Ella Cu 
Bertha D.! Smitl Mary E. Cunnii; 
Emma Jacksohl F oreiice R. SI: 
%ry St. J(»hn,)JL)elin H. Palmer 
garten, 'Daisy E. Huntington, pri 
K|. Belle Barnan , as nstlant; Georgia 
and flattie Buthh% volunteers. 

Bowe School—. ?lec sat t, south 1 east 
Center st. Margaret JJristow, pri 
l|lie Ganz : Stella E . Si nith. 

Irving School -Pleasant, northeljsVcbr y 
T|etoth. MissA r M. Mortoa, principi j fan- 
ni i s «P]ee J Nellie U.\ (Howard, as^^tant, 



nins, I : 
hatn, y 
infer, ' 
adter-; 
jipal; J 
orthV 



)tuer 
;ibal| 



Cailoline J. , Ha,rveyJ Ctrl Qha^e, Josie 
vjJackspn, MinuieAJ C irley, ^UceE. Curtis, 
(An lette Rice, M. i^. Wright, Jeannette 
I : Go dsl)erry, Christine Ben Jon, Josephine 
iChiipman., KiudeygarteBl Jessie E. Dicks, 
'j pri icipal; ]E(fith Eln er, assistant; Eliza- 
|'beti Lymiip, yoluitejr. j; 
11 lincolnJSciwol^milbeTvj, cor Ninth. 
1(8 SJ M.. Gliso|n, Jprintipal; Mary E. 
:\ Stein, assistant; Addie L. {Harvey, Nellie 
j Ca 'en, Nevada Sndjtt, Miii;hie L. McCall, 
Terence E. Hedges, Mrs. JBelle Doming, 
izzie D. Pierce, A^ic( C. p\11son. Kinder- 
ai ten, Julia Morrifion, jrincipal; Clara 
'. Ricknell, assistant; Maiie Dunkle and 
il le- Weaver, volun);aer^. | j i 
Washington School? ^Jli\\i\dQ ave, (South 
t r e i Moines) Mrs.] Minnite T; Hatch, prin- 
' pip il;, Julia E. Cobp^r, Appea Hanrahan, 
I Mi inie E. Sherman, OCmily E. Herte, Mar- 
?ai et] Guthrie? Abbie j Mctiuire. Kinder- 
,?aiteii, Mrs. S. |M. .V^m6n,i principal; 
Ali ce Leachman, assiitant. | , J f! 

Special 2<eac/4er^— t.osemorrison, Super- 
i vis )r of Kindergai^tetfij; J^ldry A. Roberts > 
Su >ervisor of drawing. 

' ' \achcr\ of Sciences— E. R. Call. 

r J 'he teachers have n ot liein assigned and, 
-he ugh teaching t» -he buildings men- 
tioned, are. subject :o transfer by the 
^>u )erintendeht. I ' i 

'i . r ■ ■ i- ■ , i .. i < 

ndependent PuJ^Iif Sd^qol Districts. 

J 'orest Some fHii h)r-Forept ave, cor 
Th rte^nth, Louisa J^tteisonj principal, 
kindergarten, Emm« sWJtti iand Mattie 

,o|is-.|, . ■' ' I I 
orest Eome-^Dr. Geo. {IJ _ , 

dfvin Conrad, sjacr»taify , ( f&;\ '6. Green, 
repurer. Boardj q::' Directors; "~ 

piSgsbury, H. Keemir, Gib. 1 Royal 
Da lm, E,B. FaJgab, f. (|. Kinfe. 

Xaktinbl— Fifth 'heat Ccjllegfe ave, Mary 
/ O. Buchanan, .principal] 
} Ma ry Howell, princip al. 

V. lake ^arfe— Sixjh nve 
| Dai rie (McKay, pijinc pal. 
AH 3e Campbell, print [pal. 

L urnf riU— -TwentjMfi rst, 
J. lacy, principal.. Ki^ergarten, Alice 
JemeyJ principal.) 

•Fast pes Moines j-J, H. Koops, president; 

"h: tries E. Rossiter ! s6(xet»ry; John |S. 

c^uiston, treasu|rer A ijos Jliatt Sup^r- 

nt< mdent. . Directors i' J 

o >ns, W. H. Heatot ; W| 

O. Heggen, A. K. SteWart 

High School— £ Court alve, cor Tweift 
ElrierH: White, printaipa 

Cary School— In High 
Jei nie Kreigb, principal 

i tcptt School— E\ T'lr^teb 
Ma ry C. . Askren prin< ijpal 

J lenton School— E Slf a,w|, 
Pe irson, principal. 



I !f>^aj, president; 
). Green, 
! A. £. 
al, C. C. 

„_ _,ve, Mary 
Kindergarten, 

icor. Franz ave, 
^Kindergarten, 

near Clark. E. 



7* ■» >»^»*^w» a^^^Av-uM. 

S. Brown, J. H. 
. K t English, J. 

School building, 
ntb, cor Lyon, 
cbrjTwelfth,Etta 



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DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



( Bremer— E Des Moines, bet First and 
! Second, Ella Goodrell, principal. 

ftryant— Penna ave, cor Grand ave, 
Georgia Warrick, principal. ! 

: Xhtftis— E Sixteenth, cor Raccoon, Ella 
M^lone, principal. 

?Elmwood— North, sw cor Thirtieth, Eva 
Kjjihn, assistant principal. 

'^Emerson— E Sixteenth, cor Maple, Dora 
Cfooks principal. 

' j< LongJ&Uow— Pine, bet Maple and Walker, 
Stbl C. Jeffries, principal. i 

$ Lucas— E Sixteenth, cor Capitol ave,',f 
Aimanda jVlorey, principal. 

f ' Webster— E Twelfth, cor Lyon, Amanda 
Morey, principal. 

Supply Teachers— Mable Kidd, Grace 
Cunningham, May Beezley, Gussie Wheel- 
,or, Winnie Rees. 

;« Pleasant Hill— Thirtieth, one mile north 
of North. 

CAPITOL PARK SCHOOLS. 

j- Board-S. W. Baker. D. F, Witter, 
i. George Rankin, John Koenigsb.^rger, A. 
.1 W. Guthrie, George W. Baker. 
;' ^S. W- Baker, president; B. F. Maricle, 
secretary; W. W. Wise, treasurer. 

High School— East Thirteenth,, cor Polk, 
J. A. Callison, principal; Lillian Page, 
Aletha Barr, Ora E. Barlow, Josie Wheeler, 
• Mrs. S. M. Kane, Edna Locke. 

Pleasant Corner— East Fourteenth, cor 
Washington, Mrs. Cora Maricle,"" assistant 
n principal; Mary G. Mock. I 

WARD BOUNDARIES. 

fARD AND VO-tlNG PRECINCT 
4 BOUNDARIES. 

^i First Ward— The first ward shall em- 
1 brace all of that portion of the city lying 
westof a line described as follows, to-wit: 
j Beginning on the south line of the city in 
J" the center of section twenty-one, in range 
\ twenty-four (24), running thence north 
;! through the center of said section twenty- 
P one (31), and through section sixteen (10) 
•j ' and a part of nine (9) to the middle of 
\\ Raccoon river; thence westward along the 
channel of said river to a point directly 
slputh of the southern terminus of the 
middle of Nineteenth; thence north i to 
(Wrand ave; thence east on Grand ave to 
Seventeenth; thence north on Seventeenth 
to the north line of section five (5) in town- 
ship seventy-eight (78), range twenty-four 
(24); thence west on the north line of said 
section to Twentieth; thence north on 
'liwentieth to the Des Moines river; the'nc6 
along the middle of the said river to the 
ijorth line of the city. 

' ; Second Ward— The second ' ward shall 
include,' all of the territory lying east oj 
the first ward, west of a line beginning! at 
a poiut.in the middle of the Raccoon river 



■>!! 



)! 



where it is intersected by a north and 
south lirje /running through the center of 
section qine (9); thettce north through the 
center of said section' nin y (9) to Market; 
thence west on Market tc Tenth; thence 
north on Tenth to Pleasant; thence west on 
Pleasant] to the qllley immediately' east of 
lot two (2) in subdivision of lots three (3) 
and) four (4) of Rcjse's addition; thence 
north on said alley to Park; thence ea'st 
on [Park to Elevetth; tnence north on 
Eleventh to Jefferson; thence west' on 
Jerfersoji to the w<ist lina of ( the plat of 
■' Prospect park; thence directly north to 
the DesJ Moines river; t lence westward 
along the middle pi the siaid river to i the 
east boundary line of the first ward. 

%Third Ward— Tlio third ward of the said 
city shall embrace i\\ pf the territory lying 
east of the boundary lines of t(ie first and 
secloud wards above given and west of the 
following line: Beginning at the point 
above designated 'iiu section nine (9), as the 
beginning pbint of the east boundary line 
of the second war!; running thence east- 
ward ly do vhi the Raccoon river to the 
middle of Seventh streen bridge; tnence 
north to tbe southern terminus of Sixth 
aye, south cf Elm; thence north on Sixth 
ave to Elm; thence east qn Elm to Fifth 
thence j nojth " pn Fifth to Grand aye 
thence i west on Granil sve to Sixth ave 
thence ! norjth on Sixth i,vc tp Chestnut 
thence [east] on Cliestnutj to Fifth; tfienc 
north on Fifth to College ave; thence east 
on College ave- to Arlington i ave; thenc£ 
north oin ArlingtoE aVe to Sixtnlave; thene 
north on Sixth ave to tie middle of th 
Ij>.es Moines river; thencu dovp the sal 
river sputheastwardly to a point opposit 
the center of section thirty-five (35) ii 
township seveutylnine (19), range twenty- 
four (24), thence east to tie center of said 
section 1 ; thence ncrth through the center c f 
sections thirty-tiv6 (35), t venty-six (26) anl 
twenty^three (23), to the north line of tqe 
city. ! 



Fouith JFard-fThe fourth] ward sbajll 
that portion of the city 
lyiug east of the dast boundary lines of the 
first an|d third ws.rds, ani wejst'of the fol- 
lowing! lines: Beginning in the center pf 
sectiop twenty-tvro (22), on the south line 
of saic^ city, thence north through the cen- 
ter of sections fcv r enty-two (22), fifteen (]5) 
and ten l\6) to the , middle? of the Des 
Moines river; thnnee nmth westerly up tpe 
middle 1 of I the Djs Moines river to Sixp 
ave bridge when it crosses the said river/ 

Fifth Waril—Vhe fiftl watd shall cdn- 
sist of; all of the t portk n jofjthe said city 
lying feast of jth-j east boundaries of the 
thirnand fourth wards, and lying west of 
a liuq as follows, to-wit: Beginning in the 
midd e; of the Des Moimis riyer where it is 
intersected by :he center line running! 
north (through section ten (10), township; 



seventy-elgh 



thence eastw ardly ale Ingi 



(78), 



river to k point 



range twenty-foui 



north' on Seventh to 



pposite 



.Btothl War I 



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DE8 MOIiSESj OEnY, DIRECTORY 



hem 



iddled 



Seventh* tfence 



Locust; tience 



from Locust on Pehnj ylvaui^ ave to ft iplb; 
|thence wrest on Ida >lei to tfce centir of 
Pennsylvania ave pn the| north side oj: said 
street; thencB notth bn Pennsylyaniji ave 
to Fremont; thence least ob Fremolpt to 
Twelfth;' thance'i] ndhii on Twelfti u to 
Washington iv&;,}heace east en Washing-, 
ton alve to the east s;ct on line of section 
thirty-five (3 J) above referred to'}' 'tnence 
north on jthe east linos of saidsectiot and 
upon the east lines (I sections twenjp-six 
(26) and itwfmty-^reje (23), to the Worth 
lin« of tn$ ci^y. 

sh 



% 






(24); 
said 



orth 



1 be 
territory 



The sixth ward 
coraposbd of all .tfiat p^rticjta ofi . ._ 
lying easj; of ;he east* boundary liqes k the 
fourth and fifth w^rdnjapd \^est ojf t\ 6 fol- 
lowing fine, beginning! in the center pi sec- 
tion |tWenty-tpree J&3) 911 the south l|ie of 
said, city, range twenty-four (24j; thence 
north through the center 01 I se| -ions 
tweif|y-three|.23),!|ouiben (14j and e aven 
(11) to the l)es Momes rijver; tnepew u ) the 
middle of the said jrivt r to a point opt )sitj} 
and |sou|tn of the; sou ;hern .terminus} of e 
Sixteenth; thencej nortji on Sixteen) 1 • tb. 
Walker} thence iijortl [easterly on Wjklkef 
'and JEastbn Jtouleyard to. the easlt It e of 
sectibn !thirty-six!'[36) jthence north rard 
on tpe ba^t Jiju'es'pf s4id section thiny-six 



bur (24), and 6 



[ : 



sec- 



(3^), in tahge twenty- 

tions tWenty-f ive (25) knd twenty-fbu])t (24) 

to the north linei pi thi > city.' r / 

. Seventh Wcra-iThe seventh ward « 
comprise aflj that I iortio 1 of the 1 city 
east ! of jthe east lipe if the sixth waj 



ji 
above faxed. 



First 
person 



COOJl 



PRECINCT 



Ward 
of the 



river shall 



aj^'d jmefl) and six (6), . 
■second- electio a pn icinc t 



F 



rst 



P:ecinct-r All 



first wa:d south of th 



30ns 



said I ward' north 






ti;ute eleqtibjn 



cinct ,|No. 1 of the jirst ward". 

Seconal Prec inct t-^-l . ■ that portion 
first ward north 6: the Raccoon rivre 
sohth ofj (pentur and of the center lin 1 
pip^;ea^t;andfwest| through section t 



!rhfrd| Preci,ncVfAll tiat portion S 



BOUNDARIES. 



B 

Ahtfll 
ying 
d as 



that 
Elac- 
pre- 

the 
and 
ruri- 

s mil constituft 1 the 



of the first 



3f tie said secom 



ard/ 

the 

pre- 



cinct sball cbnstiiute I tjhte third elation 
precinct) of thi j first wa 

Second WaM—Arsth Precinct— all! that 
portion bf> the saic waid] soutti of Cr )Bker 
street shall coistit itetne first electioi. prei- 
pinctj of these cone; wafldl j 

pqcond iPrec inpt -All that portion lortn 

of Crocker street i n th j ■ same Ward, 1 hall 

l constitute tho second [election prejejinc^ 

therein. pi] - •• .; ' j ( ; '• ' 

j Tfiird\ Wan :-Fi rst 1 iecipct - All 
Fortiori pi; the said war! south of Cr<5 



that 
tker 

i' ; 



Mhall constitute thb jtirfet dliection precinct 
^heieinL . '' m ni 



$ icond Precinct— -^11 thjalt pbrtion of the 

$aic >vard north of Grocl^op find south of 

he Des Moines river uh^ll constitute the 

i^ecqna [election preii net in] $ajd ward. 



i 



% 



m 



Third Precinct ^— All thitlpbrtion of the 

l^ajc ward north of Jthe pes jMoines river 

hja. 1 constitute the thiifd jeilection precinct 

fjs lid ward. 



51 



Precinct— All that 



election pre- 



t ourth Ward— Ffrst 
)6r;ion of territory i^i the j fourth ward 
jou h of the Des Moines and Raccoon riv- 
ers shall constitute the first 
)in(t therein. . 

S' icond precinct-|All th^dt portion of the 
burth ward south Of Cjrofi ser and north of 
he Raccoon river snallj cp istitute the sec- 
nd precinct in said ward. ' 

Third Precinct— All that, portion of the 
aicii ward north of (procjke] • shall constitute 
hjBjthird election precunei in said ward. 

[fth Ward— First . Pre dinct— Ml that 
oriion of the fifth | ward south of i Locust 
,>ihall constitute election piecinct No. 1 in 
'»said warcjl ; < i ' 

1 ; Se cond Precinct— All thi ,t portion of the 
/jf if tk warjl 'between Locuaiiiand the north 
jline of section three (pXj shall constitute 
^election precinct No. 2 in 8|id ward. 
'! T nrd Precinct-f^ll t^iat Npprti^n of the 
Mf:h ward north of fhe ni>rth line of sec- 
; tic n threi»(3) shall constitute election pre- 
ijciijictNo. 3 in said ^ard^ : J 

^ Sixth-, TFar^Fitst Precinct-j-All that 
jportion of the sixth ward south of the D^s 
Moiies river shall cpnstitite election pre- 
■cindbNo.jl in said ward. j. 
'i Sejcottdj Prejeinct— AH thtt portion of the 
mxt 1 ward north of the Dus (Moines river 
;^ind south of Grand ave,' shjall cpnBtitute 
lelec ;ion precinfjtl Nrj. 2 ih eaid ward. 
'f: I Tlilrd rrecinct-rAll(thair; portion of the 
fsktli'warjd nortW of Grand! ave shall cbn- 
istitt te election precibct Np| 8|in said ward. 

|'}i Sipenth Ward\-Fi\fit pt|cinct-rAll tbat 
prtion of the seventh wirdiBouth of the 
hes Moines rivet sh^li ccjnfititufeo I election 
rec jnct No. 1 of said ward. j 

vJ Second if recirict- All thrit portion of the 
^eventh ward ^ortn of t|e[ Desi Moines 
ripre ♦ and least of the! east lines of section 
jelevm (11) and two (2), anefkbuth of Grand 
aye, and a line pxtendiolf directly east 
iron i the Oast tcjrmiims of the saicl ave, to 
the jeast Jline 6f the ' bity , |ljall constitute 
Wee :ion precinbt Nol 2 in Sjt.id ward. 
TiiirdPpcinct— AHithaiifortion of the 
veuth 1 ward west M\ the e Ut section lines 
■w t s< ction two 2) attd elevc ni(ll) ajad south 
W ^orth strefet fend nb]fth of "the Des 
ve 'shall contouW I flection precinct No. 



of 



3aid ward! 






F< urth ^reoinot— ^11 M 



» 1 l tQe remainder 

kf srid ward ^ shall constitute election pre- 

,J tfc : No. 4 pf ^aid ward. 1 

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DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



COUNTY AND TOWNSHIP OFFICERS. 

W. F. Cpnraji, C. P. Holmes, S. F. Bal- 
liett, Judges District Court. 

(imos W. Brfindt, Auditor. 

J. D. McGarraugh. Sheriff. 

Wm. Musson, Clerk of District Court. 

C. H. Dihvorth, Treasurer. 

Mrs. J. A. Hepburn, Recorder. 

W. A. Spurrier, State's Attorney. j 

G. B* Wicks; Jr., Surveyor. - I 

E. E. Dorr, Physician. 

I. W. Griffith, Coronor. 

W. A.- MeCord, Superintendent of 
Schools. 

Board of Supervisors— J . A. Brewer, 
First District; Wm. Christy, Second Dist- 
rict; Andrew Nelson, Third District; H. 
G. Iseminger, Fourth District; W. H. 
Zickefoose, Fifth District. 

Commissioners of Insanity— J '. M. St. 
Jb^n, president; O. D. Benson, Physician; 
Win. Musson, Clerk. 

Overseer of .Poor— Win. Christy, OUice 
327 East Fifth. Open Wednesday and 
Saturday afternoon. 

Soldier's Belief Commission ~ J . G. 
Rounds, chairman; T. B. Robinson, sec- 
retary. 

Township Assessors. 

Alleti-G. A. Wright. 

Beaver— J, W. McCurnin, I. W. Wilson. 

Bloomjield—J . A. Carman. 

Camp— H. V. McKiuney, Runnels. 

• Glay—W. A. Robinson; E. Crawford. 
Crocker— C. L O'Keeu. 
Delaware— Carson Reeves. 

* Douglas- J. H. Mathis, S. Trouth, Elk- 
hart. 

Elkhart— B.. C. Taylor, Elkhart.' 

Four Mile j 

Franklin— J . M. Crawford, Bondurant. * 

Jefferson— J. J. Frizer. 

Lincoln— F. L. Anderson, Huxley; Ern- 
est.Ahlberg, Sheldahl. 

Madison— C. Hague, Grimes. 

• Saylor— Tj J. Saylor, Saylorville. 

, Wahiut— J. W. Himes, Des Moines. 
Washington— Thomas Stilweli, Maxwell. 
Webster— J. A. Lightner. • 

V Township Trustees. 

Allen— J. T. Keeling, Avon. \ 

Beaver— James Walters, Mitchelville.i 

Blbomjield—J . B. Haudley, Des Moines. 

Camp-^ S. F. Clark, L. Bishop, Runnells. 

Clay— Robert Jamison, and B. E. F. 
Woodrow, Altoona. 

Crocker—A. C. Fisher Sa^oniHe. 

Delaware— J . M. Chaffee, Burwick. 

Douglas— 0, D. Hartsook, Bondurant. 

Elkhart— Frank Gear, Elkhart. 

Four Mile— J. C. Crewse, Adelphia. 

Franklin-d. W. Malone, W. S. Fair- 
child, Santiago. 

Jefferson— J A. Beck, Ridgedale. ' 



J 



Liticohi—R. L. iLcConn ill Crocker. 

Madison— John McLearL Polk City 
George Haspel, Shuldahl; Wl ! H Steadman 
Polk City, i ,. j 

Saylo^-#. H. Maley, Fafcfc De3l Moines 
W. L. Doke, Saylorville. | j ' 

Waln\it— L. P. B snnett, AsheWa. 

IVashmgton—W. E. Pari-jMaxwell. 

Webster— N. S. Eittgers Ridgedale. 

Township Justices of jthe Peace. 

Allejii-w. W. Keeling, afad xl A. Ray 
Avon. j 

Beavqr—J. M. Chaffee, Mitchellville; 

IHoomfeld—W . G. Palton and Samue 
Adams,; Des Moine i. j • ' 

Camp— W. W. Murray,) Ruonells,* ant 
W . J. \Varren, Ad dphi. j 

0Za?/4-James Porter, A tbona ; J. B. Per 
due. j ! j 

Crocker— Jacob Moecily, . Saylorville, 
and T.jW. Havens Ank(|riey. 

Delaware— Wm. Hamm eh E pes Moines 

Doufjlas-K. J. Williamson, JiUkart. , 
! Elkhart-L. N. Bell, tM S. J. iByersJ 
Elkhart. j 1 . j < 

/*W?j J/e7e— p, Ii. Gatsehell, ftisicjg Sun 
Fra?iklin—J. G. Cheney ' Valteria 
Jefferson— S . S . Hi rvey. f j , 
Let— J. H. Maley, J. 4 j^loo^a. 



Lincoln— N. S. Hellani and 



L 1 



Phil Berg 



S.Maxwelll 
and T. V 

Moines. ! . 



Townsli 



gren. 

Madison— F. M. Hell tjiis, Madrid anc 
Harris Eggleson, Polk City; I 

Walimt— H. L, Y3utz,aa|dW 

Washington— Gripho liane 
Starr.. : I. |!| ' 

TFeo^er— I. N. GrandcMlDes 

.'•-t-J. <• II' 1 ' 

I Township titerlcs.' 

i • I j ' 

Allefi— J. R. Wa 'nockmvon. 

Beaver— Marion Waiters! Mitchellville. 

Bloamjield—Weit City.Jpes Moines. 

Camp— J. B. Stewart.j Runnells. 

Clay— R. A. Crawford JAltocua. 

Crocker— J. L. Mller, Trent. 

Delaware— Luth er Belli Bervrick. 

Des Jl/oito^-W. H. Bt.lfer, Dfes Moines 

Douglas- C. W. Dodd jj Bondurant. 

Elkhartr-l. Hi Woodidw/Tjner 

ifywr Jl/i'te— E. E'. Reii iking, Rising Sun 

Franklin— W. $. FaiLehild, Santiago. 

Jefferson— W . JB. BagleV, Grunge*. 

Xee— TJ J. Cassfilberryf E. Des AJoines 

Lincoln— £,. S. Heggeij, Huxley.; 

jtf«c&sojj— G. E. ; Merr. ljl, Polk Ciik 

Saylor j-Ji P. Day, E JJtes Moineji 

JPato^-rJ. W.ilunt Campbell, 

Washinglo7i—J\ W. Laselle, tfaxjvell. 

Booster— Williii n M: l,ligan, brinies. 



p Constable! 



Allen— F. Gross oickl^ and |fran|cis My 
ers, Avon. | 

Denver— D. W.h'Wg 

Bloonifield—J. 11. Gifel, Des Moines. 

aaw^A. G, ^est, Runbelh, and W. A. 
Darling, Adelphl. 



1 



p\ 



DES MO 



snssj.c$T mrecjtory 



53 



Claij—l. A. Qgden. 
Crocker— §< W\. \f? 



.ltoona. 
ibler, Ankeny 



and 



i r 



u WalTful—T. m 
Valleyi Junction^ 

Wasfyingto n—j. 

Webker— Franc 



Officers of 



fillen— Wpi. Seid 



parley, secietai?,, 
i {Beaver— Martm 



A 



\c\mp- 



John Moebkiy, Crock 

i)etoar6--E.0Edwar(5s, ! Berwick', . 

i)es [Mowes— 0. S. Stewart and J. El He 
Miilen;. . j :■; : ij •- ' i ■ J M 

; Douglas— Writ. Stan! eld and W. B. Hall, 
Berwick. / ; . / ' ' '[ ' * ^ ; 

Elkliart— Heniy. Cunningham, E1M1 arjt. 

Four ''Mil\—% Bin^erd, Adelphj, " 
l)avidGatsciellj Pastil!. I ! 

.Franklin— J. p. Mp, ?ne,s Santiago 
DavidT^rawiordl Bon^rant) , j j 

Jefferson*— J. R. S\xt\b in, .Granger.' 

Lee-rJ. E. Briir er, J Ai Peterson. 
i Lincoln— Herman B irkey, PJjlE. 
<JahI. |"i j ; | ' ; | . , 

1 Madison-^-E. S. Schu tz, Madfjd. 

Saulor^mS. free aftd G. W. Wtfijeler] 
Saylorville 



e j Moines. , 

jfoVesf Home—F. C. King, president, Des 
cines'j p. 0. Greenj '|j secretary, Des 
cines] , i 

■ | Greenwood Party— W V M. McCainypres} 



Brown, John ^amj bell, 



Township 



and 
and 

i 
fchplj 



Denman, secre* 
tJhl, president^, 



i, 



inlap, 
)Urn, E. 

f,| " 
Sclioo 



M 

.3. _ 

i Di8t 



, Avon. 



-T. 



Lkmber: Sternberg, secretary, Mi 



J. hMon 



i F 



n,$our MHe\-K. 
jR^ngSun; 



.6 



president; . 



goineryj pres 



jt. 



Junction; W 



W J . j A. PHcei secifetarylj Bunnell's. 

(toffA. J. MdCleai^, president] Bon 
diiran t ( Henry pdf rie, it cretary, Alto ' 
melau)fire--Ghti$m JEeeves, pres J 
M. West, isecrblaryj 
Wum$—§, D\ Hart?ock, preside 
. Bain J secretary, i ! j 
Mfchtart-rQ. Hi Abralarb, president 
^e^ch, secretary- yElkbrt. ■ , 

C. Taylor, pres|$Bbt, 
( )ghbe rg, secretary 




(lei t, Des Moines; A. 
ttar^ D^s Moines. 
VI Mitaielmlle — r Jatiies 
i Mi' chelville ; 0. L. j Hjalrney, secretary, 
ichelville. . ■•■,' ' . : j ■ ': 

Oak j Dale— J }'K. Macbnber, president, 
es Moines-, Ni Mershon, secretary, Des 
ojnef 1; '., i'i'!.1 i I . ' J" 

, Fleamnt , Corner— D. -F. Witter, presi- 
dent, jpes Moines; B\ K. Merrich, sepre- 
tary, Des 1 Moines. JJ ■ . 
V;ii f?6Mj> City-^ConrtidL lug president, Polk 
i City; T. L. 0yer, secretary, Polk City. 

Woidlawri—ijci W. Garb mter, president, 
f lj)es Moines; Wilber Swop i, secretary, De^ 
"Motnefs.' i ( I 1 ! ' ' | 



'i: 



leeler, presybnt; 



Bjriduijaiit. | - 111 '• ., JijT r '■;■. IF ^' 
V^e?]so7^Jose|nh Herrod.l president, 
Gribies- J. K. Been, sec rbtjary, Grinfif . 
^alnut^j\ A.J]or4a4p Resident, \||fley 



rvm 
ok- 



: WfisHingtoh— Wb. E 



A. 



Altqpna;)R. 
toon a. 
^si uses 



:.a; 



qjentj; 

; J. 
H. 

^bt, 
bis- 



Rirjg.Sun. j , 'M ?■•■'•■ i- ' i i;]l-- ■ 
Franklfn-iB. \\tL J(hnson, president, 
ndiiijant; iJ. W- Hiiffmafi. secrMary, 



. mvis, e ecretaryj /Asl 



^airr, presi 



President! Bbb Moines 
secretary- De,s Mbines. 



Maxwell iS.'H. Uhl, secretary, MaxwHj: 
{Webstett-J.: A|r. Sjto^art, presi 
Grimes;. F. -'A. Tb!mlin£pn^ secretary 

Moines.' f ['• "•■:' !j \ ', ' 

i •( ; ,l . ■ i - I ; s ■ » I • . 
OFFICERS ipE^ENpi^T SCHOOL 

DE^MOlSES, i I 

i McCicnnor, presjdBnt, 

irawf 6 ^< I, secretary , Al- 



Vest 



es MoiTtes—Qrpn 
ieikt, Dbs Moines; G. J, V r 



n Bowen, presi^ 
right, secretary, 



iBLOOMFIELD TO 



Flrh] Grovc—Bobert M< Cormiqk, presi 



Relent JDes Mpines; El 
Pes Moines, 
M mrgr^n— Bruce 



i 



W 



tfSHIP. 



W 



^l)es||Moines; Lewis Grave's 
'Moiies. ' ' ' ' ' 



Woinfc— A. K. Stewart, 
J. S. McQuis 



ck S le 'iff, secretary, 

E. J)nis, president, 
'^esl I^Loines; W. D. Tro^ijidge, secretary, 
Jl)e$ Moinqs. 

*{ Jk'aptf Grove— -Truman Jonjes, president, 
j'De$ kpines; C. M. MacoEib)r^ secretary, 
|l)es l^lojines. 5 ' . 

^ Qtk Trover-Oscar Tavender, president 
ilDes Moines; Timothy J Dal j, S3cretary, Des ', 

doilies,/ '■ | ■ •): .' ' I " I '' 

\ark Avenue— (jr. Ti Thcim is, president, 



Albert Bel 



secretary, Des 



, r *oines; 

o(dcs. 

B ; ie Orovi -- John , Oodle V, preside n t, 
i^Dea Moines; 0! L. Meek, sij'cretary, Des 

ot iesv | 

i} ( airi View^—B. T. Brupakor, president, 
H - r ujBliaf C. Q, Garrett;, secre! ary; Aurelia. 
y\ Feasant Valley— 0. 0\ J)^nnell„ presi- 
^den,, Ajurelija; Patrick p(c 
i!Con merce. 
: \mmOrbvh-J. V. 






03 e, secretary, 



tyicfyqls on, president, 
sjcretary, Dee 
„ ; Moi|ies. ' ■ _ ! 1 '■ \; ■ l I 

,t; J R )ck Creek — Joseph Trariy, president, 
)5ay orvllle; J. A. McKetv^r, secretary, 
^aylorville. t j ; 

CBOCKEB TOW;^ SHH». 

Alqnis \— John Channon, president, 
tlCniiker; i Geprge Millir, secretary, 

<Jn)i;ker. | ; . I. . ; .- J ''• 

I ^1 ikeny^—B. A. Latn^soE ,' president. An- 
Jkeirrj-C.'H; Gross, sbcretiiy, Ankeny. 
|i Jrocken Center*-J6\in Yc ling, president, 

3^11; City; Ed Parmebter, secretary, An- 
^keajr. .." ■■ ; : . . i ■ | \ 

f> mankUn — ■ John Moec dy, president, 



■ri 



KilBrobele, 



secretary, Polk 



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DES M0INE8 1 CITY DIRECTORY. 



I SAYLOR"*Ofr^SfU£. 

Canary Lake-- P. J. Peterson, president, 
E JDes Moines; A. Holman, secrejtajy, E 
Des Moines. "' . I 

Venter— A, K. Campiel 
Moines;; T. Hi Kaon, 



. i Nagle— Webster Nagle, president, Say- 
1 fjorville; James Scott, secretary, Saylorj- 
ij-ilrille. j 

- Sexauer—J. B. Wagner, president, Ankj- 
eny; G. M. Smith, secretary, Ankeny. 
. Union— George Marts, president, Polk 
\ City; W. D. Marts, secretary, Polk City. 

jj LEE TOWNSHIP. 

k . Lower Agency— Josiah Wbeaton, presi- 

i\ dent, E Des Moines; J. A. Wilkins, secre- 

I tary, E Des Moines. 

No. 1.— Geo. B. CjLirran, president Des 

'" Moines; H. E. Martin, secretary, Des 
Moines. 

; Pleasant Hill— J. G. Waruock, presi- 
dent, Youngstown; Wm. Perkins, secre- 
tary, 'You ngstown. 
Sheldahl (Polk, Story and Boone Co's,)— 

• George Drury, president, Sheldahl; Yobs 

* Peterson, secretary, Sheldahl. 

LINCOLN TOWNSHIP. 






; Hickory Grove— James Fleming, presi- 
ij dent, Crocker; Cris. Thompson, secretary, 
I Ankeny. I 

i. Ives — Thomas Nelson, president,, Shel- 
dahl; Adam Boda, secretary, Sheldahl. J 
Norway— Eide Lars,' president, Huxley; 
^ Overt Tesdale, secretary, Slater. | 

a / , No. o. — Christ Lefemann, president, 
'• Cro'cker; J. P. Allemann', secretary, Crock- 
er. 
No. 6.—H. Mason, secretary, Huxley. 
tfo. 9. — Thomas Kinsal, president, 
Crocker; I. C. Beals, secretary, Crocker. 
Stewart— Gacol Bodar, president, Crock- 
er; Fred Reinggenberg, secretary, Crock- 
er. * 

1 Union— Ole N. Apland; president, 'Slater; 
Lars Thompson, secretary, Slater. 

.West Point— James D. Mettletield, presi- 
dent, Slater;. G. E. Stewart, secretary. 
Slater. 

MADISON TOWNSHIP. 

Fairview — Daniel Grigsby, president, 
Polk City; John Grigsby, secretary, Polk 
. City. ; 

Hopkins Grove— John Carr, president, 
Madrid; Benjamin Wyley, secretary, Mad- 
rid. 

Maple Grove— Levi Reasoner, president, 
Sheldahl; George Harple, secretary, Shel- 
dahl. I 
' Mayfield— Phil Graeber, president,. Polk 
City; L. N. Taylor, secretary, Polk City. 
j No. 4.— Louis Sutler, president, Polk 
City; C. M. Burt, secretary, Polk City. 
I No. 5.--E. R. Blane, president, Polk 
City; C. H. Jones, secretary, Polk City. 
x No. (J.— Jessie Simons, president, Polk 
City; T. L. Hahn, secretary, Polk City. 

Pierce Grove— And. A. Anderson, presi- 
dent, Sheldahl; J. C. Pierce, secretary, 
.' SheldaW. 

Prairie— A. H. Drake, president, Madrid; 
S. P. Reeder, secretary, Madrid. 



Moines. 






Saylorville—L. CoxJ p resident, IS* 
vilje; Sidney West, secretary, Say orville. 
Valley— H. W. Kemptoii; preside atJ Say- 



lorville,' Mat McClejllap, ^ecfrjetary, 
ville. I ; 



, presidejit, 
secreta 



Woodside— Charles Sfch 
Des Moines; G'. K 
Des Moines. 



Des| 
Des 



ylor- 



en|lfer, prjesdent, 
tary, E 



obpok seer 



tylor- 



GOVERNMENT OF TB E STATE OT IOWA. 

Election for State, tistriot, County and 
Xotvnship officers, Tuesday noxt after 
iirsjt Monday in Nc vember of eifcq year. 

j ■ Stati OfficLri. 

Governor— Horace !3oiies. . , 

Private Secretary to] Gaverw'k— IFranK 
Carrol), j f I . 

Lieutenant Governo r *— S.J L. , Bfestotv, 
Secretary of State— N . M. M 



InstnMon—J 

A. Q. M. G-\ 



Frederick Becker, 
E A.^Guilberl; M, 
E^ fl. Carter, JM D 



Andrews, |I)es 



| Secretary— ?J. 

Moines. ( 
\As[st. Secretary— L.\ F. 

Moines. 
J. M. Emmerti, M. !$., Atlantic. 
R. E. Conniff jjM. D„ SiSux CiJy 
E. M. Reynolds, M| DJjCenteilvtllel 
J<j>hu C. Shraqer, ftft \). t Iowa ( ity 



\Dcpidy Secretary oji Staikh-C ( S|.. Ipyrkit. 

Auditor~-C. J. McCar ;hjr 

Treasurer— Byron A. JSeeson 

Attorney -General— Jo in) X. Stor^e 

Superintendent of Pu)lic 
Bi Knpeptler. 

Adjutant- General ensi 
George Green, 

\ Commissioner of Lapar $\atislic^-^Jime 
Ri 1 Sovereign 

! Librarian— Mx^. Mirfr HI. Milleij. 

Inspector of Illun ivAting Oil$-\-Frw% 
Bradley. I J ' . 

Stale Printer— Geoigb Hi. Ragscale. 

State Binder— Otto Nelson. 

Superintendent of Wrights and Measures 
— Pnff. L. G. We d. ' j 

Director of Iowa Weather Serviw—J. 

Fis[h * Commissioner- rU!noinii$ J, Griggp. 
Veterinary Su7geo?i-4-M..\ Stalker 
Custodian ,of lublk Buildings a Ad Prop 
erly—W. L. Carpenter. ( 
Inspector of Boats- -Milo W. Brown 

State Boan of HealthJ 

President— E. M. Reyncjlds, M. |j)., Cen- 
terville 

IF. Klcinnedy, M. D., Des 



Mel' 

f-C. 1 



ark.nd 



J^im^s L. Losing, Kivllj enginee r, Dallas 
I Center. 



li, Clem ont. 
Dubuque 
Deis Moine . 



i Prof. M. 1 Stalker, Strte Veterinary 
ion, (exjjpfficio) Ames; j i ! . 

#ohn}JY. Stop$, Attorney- General 

iff' I 

icdl . Examiners —M) 
shrac er, M|D; pre ij dent, 1 Ji 
Remedy, 1 M. DJJ Des? 



.1 



iftfcio) Des Moii 
lj Boara] of Me 
Capitol)! f C. 
Jow^, City; J. 
Mpines, sectaetaj 
\\pbmmissionei 
Mitchell, presij 



1 . ' \ 
DE8 MO 



ifoward, vice'-presidec 



of Pharmacy — H. H. if* 
nt, BJoomtield I FWtjfeher^ 



pauldin k jsecrfetoi j 
nckett.TOjskalpos?,. 



: 7?oarrf of Den 



fc, Sheldo/i; Si 



;)es Moines; J 




3IBTEOTOEY. 



Examiners-- Jj. 




iptt, presides tL I J&dnlejiester'; EpiGjir ' hM 
Brodks, secreta ;j , Yin Con ; J^ B. M >p fort,; 
If airfield; J. S.'KjuipU Muscatine ; K E.7, 
Hughes, Des Moines, r ' ? 

• T" r ■ • ■' ' : i " '' ui > 

j State Mine Mspectots — First JPjjs rict, 
Jjohn Vernier, Oievelac A\ Second Dib rict, 
Jphn. W. ;CJantyL 'Yo.un xstown. Thi *a Dis- 
trict, Morgan G. Thon i is, Des'MoinqsV M. 
Q.' Bennett' secretary, j 

k State Jmriciitfvral ^pciety—J. ML Me- 
ulJfn, presideplf, Osqaloosa;; J. A. Bxans, 



vjicef president, j Wesjb 



Shaffer, s 

AVorthingtOni tt-dasurt}^ Des Moinen 

j State RirdcuUural Society— A I 
man, preslddnij Corr Ingl J. C. jfe 
Ijicq- president, Hampton; -J.'jIL. Bud * 



Jilas 



Jes Moines Clearing Mouse Association— 
50( \yalnut. i (Citizens National Bank.) 
Shaon jCasady, president); J. G. Rounds, 
manager. 

American Savings] ifatyk-x E . Locust, 
no :theasfe cor Fifth . 
phs, ,$15,000. ; J. G* 
R. L. Chase,, cashier. 

Jankers Ioipa Sta 



Liberty; ,Jo 



cretary, ( I )^s Moines; 
»n, treasurer] Des Mom 



'ilsbn, tre 



m 



i'etary, ;Aijae^; 
Atlantic. 

State Board of RailMd Commis^ 
lieorge W.JPerkijis, v Fi femont county i Jbhri 
( W. Luke, Franklin county; ^eter A. I^ey^ 
Johnson county; Wl W. Ainswor.th 
tary,Polk counXyi. '' ' k 



■J-..B. Olmsted, 
. erington, matr 
r-^olk OmtntU\\Ins 

Stevens, jvlardten, eas 



^era- 



se 3re' 



fitate Be ard of i, Vq ializatyon — ■'.': Loi ape £ 
. Boies, Governqrj W.nMcFarland. SesrV; 
tap of Sttite; ,kj,\ G. ^cCarihyi A^d^tor;] 
B.[A. Beeson, Trjeasuil|r. !. 

ASYLUMS! ANMHOSPJTA^S 

Cottage LJospiml-iml Foilrth. Mn 



secretiiry; MaryB 

Asylum 
eg 1 Moines. 



' .\Pbpr l F(\rmmS&y,m .township, 



55 



1 



Ctyptal; ^75,000; sur- 
amins, president; 



dJ. 



5«nfc — Locust, 



tiwfc~£ Locust, " 
pital, $100,000, 



jSdbin, ; | 



jB. Whitqoub,) pjresid|bt; Mi's.jJ. 
kens, vice president; 8\lre. Henry 
secretary; A^rs^rac lfiissey v -trea8u|er 

Des Moit ,es Home Iftm frien r dles8 (jjklkrem 
-2018 High Airs. 1 *• RawSon I pFesiff 
dent; Mrs4 E. phase, &lce-pr!esiden||;. ^irs.;i 



Heathf' 



Shermari. 



ent; Josephine 



r tracy i Home for Avalids 



M.A.I 



Jhatzf 



p.'0; 



Zjckefoodeji siipjerintelodent. 
1047, DesMoinis. 

I State liidicql and\Surmbal Ins 
m E Eleyentb[| W.T " 
^J F. Fello svs, viije-pn 
*VF. FeUcws,'tlea8ui 



itute-\ 
].■ Stou'de, prtai ent^ 
ident and seqretar^yi; 



r. 



— Ridke and 
Tracy, supepinend 
', head nurs 



\A 



no :thwest cor Sixth ave. Capital $1,000,- 
00( . Albert Head, preside nt; Y . F. Newell, 
cannier; Albert; Head[ W. 0. Garlock, Geo. 
Fa rburn, George L. Briw er, S. F. Prouty, 
N. B; Raymond, V. F. Ne veil; J. W. Reed, 
b. Linebarger,)] J. B.j Briton, j A. Mills, 
Rcber,t.Eason,j|C. T. Colje, Charles Yale, 
C. F. MpCarty,) director^. 

; lapftal City State 
80i ith west cor. Fifth. 

su "plus, $20,000. A. Hojland, president; * 
J. A., McEinney, caslier. Directors: .. 
Ja nds Callahan, He^rr Wagper, Ed. 
W *ight, J. A. T. Hull, Leander Bolton, J. 
S! Patton, M. P. Turjiei A. Holland. 
- Hiizens National Bank- -Walnut, south- 
!wcstic|or Fifth. Capital ^2001000, surplus, 
$1(0,000. J. H. Merril), president; J, G. 
Rcunds, cashier. Dirjectors:! J. Callanan, 
Ec. fright, J. G. Rbikutls, H. Younker. - 
Samuel Merrill, A. Leierer, J. R. Rollins, 
J. H. Merrill, E. R. Clfppl W. E. Odell, |B. 
A. Lockwood. ' ■ I I i ! 

Des: Moines - Natiomu Bank— ^Walnnt 
.so itheast cor Sixth av<L Capital, $300,000, 
su:plu3,%48;00q. RJ T. Wellslager, presi- 
de at; G.' Mf. Reynolds, <m hier. Directors". 
G. M.j Hippee,] C, ; A. Pcdley. A. Dijckey, 
Hunry JRie^gelman. C. ,|B, Atkins, W. S. 
Rcgur, H. V. Getchell J> S. Clarkson, ft. 
T. Wellslager J ; 

Desl • Moines Savings Bank— Walput.l 
soith^ast. cor Third. 1 Capital,} $300,000, 
additional liability ofistOrQkholdera $300,000. 
P. MrOasaqy, presuent; Simon Casady, 
caihier. [ Trustees:! RIM.' Casady^ N. S. 
M jDonriell, G. M. H|ppee, James G. Berry-' 
hi 1, Simon ' Casaday, JL. Harbach, C. JO. 
Piouty, Edward A. Temple, SSimon Casady. '* 

Gerpiqn Savings Batik— 2U Fifth. Capi-/ 
ta , $50,0001 Francip Geneser, president ; J. 
W. Geaeser, cashier. J)i rectors: Francis 
Guneser, J.IW. Geneser, «i. D. Whisepand, 
Jc hn IB. Schuster, W. Bi Bentley, G. Van 
G nkel, H. Hansen, Onirics L. Kahler, 
PHlipSchmitt. , | 1! [. I 

Gra\nd Avenue \bkvidgs Bank—E Granld 
ave, porthwes^ co^j Fiftli. iCapital, $50i- 
00); surplus, $5.0p0; au:hdrized capital, 
$2 50.000] D. H. [K9ofcer, president; Geo. 
W. Shop j, cashier. I Directors: A. F. 
Bomis, E4- P§nii AL E. S^wart, Jr., Wes- 
le,r Juvenal, J. iM. Mehm, S^ N. Spotts, 
Linford Fisher, D. H. EOoker, CD. Cod- 
dingtpn. 1 , i. 

Home Savings Bqnk\- 13 Sixih, northeast' 
c(r Locust. Capital!, f50, 000; surplus, 



r 



$50,000; 



S56» 
(i 



DES M0INE8 OITY DIREJCTORY.| 



'$10,500. V. P. Twombley, president; A. C 
'Miller, cashier. Directors: V. P. Twom- 
bley, A. Nelson, B. A. Lock wood, A. A, 
jjTeachout, H. C. Hanson, M. IV V. Bow- 
man; H'. H. Taylor, S. B. Gartou, T. A. 
jj Cheshire. 

!» Iowa National Bank {The)— Walnut, 
i, northeast cor Fourth. Capital, $100,000; 
j! surplus, $50,000. Edward H. Hunter, 
^president; G. W. Marquardt, vice-presi- 
jjdent; C. B. Worthiugton, cashier. Di- 
li rectors: M. T. V. Bowman, Frederick 
jj Field, E. Martindale, E. D. Hunter, H. A. 
jjEtyott, S. A. Robertson. O. H. Perkins, G. 
> W. Marquardt, N. T. Guernsey, F. M. 
Hubbell. 

Marquardt Savings Bank- (The) — Lo- 
cust, northwest cor Fifth. Capital, $50,- 
; 000. G. \V. Marquardt, president; G. D. 
Ellysou, cashier. Directors: G. W. Mar* 

■ quardt, F. M. Hubbell, E. C. Finkbine, 
■Henry Wagner, J. G. Berryhill, W. O. 

Curtiss, D. F. Witter, G. D. Ellyson. 
■i " People's Savings Bank of Des Moines — 

Locust, southeast cor Seventh. Capital 

$50,000, authorized capital, $200,000. 
^Martin Flynu, president; C. H. 'Martin; 
icashier. Directors: Adam Dickey, J. A. 
;\Garver, W. R. Wartield, Martin Tuttle, A. 
''Sheuentian, H. Y. Smith, Martin Flynn, O. 

H. Perkins, C. C. Loomis. 

Polk County Saviiigs Bank— Locust, 

■ southwest coruer Fifth. Organized 1883. 
Capital $100,000. George G. Wright, presi- 
dent; A. J. Zwart, Cashier. ' Directors: 
J.A. Ankeuv. FavetteMeek, L. Sheuerman, 
George G. Wright, Martin Flynn, C. 1). 

* Reinking, R. T. Wellslager, J. W. Windsor, 
^S. B. Tuttle. '< 

'•a Savbigs Bank of Iowa— Masonic Temple, 
J Walnut, southwest cor Seventh. Capital, 
i!$50,000. F. A. Baylies, president; George 

!W. Rhine, cashier. Directors: F. A. Bay- 
«■: lies. G. Van Giukel, S. M. Holmes, Frank 
J W Vorse, W. H. Arnold, A. H. Mershon. 
: S. W. Bennett. 

State Savings Bank— Walnut, 1 northwest 

cor Fifth. Capital,' $100,000; surplus, $20- 
, 000.00. M. Strauss, president; R. O. Green, 
^cashier. Directors: J. H. Merrill, D. W. 
>j Smouso. M. Strauss, George E. Pearsall. 
j«W. E. Odell, M. P. Turner, L. J. Wells, 
,!• J. G. Rounds. 

;; Valley National Ba?ik— Northwest cor 
■■ Fourth and Court ave. Capital, $200,- 
' 000. : J. J. Town, president; M. M. 
; : Cnookshanli, cashier. Directors: Charles 
i: Weitz, M. M. Crookshauk, J. J. Towne, 

E. R. Clapp, C. W. Mennig, S. B. Tuttle, 

Alfred -Hammer. J. K Gilcrest, R. A. 

Crawford, Ira Cook, W. W. Lyons, J. 

A. Ankeney. 

CEMETERIES. 

St. A7nbrose— Office 603 High ceme- 
tery north of Woodland cemetery. Very 
Jlev. M. Flavin, superintendent in charge; 
John. Hogan, sexton. 



west 



Jkibish— Office j Jewish Temple, jouth- 
esti corner Eighth and! (Pleasant M. 

Riegelnmn', president; A.| Sheuerman, 

secretary; Peter Lamber •;, {superintendent. 
Odd ! Fellows— In Woodland cemetery, 

John: F. Tallon, Hebe 1 Keemer, Hh L. 

Frosti, trustees; T. B. E|p 

tendent. 



Wdodland—'West of ,T ,v&nty-first, iljOrth 
WWdland ave; main <mtranee 



of Woodland ave; main) Entrance north-' 
west | cor Twenty-first and Woodlacd ave; 
north entrance Twenty- first and Center 
Gates jopen from 7 a. Ini. to 7 bi m. 



Committee, the Mayor, kx-officio, Iftdrace 
G. Mc|Elderry, J. Har^jy Dean. T. B. 
Robinson, superiutencle]i 



CHURCHES. 



I. ADVENTIST 

Seventh Day , Adve\mist 



Twelfth, southeast' cor 



jinpon, superin- 



Servifces 11 a. m.; Sabbatji school 
m. Elder C. F. Stevens . 



Chutch — E 
Des Moiuep st. 



9:45 a. 



M< 

Sabbath Sihbol 3 



oines: Ssryices 



7:30 pLm.; Sabbath School 12 ni 
First (Colofed)— 214 1! Second. 



11 a\ 
3:30 



JL ave, soathjeast 
P:3Q a. ijn. land 

Services 
m. ana 7:30 p. m.;l Sunday Sctool 
m. Rev J. H.Thompson. 
Edkt Des Moines— Pennsylvania ave, 
southeast cor Des Moines. Servicss 10:c" 
a. m.jand 7:30 p. m.; Sabbath School 12 m. 
Rev. w. P. Bartlettf 



BAPTITO 

Swedish-US Ej Des 
10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; 
p. rii.i I '' 

First— Young Mens Christian; fi.t 

tion Building. Services 10:30 a. tl. 

7:30 pi. m.; Sabbath Sch|oo]i 12 m. $ey. H. 
W. Tilden. 

FoWes^ Avoiue— Forejstj 
cor Eleventh. Services 



n. 



esocia- 



and 



CHRISIJIAtt. ij 

Central Church of Christ — Peasant] 
northeast cor Ninth. Services 10:30 a. ni. 
and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School 12 m. H. 
O. Breeden, pastor. 

Chesterfield Church if Qhrist— (phestjer 
field. Services 10:30 a. m. land 7:3(9 p 
Sabbath School 2:30 p. m, . 

East Des Moines Mivsion — E Nii^th, tfor 
Shaw. Services 10:30 a. m 
Sabbath School 2:30 p. m. 

Edst Side Churbh of Chfis^—E&st 
soutl i west cor Des . Moines, 
a. m and 7:30 p. m.; Staiida^ School 12 (n. 
Rev. J. L. Weaver. 



west 
7:30 



Ihiv'ersity Place-*-*! wenty-fif th, 



cor North. Sen 



p. m.; Sabbath School 



KM. Todd 



CONGREGATIONAL, 

• I ' ' 

North Park— Sixth aye, southwest 
F'orest ave, Services 10:30 a. m. 
p. mi.; Sabbath Schoo| 12 nj. Ref. B,lft. 
John. 



and J p. 
Rev. JL Giiy. 



I'welf 
Services 10 



ices : 0:30 a 



sou 

m. a 



3 p. m. 






tlr 
30 



id'. 
ReV, 



cor 

ind7B0 



, mgrm~m 



DBS BJtofods OnJY ]>IREOTO'RY. 



57 



r — T1 — ' 

and 7115 E Twelfth J 



Sets' 



A 



'. l»{risbie.;V 



vices lOaOjIa.- it' and 7j30 p. (n.jIBdbbithi 

School 1,2 m. \ J^ev, Cli stun jDoiugl&s, ; •, 
i Jflypwhth—Ldcust,. north BastT^or Sjev-j', 
enth. Serviced 10:30 j m. and [7:30 p. raY 
Sabbath-School !l2 ni. ^ Rev, Ai. 

EVANGELICAL, 

towf r l217 E. Grund ave. '\ Services' 
10:80 k. in. and 7:30 p.l tb.; Sabbath school 
i):30«a nj. . i Rev Georg b Knunker 

Trixik-PE Twelfth, .Jnorth west c$r 
Mbinns.r Services 10:? p a.! in. and ":3U|i p.' 1 
ml[ SJibba'th School at J9:30 al m.\ >B evi'G. ? 
L,Kolb.: | -.[' .■ , |[\ 

f . FRIENDS? 

I l Grand Avenitii Meeting— W e Grand ave 
services 10:30 a. in. aij*(jl] 7:30 p. IrnYSfcbb&ithK 
jScioojiabi. , 
MiSsion-rE Hourlh $ butheast corner 



es< 



leri; serves 10:80 a. m 
■bath School 12 to. .i.. 

, HEBREW. 



J < 



Al-;! 
and! 7:30j.p; ill. Sabv 



j;i 



jrvices ; 



Germwf-U5\ Lociuslji services 1C a. m. 



B'naf Jebhiirun CbrqregalionS 
Saturday 10 a. m. an< , Friday iiSO 
Sabbath School) Satir:lay9a. m;.aDJd Sjun-^v 
day 0t30! JRev.] Ignstts Mueller J ' 

Congregation of pie Children: of 
617 e Sixtfy . Sefvje( s :>aturdayj 8 k. b. knd 
(jjp. m. Rev; Lohis Slierefsky. 

LlfTipRAN 

!U 

dml 7:3(1 pi m.; SaobWtjh School 2] p. m-'Vi 
ilev. A:;;jJ.|Kiindworti i ' * , ; ' f 

iNorMgmn Zioiis—GW pes Mome3; Sert'.; 

cesipOa. m. land 71;30 p. in: gkbbattf'f 
thooMjp. m. IRevO. K Bordahl . ; ; 

'St. t/b/trijs-^Chesthut north wdst ccr Sixth 
ve. Slices 10:30 a. m. and 7:3C p.j mf 
abbath School k 12' m. Rev. GLjC. Henrys i 

SwedishL-E Fifth, southeast! c£r iDes 1 , 
floines. 1 Services 10:30 a. m. aod 7:80 pj. mp 
Abbath School 3130 :. m. Rt vT A l)um> 

er £- 1- ' ■ ■■• \ l ,!■ -.i ■! [ 

/Sw;e^s/t4-Services .0:30 a. \pi\ add fl:i§ 

in; Sunday 'School 12 in.. Rev. Charles 
J.NelsAn : ! . "■■ | :"-]! : 

Swed\s'h!"Missiqn-^I)ts Moines, n 
cor e sdbond. Service j f0:8(fa. m. 
p. hi., jjSabbath School i3 p. m. 

| illfTH^DIST EPISCC PjAI 
i* ,-4s6ttfy--E Sijxteenlh, cor Ciipi 
'Services 10:30 aim. and 7:30 p. m. 
School 3:30 p.m.; ReLP. V.D 

ifwrns, (Colored)- -21 8 jDes, Mom 
vices 111 a r m. and 7:80 p.l tii; r 
School 8 p. ml Rev. lifeo.i.Cuwy. 1 
\Oity Mimons^-Rev WL F. Uarnbd 
Missipn— Lehman ichaol Hous3, T?hh% 
teenth.k Services 3 p. m 1 ; Sabbath i School 

-fVrsjf-Ninth, sbuth^ist coir j I 



m. and 7:30 p, m; Sabbath School 9:80 a. m. 
Rer. I\ Litzrodt. | j ! 

i ) f ef7n«»--.Scott, uiiear I southwest cor e 
Seventh. Services il a. m \ and 7;80|p. m; 
Sa^bath^chool^^Op.m. 1 Rev. J. P. W. 
Wilhelmi. . i ' , • , ' 

( frtice— Ninteenth ; north ?ast cor Crocker 
Services 10:30 a. m.iand I 7|: JO p, m; Sab- 
bai h'SchooM2 m, Rp. L.l t. Wickersham. 

Highland Park- -V^ '. HJ. (pable, pastor. 

vordan— Walnut Hill. Services 10:30a. 
m. and 7:00 p. m. - !Rev c A. A. Thompson. 

Norwegian>Danisi\X-J& Ninth, southwest 
20] ■ Maple. (Services 1 ! 0:30 a, m, and 7i30 
o. m\ Sabbatb Sbhool U m- Rev. C. 
'EricKSon. ' ,\ ! i' i 

Oafr Park— Euclifl ave, pov J5i^th ave. 
!5e 'vices H'a,vm.; Sabbath SchooMO ^. m. 

.°r\imitive— iiyon,- northeast cor E Six- 

I Mospect Par^-i-Eighth, cor Washington {. 
Se 'vices 10:30 a. m. and 7:3( p. m.; Sabbath 
Sfe i6bll2 m. • Revi CM. Holmes., 

3i r PauVb A. ^. El Church— Second, 
soithea8t'cor Center. Services lj0:30 a, m. 
and ,7:30 p. m.; Skbbath [School 8 p. m. 
Rkv, 0. W. Newtbii. 

I Btvedish — Pennsylvabia ave, southeast 
cd *| Maple. Services 10:80[a, m. and 8 p. 
m! ;-| Sabbath ^chool 12 m. 
: Nqleon. ' ' 

esley-rUes Moines, . 
ttices 10:30 \: m. and 7:30 p. mV; Sab- 
Rev. J. H. Sen? 



Rev. Cbarles J. 
cor . E Eleventh. 



ill School 2:80 p. m. 

IT -;■,' |- r TJ 



Jharle^i 

■thwest; 
|nd7:3d| 



1 kve'v 
abbath, 
dder.^ 
iSer- 
:abbatb 



Serpi C (k 10:36a. m. a 
School Jl2m. Rev. J 
German^ 21» Locur 



et 



:apt<s 

Id 7:3Q p.m. Sabbath 

LJSooy.-;,.- • \ l jfi. 

Services 10:80 ai 



iky Mission-r-Scott, northeast cor e 
Sejvbnth. SenicesOp.m.; Sabbath School 
0:301! a. m. Rer. \^ m ' Harned. 

METHODIST PROTESTANT. 

irst — E Fourteenth, southwest : cor 

Services 11 a. m. And 7:30 p. m.-, 

Sjtitlath School. 10 a. rn, R^v S. J. Geddes. 

METHODIST (PRIMITIVE). 

P^mUive—Jjyop, ffprtn^ast cor Six- 
Jtebntlh. Servfies |l0:3()! a. m. and 7:30 i). 

Oipi m. Rev. R. 



... ,... A , 7:ikj pi m.;" Sab 

brtii I school 10fa. ra. $evt R. Titmarsh. ^ 



ijrib. Serv|ie8.JiO:8 

Skbfcitb School 
tfiarsh.i [ 
filk aslobblt—Ser vices 

METHODIST (WEjSLEyAN). 

ifp'rk-' Wesleyan — E Fourteenth, bet 
' and Walker. Services il a. m. and 
m.; S^bbafih Schopj, i0 a. m. 

, ii.!).-:". -mWI)^;. ';*"■ ■ 

iMtlir Bay Sams—\DeB -Moines, north- 
.wjeap c>r.0, Sixteenth. Serviceg 10:30 a. m. 
aid ?:90-p. m. 

PRESBYTERIA^: 
B&tikny Mission-^ Eijrhtb, northieast 



Mapk 
7:J P 



corlAl 

P W 
Vi^te, 



en. Services 1 
Sabbath School 



a. 



&.pi. and 7:30 
m, Rev'. Isaa,c 



.58 



DEB MOINES CITY 



DIRECTORY. 



ave. 



Tabernacle — Grand 
and Fifth. Sabbath 



fyalvary Mission 
bet e Fourth 
Sciipol 3 p. m. 

Central — High, northeast cor Eighth. 
Services' 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sab- 
baiih School 12 in. Rev. Howard A. Johns- 
tori. 

(Mfton Heights— Southeast cor Indianola 
and' Bloorntield aves (S D M). Services 11 
a. to. and 7:30 p. m.; Sabbath School 9:45 
a. m. Kev. H. M. Roberts. 

FiHt— Des Moiues, northeast cor Penna 
ave. Services 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; 
Sabbath School 12 ni. Rev. Wm. Barth- 
olomew. 

Second United— Center, northeast cor 
6th ave. Services 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. 
m. Rev. Willard H. Patterson. 
,- Highland Park— Euclid ave, cor Fourth. 
Services 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p.«m.; Sabbath 
School 10 a. m. 

Sixth— Twenty-fourth; northwest cor 
Cottage Grove ave. Services 10:30 a. m. 
• and 7:30 p. m.; Sabbath School 12 in. 
Rev. W. J. Young. 

Westminster— Twelfth and Forest ave. 
Services 10:30 a. m. and 7:30]). m.; Sab- 
bath School 12 in. Rev. Wm. Garduer. 

PRESBYTERIAN (UNITED). 

. First— Grand ave, northeast cor Seventh. 
Services 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sab- 
bath School 12 m. Rev. W. T. McConnell 

Ridge Street U. P. GYia/fcJi-Fourth, cor 
Ridge; Sabbath School 3:30 p. in. i 

Second— Center, northeast cor Sixth ave. 
Services 10:30 a. m. aud 7.30 p, m.; Sab- 
bath School 12 in. Rev. Willard H. Pat- 
terson. 



PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL. 

Church of the Good Shepherd— E Thir- 
teenth, southeast cor Des Moines. Serv- 
ices 10;30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sabbath 
School 12 m. Rev. Allan J udd. 

Sfa Paul's— High, northeast cor Ninth. 
Services 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sab- 
bath School 12:15 p. m. Rev. J. J. Wilk- 
ins, D. D., rector. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

i 

Church of the Visitation — E Walnut, 
southwest cor Tenth. Services 8 and 10:30 
a. m.; vespers 3:30 p. m. Rev. J. F. 
Nugent. 

St. Ambrose— High, northeast cor Sixth 
ave. Services 8 and 10:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. 
m.; Sunday School 2:30 p. m. Very Rev. 
Michael Flavin. 

St. Mary's— Second, southeast cor Crock- 
er. Services 8 and 10:30 a m. and 3 p. ni. 
Rev. P. Winfred Schmidt. 

UNITED BRETHREN. 

First United Brethren Church— 1)24 Elev- 
enth. Services 11 a. m. and 7 p.m.; Sab- 
bath School 10 a. m. Rev. L*. Walter 
Nine. 



East Side United Brethem. Church -1011 



mi Rev 



J ,i 



E Maple. Services 11 a 
Sabbath School 10 a. 
Curlisi | 

i , (UNITARIAN. 

First Unitarian -Fi'teenth 
cor Linden. ! Services 1( 



m and 7:30 



School 12 m. Rev. Leon ^| Hvrvey. 



COURTS. 



G. 



southeast 



frn. 
WJ 



45 a. B.l; Ss.btatb 



United States Courts Gftfo Southern Dis\ 
trictof Iowa— The United Stages is divided 

in encn of 
: or each'Disi 
e act off (JJon[ 



into Inine Judicial Circuits, 
which! a Circuit Court U held 

trict within each Circuit. |Th , 

gress, approved April ] 0th, 1369, pray ides 
as follows: "The Circuit Ccurts in each 
Circuit shall be held by the J istice af thi 
Supreme Court allottee, to tl e Circiit, or 
by thl Circuit Judge of the Circuit, 'or by 
the District Judge r of the patriot, nttin^ 
alone; or by 'the | Justice o|f the, Supreme 
Court and Circuit Jud^e sitting together, 
in which case the Just ee bf ;he Suprepe 
Court/shall preside, or inj tee absence ol 
either of them, by the qtjher (wh4 ^haj 
preside) and the District Judge. 

ThOi State of Iowa is divined, into 
Judicial Disiricts. Tie ^oiirts fir 
southern district 1 are held! in Idi'stric 
room'i U. S. Government ! 1 uijding, kt 
Moihes, second Tuesday in May and thin 
Tuesday in October. At Council Bluff: 
fourth Monday in March, ar|d Septpmbe 
At Keokuk, third Tiesd 
and June. Both districts |a 
the Eighth Judicial! Circui 
,prisep the states of Miimego 
South Dakota, Nebraska, I 
Colorado,- Arkansas ami K 



tW( 

th 

n cour 

Dei 



in Jantiai 
te attached 

whicl com 
a, North 
wa, 'Mi|ss0ui|, 
sas. 



a|- 



Justice David J. Brewe|r| has btieri 
lotted to the Eighth Judiciial Circuitjanil 
Honi Henry C. Caldwell, 'of Arkansas, js 
Circuit Judge of said C ircuit, The Courts 
for said Southern District kite organized as 

follows: !']• , j! ' 

U.\ S. Circuit CouH—tyon. David I'J.' 
Brewer, Justice of'-tho Supreme C mrt, is 
by sa,id act required, to attenji one i er n at 
leasd] in every two years. jHon. JloniyC. 
Caldjivell, Circuit JucgejJHon. Jshi S. 
Woojlson, District Jdqgev Edward R.iMa- 
sonJjClerkj Lewis MSles U. S. r ])isirict 
Attorney; David B. M lloii U. S. Markhal. 

tf.\' S. JMstrict Co irti-Ron. ' John S. 
WoqIsob, District Jud*e;> Lewis M les, U. 



S. District Attorney, Jav (IB. Mi 
S. Mjarshal; J. J. Steac mao, CLerk 
of Court the same, as U. $ Circuit 
Stqwemel Court of ih^Stkle of 
State House -Gilford S. JRopinsoq 



Justice, Storm Lake; Oharle<l T. Granger, 



Judge, Waukon; Jobialj Given, 
Des | Moines; James H. Kothrock, 
Cedar Rapids; L. G. ly in ne. Judge, 
John Y. Stone, Attorney-General, 
Moines; Gilbert B. Ifrayl, Clerk 



ler.UJ. 

Terms 
Doiirt. 
loiha— 

qMef 



Jul 
Jud 




H 



DES 





BECTOEY. 



50 



preme Court, jieSj Monks; Christopher^, 
Jones, JJepfe plerk, W a9hirigt;on county , : 
Nathaniel B. jRdymctotl, Rejfortei-, ma 
'Moines, j- . ' I 1} ' ;> ■ 

Po/A; Cour ty District Court (9th judicial 
^district of ]owa)4rWto JF. Conrad, jdalfin 
p, Holmes and -Stephen F.'Balliett. Judges; 
■W. A. Spurrier, j State A Attorney «, C. Q. 
Dowell, -'Asfit. States Atttbrriey;i Wni. JMits- 
$on, ! Clerk; J] G.j Jordan, Edwarc Hi it, 
;Ddputies;V Salter) Irish, C. F. Irish afcd F. 
'G. Wrath, Reporter* Terms firjl $3 
begin Uanb&ryj 4th, April 4th, Sefltdmjer 
12th arid November 14th. j 

Municipal Court— Siljfi daily in Ojty IJall 



from . 9 a. m. tP ,12 mj, 
Hon. Franlk Egglesto 
, Blyler, Cleifk; iCharles 



and 2 (to 5 p. in. 
Judge; Frank F. 
..Shafer, FaflhT. 



EXPRESS C#PANteS. 

Mams— Office 2£0 Fourth, J. Ziimer 
man, superintendent, (jUhicagp; nVVL ! 
Breckenridge.i agent. j< I 

American— Omce|2|(i (Fourth, liiJAl Gajr, 
, ner, superintendent ^ (J. Fi DenWthyAgent< 

E. L. Smith,, fcgunt 

H 



Pact^c--fl8rFl)urtli, „. ^. uul » U)j 
?7mM -Sf«^54-Qffic.i 1 218 Fourth, 1 ,,, „ 
Quick, superintendent; E. L. Smitjh, 'agmt 



IFeWs-^Vi^o— 2 



6 Fourth, A. Andrews 



Weatfver 



obsirvir;, J. R. 
weather service. 
Customs -John 



! 

ij 
■ i 

J 



internal 
CharletfF. 
Pensioih 
Land 



Demutb, abert. 



(superintendent; 0. F. 

^EliERlL feCERS 

I 'Ilhe Fedoral offices i,re all located 
United S ta ;es Governr l^nt Building, 
east cor ;Cc urt av< j aire iFif th. 



'Bureau— George M. 



Sage, direct 3r 



C. Hbtchkiss, 



oai 



)00, Incorporated 1892. 



and Trdst 



Co. Build pg- 



Tesiaent; N. J|. Harris,, siecrj^tary. 
A nerican District 2 



Sf.tr. 



Capital 
Smith, 



Capital $20, 

i 

th. ! Capital 



119 West south 
meT[ president; 
pre ndBnj;; O. Y 
E. Idj.jVqprbeep, 
ia£<« \Additio\ 
Thdi Equitable 
189').| r " F k ' ,H 
der t; 



.„,.. , Telegraph\ Co.— 407 

Foutili Incorporated 1884. 

OOO, jp. K. Mend, pi-esideW, 

I Uvtic Ice Co-MlO E|W 

$17, HKJ, Incor] orated 1891.; J. p.! Myers', 

president; W. ' Wj Wise, secretary. 

Avenue Investment Co.p212 Ihej Equit- 
able building, j Frederick D. Goodi, presi- 
dent; L. W. Goocje-, secretary \ ' 
mholomew, vo.\ T/ie\-\ (incorporated) 
Secohd. jl B. Bkrtholo- 
C. A. Bartholomew, vice- 
I Bartholomew, -JLrc asurer; 
' ecretarkj \ . ! j 
Improvement Co. — 209 

iBuiluing.! ! : Incorporated 

Capital 355,000. FJ k. Field; presi, 
S.lPt *Kn|e3land, vicefpre^idjent; B. 
conib,j secrletjiry ; N. (El, Coffiif , treas- 



F,# 
urer, 

1 eg 'ebing-Butt ill Piano 06.—i%S land 125 
Fif h. Incorpora;ect 1890j! Autlhorized 
capital $100,000.] pu&o JBemebini p^si 
de^t;|Adam Bu^tell, vicej-president; f pr 



injthe ,, 
.orth-i: 



Chap pel, 



Iowa 



poljec t;or. j- 

and 



wer 



BevenueMjf A. Br^ 
Saylor, de; )tity collec 
Office— S; A . Marine, i 
ce— N.' R; Kuntz| :^isj:ei}; F. 
Babcoclf, receiver. |l [ . f 
Treasury Departmi ^i-^Eli M. 
agent, secret service iliyjsion. 

kREiGji (consuls. 

$wedfyn\Norway 



Office, Coijr(; 
sill. < 



|dipan, f f 



an( p H. Davison, secretar 

Hack Diamond coal C 

Inc orporated 18$ ).j i Isa r ^ 

der)t;|C D. Boar<|mah, sec 



and I treasurer. 
222 jSijjth ave. 
jBrandtj, presi- 
!etari 



Puse,; 



lOPUSt.' 

sfecre-i 



1 



0. R. Wu]fsberg,"co 

INGtJ RP^RAT^DJj: CPMPAI^E I 

Auburn Weights Lam Co.— 5^4 )'jl 
Incorporated 1892. J Capital $366,C00 
H, Gatch, (president; yvm; Bowlen,! 

; ta 4 i ! ■, j : ■ . n.-i ■ % 

Amemct \h Mqnuj ictur\ng and, Demlop\ \ 
ing>Co^4l8 Iowa Lpah and TrUsti Co.) 
Buildirikjr. , Authorized Capital $5,000,000/1 
, W. D.Mactston, ^resident; T.f JE).* U^ 
ley, secreuary. • 
j Acm6 CodlCo.—5 7 Mulberry, 
rated 1891. J. R. ^ elson', presi< 
uel Glasgow, secret iry. ; 

American :CoaCh\ Carriage 



'Borse Registering 



A$sobiation~~-G(p <. |low^;| 






I ic ^po^' 
ent; pam- i( 

Dral^ 



lUapk Swan. Coal Col-lm Sixth ave. 
IncorporatedJuni 1892.J ! (Dapitafl|$50,000. \ 
Th)mas Beck, Resident ind.triasurep; • 
Tl) )mas Bates, s^sretary ana manafger. 
, lUobmflefd Coal fining m^06|E Wal- 
nu; rind 317 Fpirth, Incorporated 1887. 
Ca nihil $50,000.' John "Vyil^n, president; 
Ge )rge Hanson, sjcretaiiyi " ■' !. L 

Cdmpjield Coal Mining Ck—41] $ Sixth. 
Incorporated 1895k Capjtkl $10,000. J. 
G. Haskins, president; Henry F. ^arver, 
secretary'. ' •' '[ ! - I ; 
t CdinpbelimaUtg'CoX 2W Fifth] Incor- 
porated 1891. A. K. Campbell, president; 
C. E.Campbell, sc cretattyt ! 

lapital mtij Brick and] Pipe Co.— 212 
\ Fourths lncor^)iated 18911 ,' Capital $30,- 
|00(. J, B. McOorrisk; secretary and 
'. tre asurer. ■ ■ II' ■ j ; , \. ' , ' ( j • 

Japital City Cat Meal\Co:--B Court kfe, 
co- Seventh. J. B. Schuster^ president; 
J. M G«neser,Jtieasurer*; J. D. Whis4n- 
an d, Secretary. I , ['•■ y " I -f 

'Japital City Plcining Mils— 2(^1 Court 
ayp.ij Incorporated 187^. fcapital $30,000. 
F.'A Percival, {president; ti. F. tercivtl, 
se jre;ary; C. J. JM jrdink, yiipeiric tendebt. 
t Capital City Electric Light C^—WS Fifth.: 
Chartered 1876. 1 (lapital $50,000. SaraUel 
T. Bcdine, pres^'deiit; W. B. Keffek secre- , 
taH; E. G.Pratt J nanagerJ j ' I 

fapital City \(k* Lidfit |ao.—208 ^ifth. 
Chattered 1§76. Capital $300, 000. Samuel' 
T Bcdine, presicf mt; Wlfi/Keffei 1 , sec- 
retary, E. G. Prafi, manager.' I 

Caker Bros. Qd -318 ^diirt avej. Incor- 
porated 1892. Calpital $30 600. George A. 



w 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



Carter, president; Raymond B. Carter, 
secretary aud treasurer. 

• Castle Cure Co.— 702 Mulberry. Incor- 
porated 1892. Capital $25,000.' F. M. 
Dance, president; C. B. Warner, secretary. 

Central Loan and Trust Co —200 Fifth. 
Organized 1884. Capital $200,000. Thos. 
Hatton, president; A. L. Campbell, secre- 
tary; D. B. Lyons, treasurer and manager. 

Chamberlain Medicine Co.— 410 Locust. 
Incorporated 1882. Capital $300,000. liavid 
S.j Chamberlain, president; Lowell Cham- 
berlain, Secretary and Treasurer. 

JOhristy Coal, Co.— Ropm !> Clapp Block. 
• Incorporated 1880. Capital $50,000. J. 
M. Christy, president; C. F. Hemeuway, 
secretary. 

Citizen* Improvemt Co.— Room 212, The 
Equitable Building. Frank D. Jackson, 
president; G. C. Newman, secretary. 
^< fa if ton. Heights Land Co.— 522 Walnut. 
Incorporated 1880. Thomas Hatton, presi- 
dent; B. S. Walker, secretary. 

'pulley e Park Land Co.— 300 Younger- 
. mini Block. L. M. Mann, president; O. B. 
Afires, vice-president; J. A. Jackson, sec- 
retary. 

I [Columbia Manufacturing Co.— 504 E 
Locust. Incorporated 1802. Capital' $25,- 
00>). R. S. Kirkpatrick, president; E. 
Cha vanues, secretary. 

* Commercial Loan Association— 307 Fifth. 
Incorporated 1880. Capital $50,000. J. 
W, Geneser, president; A. I. Lee, secre- 
tary, i 

Continental Loan and Trust Co.— 210 
Fifth. Incorporated 1889. Capital $1,- 
000,000. J. M. MeCaughan, president; J. 
H. Woods, secretary aud treasurer. ' 

Coon Valley Coal Co.— 307-308 The Equit- 
able Building. Incorporated 1883. J. O. 
Stockton, president. II. G. McElderry, 
secretarv. 

Cottage Home Building Association— \ 
G(>pd Block. Capital $85,000. R. A. Rol- 
lliison, president^; J. Bellangee, secretary. 

Davidson Land and Cattle Co—310-311 

The Equitable Building. Organized 1801. 

Capital $15,000. Lewis Schooler, presi- 

ideut; . V. K. Davidson, secretary; D. B. 

Davidson, manager. 

Des Moines Buggy Co.— Madison, north- 
east cor Sixth., C. L. Watrous, president; 
P. B. Watrousj secretary. 

(Des Moines Coal and Mining Co.— 50-51 
OLlice Building. Incorporated 1887. Cap- 
ital $28,000. Edward Turby, president; 
' Charles II. Morris, secretary aud treas- 
urer. 

Des Moines Dairy Co.— 713 ( Grand ave. 
^Incorporated 1891. Capital $20,000. J. 
H. Holland, president; Leonidas II Cordry, 
secretary and manager. 

f'Des Moines Electric Co.— 105 Chestnut. 
Capital $1,000,000. Fredrick D. Goode, 
president; James A. Colby, secretary and 
manager; V. F. Jewell, treasurer. : 

Des Moines Equalizer Co.— 200 w so First. 



In corporate ji 1891. Cap 
rick G. Payne, preside at 



ital $10,000, 
; J. T. R. 



secretary. 

Des Moines Excelsior 
between Vibe and Mar 
1890. ! Capital $15,000.. 
president; A. J. Small, 

Des Moines Face Cwfe 



Fred* 
preeii' 



Third, 
orated 



1801 



e*ide 



fth 
en 



ave. Incorporated 189 
Wm. Vandyke, preside 
ton, secretary. 

Des Moines Fence 
First. Incorporated 

D. K. Mc Far laud,- pr 
mick, secretary. 

Des Moines Loan ai 
Locdst. Organized 188a 

E. S. Wishard, pre 
secretary.! 

Des Moines Ice Co.- 
porated 1860. Capital 
Teachout, president; 
vicerpresideut; Williauji 
tary; J. J. Town, treji 

Des\ Moines Manufdc 
Co.— 101 to 121 E Court] 
188$ N. S. McDoune 
Wright, secretary. 

Des\ Motiies Marble 
Locust., Inc6rporate 
000. | JL M. Graha 
Gund^runi, secretary, i 

Des[ Moines Novelty 
Incorporated 18i)l. C 
W. Parker, secretary 'a 

Des Moines Patent 
jaetu\ing Co.— 201 F 
president; G. H. Hutjt 
J. S. ^oik; treasurer.) 

Des { Moines Piano Co 
corpora ;ed 1891. 

Dei Moines Real Es 
Loan and Trust 
1892. j Capital' $25,000 
president; N. E. Collin, 

Des\ iloines River 
east e id Center. 
Capital $10,000. C. K 

Des Moines Saddlery 
ave. iIiicorporatedT88(i 
A. Hj Mabis, secretary 

Des Moines Sanitari 
Loan and Trust Building 
Capital B50.300. HeiirJ 
T. A;., Harding, seer 
Jewej;£, treasurer. 

Des. Moines Scale ahul 
— Grant, ave, southeast 
porated 1890, Capita 
Smoiise, president; 
tary. 

Des Moifies Shoe _ 
508-010 Market. Indor 
tal $G0,000. I. C. Glr- 
Green, s ecretary. | 

Des Moines Soap 
Third. Ldander Boltoii 
Milne, secretary. 



Wopks— E so 
feet, lucorf 

George S. pickle, 
secretary. 

Co.— 50b E Grand 
Capital 550,000. 



nt; C D. Cqdding- 
420 B 



oi— 416 and 

CapitaH 10,000. 
lit; II. JrleCor- 



d Trust Co 



•410 



Capital $£ 40,000 



sifjent; J. B. 



11 Fourth 
$80,000. H4i 



Jones, 

incor- 

ace E. 

Jjd. T. V. Bbkvmau, 

G. Town! ,secie- 

isLirer 

\uring and 



$upply' 
ave. Incorporated 
G. V. 

b.— 701 



11, president; 



hd Mantle 
1887. Capital $18, 



president ; 



E. B. 1 



Co. T 120 
itfital $25, 
hd treasur 
rmioting arid 



Fourth. 
00. H. 



M.-P 

looher, s^c 



—407 Wale u 



Manu- \ 
urner, 
:etary; | 

ln- 



Bodt 
I 



i\ii. 



Estate Co.— 517 Iowa 
Build(ing. I neon orated 
D. D. Fleming, 
secretary] , 

Co.— ;Linding 

ueorporatkd 1891. 

M^ead, president. 

Qo.— 309-31] Court 

. j Capital ,$100, 000. 

nid manage ;. 

n Co.— 32( Iowa 

Organized 18^1. 

Galley, president; 

6tary; George A. 

Manufacturing Co. 

cor Second. Incor- 

$10,000J A. i. 

Ml St. John, secre- 

I 1 1 - 1 

Mi mufacturfng Co .— 
r. orated 1891. Capi- 

:ee|i, president; R. O. 

; . I > : 

Works— E vh.e and 
ptasidint John 




: Des ]\foine$ Street 
:,ave, corj Mulberry, 1 
S.Polk.jpresiiientiG. 

Des ifoinevi ^aterl 
ave, opposite 'Fifth. F. 
dent; M M. I^nmjin, sIe 

Bes ] Moines Sbre'et 'Jlea 
'ling Co\—ZW Fifth. Id 
Capital '»l4,0p0. j M. HjJ 
jF. S. lira"' 1 ' 1 , secretary. 



Dianioha 



mmer 



\rom Co ,---§ixth] 

^oj^tedl$9li' J.) 

[sej-etiary. ? *i 



c; *etaijy 




.--JGrrand 
t>resi- 



iing,dnd hpnirilc 
ratei ;t893 
pmident;^ 




ftorthe|alt Icbr Sixth! Incorporate c 1891 
Capital $50,000. I N. W.jM;unge5r p 11 



Mulberry; 

_ ;1891., ; 

prs iiftent; 1 ;" 



DIRECTORY, 



atisd 
Mutch 



61 



!, 



Georg^ k. ( Jewetjt, se< jretary. i 

• Dickey Automatic Car*. 'Coupled 
'Fourth' jand Vine. Ineprpo:atea 
Capital $3, )00,000J .Kobe^t Fujlertptijlpre 
sident; $. W. Pickey) 

Duplex Typewriter 



%t) { 



'-.\r 



■>r 



, seqifetar, 

.---^---t ^ j . Co.— i614 Locus};, j In* 
corporajed 1892.' George, jA. JeweU, p$si-i 
derit; A. S. Dennis, secretary. J . . j 

Duran)go Stefyl and. Iron CV|*— 301 Idwa 
Loan and Trust Building[ , Iucor nrailed' 
1890. Ckpi;al $5,0001)00. James Ct 1 anan, 
president; George ;W . Baker, secre ;? ,r|y. 

E 'dey Automatic Ball\Coiipler\ po.-- Incor- 
porated -1891. Capit: il 82 r 500,066,- Z.K C. ,i 
Edey, p?esi|dent; J: JS|. polk, se weti ryl { 

a -. ^ Cremation ( J».|t204 ■■! 

1 tricorpc rated 1888/ Capital' 

*ames ,Sa|eity, preslcfen :.; J,. A.'. 

ahies Calla nai i, tret ,s- v 

'I 
otrt' 



mere-') 



Iqccr-t 



^ V 




.fj:L. 



e- 



J' 



Engle ',Sa nitary ai\a\ 
; Sixth ave ' f -— - - 
$100,000: 

Lawless," secretary ; 
urer. .{ '" 

#Mr4a j9ro6;n I7bZ#er C<J.|-|-jl 
ave. Incorporated 1889 f . Capital 
Bion Cole, president; T. W. H( 
tary. / 

-Ewr^a ^tteii; Co.- -fell Loeui 
porated 18!)1, < i Cap: tall $10,000 
Brownj president; 0.! :J* .Carlson 
tary. ' ■ i" ]. ' : j 

Farquhar Heating Co.— 217 
cor porated 1891;" Capital $15 
Killings, president; Al^F. N. IftaiAlfoftSn, 
secretary; LouiVSteelJmanageb'J ' , 

Flint Briik 00.-3(^810 Iowa iLcaht aiid! 
Trust C)o.^ uilding. Capital $J)6,C0 ) { I. \ 
B. Hedge, president; ,G.!<D. Tedtfck, $c e-J t 
tary; H. I,, H4dge,']vi. Younker 
'Likes,. C. Vf. ^ennip.iW. L. Brpchf, 
tors. j • 

FreelandLoomis Co 



-6'OQ Wilnii 



lirtc- 
n- 



-i:!J0 EiMith. 
il[il,000? ,C. 



ficcr- 
Wkg^r, 



corporated hL8U0. CApiW $300,600. &, W. 
Loomis, president; W.j A. Moms ied'e 
tary and treasurer. ' T 1T 

Fult6n Fish Co 
iporatedtal. Qapitkl 
president; W. D,jW«'£ber, secrkarly 

Oetchell 4 Mkr\lin\ . dumber and M i difAc- 
Luring- Co. \- Eighth And Vine. 1 Capital; 
8100,000. Incorp'oraled J1890. CH.Gekh-: 
ell, president; Johq Ai'Getc5hell,(8e<! 

Vi/^ Merchant Tailoring Ct 
Lpciist. Capital s^KSlo.OOOj 



Plated 18! fup W, T.i Shaver, 
W. Caldbeck, sebretir^; 



i 



u e tarfy. 
--5)9 
Iiccr 



prfciiilei t; ; 



governors Guards— %\^ First. Incorpor- 
**' 891. B. Fuller, president; Charles 
lar, secretary. j 

,|7Zofe- Land Invedme[jii\ Co. — Capital 
$H 10,000 Incorporated 1§9 2. C. E. Mudge, 
pr jsidentv Henry De Aviler, secretary. 

?ra)id Park Land 7b42}2 Fifth, 'iricor- 
porateid 1883. .F. A, jPeriival, president; 
rHomas Hatton, secrjtary 
. Guarantee Abstract Cfo'4213 Fifth. Capi- 
tal. $^0,000. David Eiillisi, president and 
tn asurer Alex Hasti g, secretary. 

:iar\i^Fmery Co.- -618-622 Walnut. In- 
co-poifated 1892: ^ Capital] $100,000. J. S. 
Effiery. president; jH^rdy C. Harris, secre- 
tai y; Henry CI Harrin^ treisureif. 

^ess^ Electric Storage Battery f^e.—^ See- 
burgejr B;lock. O. L. f. Bro\yne, presi 
de it; H: C. Porter, secretary. | I 

/iighldnd 'Gun i ClubA-Nortii side, Des 
M( ines river, bet| Third aM Sixth. C. (J. 
Pe-kiik president; G. El ponverie, secre- 
tary. II 1 

Aighland Park Lu.nl Co. 
B. S 
ary. 



iks, president! W.i 



—214; Fifth. R, 
W. Fink, secre- 



t?o.4218 Iowa 
I^ii|din^. Capital 



! ilintot, Oar Couplet 1 00^—327 E. Fifth. 
Incorporated 1801, Capital $3(10,000." 1). 
W. S^cor, president; ViilMm Christy, sec- 
ret iryj ■ ' ■ i ■ t . j ; i ': . 

Hofne Saving^ and Lodn ' Associotion— 
Iowa Loan add Tnut Biildibg. Incor- 
.poi'ated 1892. N. E 1 , Co$n, president; S. 
W. Baker, secre tary. i 
; j lutchinson Morigo ge 
jLoin and Trust, Co j^ ... B . ^^..^ 
;$4(j;000| Paul Hutchinspii, president and 
jtreisurer; Wood jllu :chiii8ou, vice-presi- 

j Hyde Park Investmmt %i— Jowa Loan 
;and Trust Buildinjr. Organized 1888. 
pa oitaX ^100,000. : HohWlGalley, presi- 
dent;, T. A;. Harding, 3ecreftary and treaR- 

fowa Building and Loch Association— 
308 Fifth] Ineorpornted 1880.1 Capital 
$10,00(),p00. . James Watt;, president; CM. 
Ke ilefi 'secretary. I i ' 

i loufd National Building a?id Loan Asso- 
cia lion^ 303-304 Marquard t Hlock. Incor- 
porated! 1890. Capital |$7, 000,000. J. A. 
T. Hull; president; W. J. Javfenport, sec- 
ret iry j George Bogart , tk{e a surer. 

Iowa poal and Land .Co.— 300 Younger- 
Irian Blodk. Johiji Wyi^ain. president; J. 
A. Jackson, secretary VI V. t. Bowmab, 
treisurer, j 1 , [ 

lowff Columbia Bott C^X702 The Equit- 
able Building. |ln»« porated. Capital 
81.10.000. Mrs., A. E AloMurray, secrte- 
tar/.' ■- I ( | < .' \ 

' lowa\ Deposit am Loan Col (The)— 210- 
218 Youngerhian Blcqk. I Organized 1890. 
Ca )itar $10,000,000.1 JohnjW^man, presi- 
dent; E, C. Spinney, 3ucretary; V. F. 
iNeivell, treasurer. Cirec torsi John Wy- 
.manjS.J]. ProutyjDi-. E. l/j * !■"-«— v 
G. Gardner and ; WiU: ami 



.6. | Spinney, J. 
tcbfson. 



62 



DE8 MOINES CITY; DIRIiCTORY. 



Iowa Eclectic Medical College— 520 Wal- 
nut. Incorporated 1887. Capital $5,000. 
John Cooper, dean and president; W. B. 
Steere, secretary; D. B. Rees, treasurer. 

Iowa* Indemnity Abstract Co.— 206 Fifth 
Incorporated 188!). Capital $10,000. Nel- 
son Royal, president; W. T. Weber, secre- 
tary- ' 

Lewis Investment Co.— 310 Fifth.. Organ- 
ized 18-0. Capital $150,000. George H. 
Lewis, president; John (J. Hill, vice-presi- 
dent; W. A. Hotehkiss, secretary. % <? 

Iowa Iron and Brass Works— U2 Court 
ave. Incorporated 181)0. (Capital, $8,000. 
J.'A'I. Pierce, president; C. Coomer, secre- 
tary and treasurer. 

Iowa Loan and Trust Co.— 207-211 Fifth. 
Incorporated 1872. Capital $500,000. John 
M. Owens, president; D. F. Witter, vice- 
president; John 4L Blair, secretary; W. 

E. Collin, treasurer. 

Iowa Machine Novelty and Brass Works 
— 88 e Walnut. Incorporated 1800. Capi- 
tal $10,000. . S. H. Heberling, president; 
W. R. Marshall, secretary and treasurer. 

Iowa National Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation— 4013 Marquardt Building. Incor- 
porated 181)0, Capital. $7,000,000. J. A. 
T. Hull, president; F. W. Craig, assistant 
secretary; George A. Quiniby manager. 

Iowa Pipe and Tile Co.—K Fourth, cor 
Hays. F. A. Percival, president; A. Y. 
Rawson, secretary and treasurer. 

Iowa Printing Co. — 120 Fourth. Incor- 
porated 1880. Capital, $50,000. T.' H. 
Knotts, president; G.i H. Ragsdale, secre- 
tary-treasurer. 

Iowa Savings and Loan Association— 405 
Youngerman Block. -Organized 1881). Cap- 
ital $5,000,000. C. G. McCarthy, president; 
W. W. Woodward, secretary; G. W. Baker, 
treasurer. 

Iowa Seed Co.— 1)03 Walnut. Incorpor- 
ated^!). Capital, $5,000. E. T. Pierce, 
president; Charles N. Page, secretary, i 

Kecleij Institute {The)— D03 Walnut. In- 
corporated 1SW0. O. J. Houston, i presi- 
dent; A. L. Campbell, secretary. | 

Kenyon Bicycle Manufacturing Co, {The) 
—722 Locust". Incorporated 181)^. Capi- 
tal $25,000. G. R. Lathrop, president; C. 
C. Rhoades, secretary. 

King Mop and Wringer Co. {The)— 115 
Court ave. Incorporated 181)1. Capital, 
$15,000. W. F. Garver, presideut; T. W. 
Henry, secretary and treasurer. 

Kratzer Carriage Co.— Southwest cor 
First a iul Market. Incorporated 1890. J. 

F. Kratzer. president; H. B. Hedge, vice- 
president; C. S. Walker, secretary; C. L, 
Baker, superintendent,. j 

l/ichty, Norman, Hfa?iufacturing Co. — 
Incorporated 1801. Capital, $20,0.00. Nor- 
man Lichty, president; John W. Kennedy, 
secretary. 

Liverpool and Des Doincs Packing Co, — 
Maury, cor E Eighteenth. Incorporated 
1881). Capital, $30,000. W. 8. Ellsworth, 



president; Harry West secretary afid treas 
urer; i . H. Windsor, manager. 

iWcFarlin Grain Co -ClappBkjck. |In-' 
corporitedr8l)0. [ Capi >al,$55, )00. L. Mott, 
president; M. McFarlia, secjrkary 

Man hall Dental Co.— 309 Sevetith. In- 
corporited 1887 Capital; $5),000 , A. H. 
^Marshall, presic ent; .pi, B- ijtfarsljiall, sec- 
retary and treas irer. 



Mason Hand Lathe Co.— E 



west car Fifth. 



W.,E 



J. F. Ajlason, secretary); C. F. 
urer. 

MerMll Brick Co — Oii D 
South Des Moines and 220 SdventL Wm. 
Merrilj, president; H. B. Merrill, secretary. 



Milkr Iowa 
104 Second and 
ated 1B90. Cap 



Li x r,eser< 



50pE Fifteenth. 



Prof. IV 
Mills 



Mason, p 



Vine, soutli-1 



•esideiit; 



Mason", treas- 
M&KC Ry, 



\o } Tile-Over 



I 
A. P 



lcorpdr,- 
Cham- 



pal $3,00] 
bedaid, president;' jE. E.| Millar, secretary. 

Milkr, O. E Hernia Treatment Co.— 
001 to 1102 Iowa Loan ind Trust I uilding. 
Incorp3rated 18 )1. Capital $50,001). F. L. 
Miller, presideiip; C. A.iJtyfiller, secretary; 



Court 

$15,000 

Black, 



iller, treasurer and 

Publishing Co.—ko Coi 
Capitiil $30, 



eorporuted 188J" 
Mills, - c • ' - 

Mow 



resident! D. R. MillsJ secretary. 

t Broon Co. 'i. C.J— 5H-51G E 
ave. lnporporjited 1891. Capital 



Albert Grefe, president; Geo. E. 
seoretarj . 



anagor. 

ourt ave. In- 
OOOl F. U. 



North Highl 
man B ock. Y\ 
J. A. i ackson, 
treasurer. 

Northwestern 
Incc-rpo rated W 



306 Yourger- 

H. Dic^insjon, president; 

secretf.ry; Jplin Sien&an, 



Chemical Co,.— i817 Locust 

)2. Capital $50,000. \y. H 

Scribndr, president; A B. Smith, manager. 

Nqrti western Holiness Publication Co.— 
i 10-712 Grand a, p. H. C. La|ub, piesident; 
Isaiah leid, secretary Edwin J. Gr. Reitl, 
treasurer. 

Northwestern Suspender Co.— 31! Locust. 
W. L. Brown, (resident; W. W. Witnier, 
secretary; W. A Cooper, treasure \ 

Oqk Park Coat and Mining Co.— Jne. and 
one-hair miles nprthwf st of Highland Park 
Colljjgt. Charles McClelltmd, presideut 
and 'treasurer; Uenjanjiin F. Woo<Jl, secre- 
tary) . | 

Oak Park Lqnd Gc 
Bloclk. Martinj Flyrin 
Lehniaa, secretary; W 



Natihiial Raiavay £leptric\al Sipiai Co 
—1704 Eighth. ' Ineort orated 1890. Capi 
tal $1,510,000.. E. J. Ffurall, president]; D. 
M. Fiku, secretary. 

! New England Loaii itfe Trust po >r J-313 
Fifth. Incorporated 18t0. Capit.il $700,- 
000. i L. O. Iijsfibaugh, president; ; W. F 
Bartlett, secretary and treasurer. 

North Des Moines Coil\dni\ Ice C'o^-1542 
Sixth ave. Incorporate^ 1889. Capital 
$3,000. Christopher JJeuujy, pifesiqent; 
'William Town, [secretary. 
\rtk Highland Park Co. 



4-30G Youiigerman 
fpi-esident Heury 
WJ Fink, treasurer. 



DES, 



ImIm: 



{president, AJ {Sentry le. T 

',\qai.- Building mdocjation-^-lfi i 
Organized 18)i Si W. BakeV, 



QITY DIBEtSTORY. 



Iberjhr.l] 

j.".:a.ij 

itetaiy.'j 
aralid! 



! Incorp$|ra%l'l8D2l Capital $UJ,000 
Welch, 

Ona 

live -^ - — 

ident; \ Jay A. Die! [eyt secretary; 1 |W~. : jLlj 
Boyle,! treasurer, j 

Patrick & Luthe Co.— SCO WalnAt. *&- 
cprporatedi Februai yi 1872.- Capital, 
000. J.- P. Patrick, ^pjresiaent and tresls-jj 
urer; Fi H. Luthe, secretary. 
! Pearsall Mariujartunng Co,— 30 f Wgl 
, hut. Incorporated June, 1892. (LpgtU, 
$10,000. Cyrus Peirskll, presiden;; Nor- 
1 man Haskifis, secre ary. .< > :', 

Perpetual. Watci Movement do .--5:0 
6\va Lioaujand' 'f fust Buildibg. . fncoiv 




63 



rown, treasurer 
Manufacturing Co.— 



vhe-preiident:. W. 
at d manager. I 

Schmitt & Ben)ry f _. 

101-109 Second. Incorporated 1890. Capi 
ta $50,000. Phillip 
S. Henry, secretary 

Sdpvtfle Plumbing 



Iowa Loap 
poratedj 1800 

T Tl 1 • 5 • 1 I 



Capfita 
J. J. Town, treasure 



k.'c; 



. .. ..... SIlOOO.O'OO. _.., 

Uhl, president; J. BJ Henshavv, seor?tar7; 

r t ,„_._.ll _...... ..x- G E Giii'nanil, 

mdnagej*.. . , ' ' J 

PoM fcom Vy 4bkp> -qc \ ■ Co. —5' )0 Vfj iln u ;. 
E. M. (jrosk presi It nt ; Al B. Qrossl secre- 



tary. 






folk Comity tfor it stead and Trust Co;4r, 
207Fourtli. Woi pot-atea" 1883. Capita, 
$250,000, George \7l Ogilvie, preVden;; 
F. B. Hp well/ spci star;;. ; < 

Polk, Couiity Lot \n a? d Building A isocii t- 
tion—1M$ tyocustj | J ncbr posited ' 



tocti !• 



Schmitt, | president; B. 

md| ;reasurer. 
Cb.r-8'«i3 Locust. In- 
corporated 1891. Capital $^5,000. W. P. 
jScoville,v^res!de|Qt; M. ! JL Slcoville, secre- 
tary. ■;.!'■ j / . j" 

Security Loan <ind Trtyst C ( o.— 818 Fifth. 



Capital 1 mud, $184,000. 

president; D. G. 5]d- 

A. Merrill, treas- 



s S. 



Ogattized 18)82. 
George! G.uWfig'ht, 
niind^on, secretary! 
uier. ' ! ♦ 

Shaper Can -iage do .--307 e Third I u - 
corporated 1839. 1,1. M. BeWitt, president; 
W. T. Shaver, secretary jind treasurer. 

Sinclair Manufacturiig Co.— 1 25 Fifth. 
Incorporated 1891. (Capital) $25, 000. Ma- 
hsua& Pattcson. proprietors. 

Shkndia.ColalQp.f'E F fthj northeast cor 
Wabash tracks. ; Lpuisj ktohlgreja, pres- 
ident; C ust Ncfwlen, ^ice-|president; Nelson 
Tl om,. becretjry: Oscar) Wijllgren, treas- 
urar. j 

Smith Meet Extetinirialor Co.— 505 



M liber] 
$5), 000 



Capitalji$l,p0O,Opp J. C. Cummins \. pres 



SDcretsiry. 

Investment Ci(Jr-22t) 
1'teOi Capital 11 * 



dent; \V^C.| Bailed 
Pratt \ Land and 
FobrthJ OrfiraniiBti 
()00. E.jP. Brat 
^ice-president; 
j^nd treasurer, 
! Proctor j Cpdl , ;rffc.|f i28|' Third. 



■4 ftrfesidept; L. 
Hlbilacb £eely, 



M 



"t-T 

secretfiry 



rinl 



poratedj 1W; <p pita 
Proctorj presWbt; ^r 
\m-. I i 1 

; frotity-JJoMefp\a (to.!— 105 1 
Icorporated* 188 ),| Clpital, $25,._. 
Prouty, preside dfc; a I»;.^routyl sec 
and treasure \ i • i. ' 



oopo. 

Proctor^, 



Thi 
,000. 



■H 



B200, r 

[ irtit , 



Incoi- 

anifel 

fecit - 

cl. Ib- 
C. @. 

etar r 



ave 



ltcese\Gabriel!\ l & (\'o .U422 e"douL„_ 
Incorporated '1888. Capital, $10Q,OC 0. R 
(iabtiel, president: Ji (xal)riel, dcrt&ryi 

JMert Dekpsfcr «7o. (f/ytej-^ll (tour v 
a\U Inicorporatec 1 }8U. Capital, $flf>,000, 
Kobert jpeinbster, ■■ jr. isSdept; J6bn Vie rran; 
Secretary ' 1 n 

' IioggMiaHeslW, 7o.— ji'll Walnut] In 
corporaCed 1889. (Jajlt^il $18,00Q 
W..:Rog^ |P ])esideit; VY.G. Scptt, 

ta ' r 'y-. »" I. I i 1 : - \ 



c 

iilecref 



Kupali Northwest Ch?J-r-120 % Fdurtl 

1892. 



I 



ipitai, 



yi ^Urgknizedi ;1892. Capital 

ChaVles| Dpuc^ra, president; A. 

SciuyldL*, secretary; W. F.^Stotts, treas- 

unr. J ; ■ *';r l ' ' ( 

.3auttf Park Land ICoJ-4410 Court ave. 
In>or|)obtedl89i. CajMlWO.OQO. F. M. 
Mills, Resident; A. Q. Mi Is, secretary. 

Star Engraving Co. -f. [ }Q fourth. In- 
co -poraied 1892. Cabitfil $10,000. G. W. 
Mi xon, fpresiddpt ; C.|"W. Stiles, secretary 
an I treasurer. 11 . | : ! | 

Motts\ Investment Co,—r$$> Mulberry. 
Imiorpo-ated 18891 Capiial fe,000. W.F. 
Stntts, president;! A. L.'i Campbell ^ice- 
pn isidee t; A. Sdhiiylc r, secretory. 

ThommiYHouston Eledxia \ Light Co.— 
20* Fifth. CharteUri80i. ' \ Capital $50.: 
OOC. SaniuelTJ-BfHljne, ireddent; VV. B. 
Keller, iiecretary; )E. '}.. l?;-att,l Manager. 

Wibblu Manufacturing j?o^Iowa Loan 
and Tr.istl Cp.j Builling, Incorporated 
IMOi Ckpjtal ^200,030. [IV jH. Bosquet, 
pjdsider t; Geprge W. Balcjer, Secretary. 




I'orpbraftd 1891 lAbthotad eft 
f 10.000 J T. J. )E fans, president; ■ _ r 
\ ease, djana^er and secretory ; pbb|i$heri 
Ihc RuM Northwm. ■'{■■■ \ 
Kabbah School' fena'ier Publishh 
rAeM)icor'porat( d leOl! S. I. Liiclsa^ 
President; J. L. Brbwn, vice preside^; (f. 
»• Lindsay, secretary ]_ j { 

: I Saverjjf House Bttel Co.— North We it coi' 
v!i?cust add Fpurth.l Organized 1887.1 W 
presi&eit; J. l? W.-.W:.tjmef f 



>V- Witmer, 



Ijtarv 
tynioh 
F. 



president;; W.SJRichmond, secre- 



Cdal Mining Co.-U4\(i Seventh. R. 
YouteJ president; *>jinld A r dfelfinger. 
sec i-etary; Edward A Ypppg treasurer. 

/ Him Mercantile C 7. -Mmn \ Second . In- 
coiporateai889. C. W. Danjbadk. pres- 
ide it; Alva Green, secretary. 

Vniteu\Siates Deposit wM Loan Co.— 500 

Thu Equjtabfe bldg. Inidi-riojrated. Cap- 

] ital $20.d00,000. SJ/G-. Ijee, I president; R. 

;! J. UcKep, \ice-prBBidisnt; i)ri JohbCooper 

ireasurer; M. A. ityann. secretory. | 

Univmitu Club of Des\ Moines.— In cor- 

vponated J89II. Capital Stdcki $25,000. A . 

•I I Ml ! 



f< 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



Cummings, president; Leon Brown, 
Secretary. 

Van Ginkel Coal Mining Co.— Court ave 
horthwest cor First. Incorporated 1890. 
+t. Van Ginkel, president; G. C. Van 
Ginkel, secretary. 

'' Vermont £)i/ndi<:atc.—~)Qi> Mulberry. In- 
corporated 1888. Cnpial $100,000. Thomas 
Hatton, president; W.'F. Stotts, secretary; 
F. A. Percival, treasurer. 

Warfieltl, Howell, Watt Co.— Court ave 
southwest cor First. Incorporated 1889. 
.Capital $120,000.- W. R. Wariield, pres-, 
■Ident; J. W. Howell, secretary and treas- 
urer. 

i Western Heat, Light and Power Co.— 
(Fourt ave, southeast cor Fifth. Incorpor- 
ated 1891. Capital $5,009,000.. Thos. Wil- 

• lion, president; C. W. Darling, secretary. 

• Western White lironze Co.— Madison and 
fcighth, South l)ea Moines. Incorporated 
J884. Capital $100,000. H. Galley, presi- 
dent; C. W. Johnston, secretary. 

White Line Transfer Co.—2\\ Fourth. 
Incorporated 1882. Capital $22,500. P.J. 
Mills, president; G. K. Martin, superinten- 
dent. 

Woman's' Industrial Exchange— 818 Thir- 
teenth. Incorporated 1892. Capital $50,- 
000. Mrs. K. Dennison, president; Miss 
Lue Case, secretary. 

' Woods- Bibbins Co.— 018-022 Walnut. In- 
corporated 1802. Capital stock $75,000. 

• iJ. (i. Woods; president; II. C. Harris, 
(treasurer. 

Young Men's Life Association— Fifth, 
southwest cor Walnut. Incorporated 1802. 
C. A. Bishop, president; A. J. Lee, secre- 
tary. 

J Zoological Park Co.— 212 Equitable bnild- 
fing. W. W. Fink, president; R. II. Lyman, 
"secretary. 

Insurance companies. 

Accident.. 

^Business Men's Accident Association — 
Room 312 Youngerman Block. Established 
.1892. J. M. Christy,' president; M. V. 
Blackburn, secretary; E. H. Hunter, treas- 
urer. Directors: W. F. Mitchell, T. C. 
Sherwood, J. M. Christy, M. V. Blackburn, 
J. D. Brewer, N. T. Guernsey. 

Iowa State Traveling Mtn' s Association— 
Room 305, Youngerman Block. Estab- 
lished 1880. W. F. Mitchell, president; 
F. E. Haley, secretary and treasurer. 
Directors: Geo. G. Harrison, F. W. 
Holmes, J. M. Goodman, Nelson Lance, 
John Verran, Win. A. Meyer, F. S. Thomp- 
son, Geo. II. Bathrick. J. G. Hanna, A. 
L. Olmstead 

National Masonic Accident Association — 
Masonic Temple. Established 1889. Clark 
Varnum, president; Alf. Wingate, secre- 
tary; II. C. Alverson. treasurer. Directors: 
Clark Varnum, C. T. Granger, Alf. Win- 
pate, O. B. Ayers, II. C. Alverson, Geo. B. 



VanSasu 

c. w;f 



r, R. L. 
acker. ' 



Clark 
FIRE 



iJi A. Dovsrman 



Capik \l Insura ice Co 
corporared 1884. CapUji 
$20,830.33. S/T) 
Gilcrest, secretary; W 
urer. Directors: 



—416 Fourth. In- 

il$lQ0, 000; surplus, 

Berrjr, president; J. K 

W. Lyons J tresis 

Holland, J 



Smith 



A. 
W. 



T 



S.-T. 



Hull, W. L. Read, J. W. Gilcrest, 
Conrad, W. W. Lyons, (J. E. Caprpbell, 
John W. Henderson, J H. 
Berry, John B. Henderson, 1 . 

DeS Moines Insurance -| Co. --405 Court 
ave. Incorporated 1881.J Capital $100,- 
000; surplus, $154,702.84. ; J. G. Founds, 
president; J. S. Clark, secretary and man- 
ager; J. H. Merrill, treasurer. Directors: 
J. G. Rounds, C. B. Atkins, J. R. Bates, J. 
H. Merrill. J. S. Clark, F. S. FracW, J. S. 
Tarn, M. Carr, S. Merrill, A. Lederor. 

Fidelity Mutual i Fire Association.— 
Rooms 205-200, Ix)wa Loanjand Trus i.Build- 
ing. Incorporated \88 r t -j capital, $00,000. 
D. D. Fleming, president; S. Gi Lee, secre- 
tary; A. Holland, treasurer; N. E. Collin, 
counselor. Directors: JD. D. F eming, 
Dr. John Cooper, S. G. Lee, C. A. Moore,, 
A. Hollaud, N.E. Coffin. ; ' 

Hawkei/e Insurance Go.--207-209 7ourtliL 
Incorporated 1K>5l Cajital, $100,000; sur- 
plus, $280,930.40. A. Howell, president; 
W. D. Skinuer, secretary}. Direcurs: A, 
Howeil, W. D. Skinner J'as. Callai an, Wi 
C. Cole, J. L. CallanimL G. M. Hit pee, R- 
S. Fin* bine. ° I. | ■; 

Iowa Business Men's Mutual Fire Associ* 
alion.— 30 Office Building. Incorporated 
1892. Wm. Wilkinson, secretary. 

Iowa Fire Insurance Co. — Office Build- 
ing, 315 Fifth. Ipcorpoia r ted 1892. Capitah 
$500,000. Frank Camp )£11, preside at; Jas 
N. Miller, secretary; Jho. G. F askins 
treasurer. Directors: Frank Campbell^ 
J. Tone, T. M. Walker, R. W. Marquis, A } 
G. Hammer, Wm. Aitciiison, Phil. Shaller^ 
J. J. Steadman, Albert Head, A. J. Gar^ 
lock, Geo. Fairburn, E.J. Price, j 

Merchants and Bankers Mutual Pirelli: 
surancQ Co.— Clapp BlockL Incorporated 



1884. (Capital, $300,000 



W. R. W 



arfieldl 



president; Theodore F. GatcheljTice-presi* ' 
dent; Charles H. Ainley, secretary; J. Wl 
Geneser, treasurer, directors: W; K.* 
Gilcrest, A. A. Kirkhan, M. H. Rirkham, 
J. D. Carpenter, H. 11. JS Watford O. Fi 
Stewart.' t i * . ■ 1 

Mill Owners Mutual Fire Insurt nee Co. 
—Rooms Nos. 3 and 4, Masonic temple, 
Walnut, southwest cor Seventh. Incorp- 
orated 1875; reincorporated 1889. Capital ' 
(mutual), $107:810.04. | E. A. Ccnsigny, / 
president; J. G. Sharp, secretary; C. B. 
Wortihiiigton, treasured. (Directors: J r G. 
Sharp, A T. Birchard, H. D. St. t ohn, J- 
B. Jones, E. A. Consigny, W. L. Illings- 
worth, J. H. Wayland.lH. C.Murpiy, Jas. i 
Taggart. 



corpora|ed 



J 865. 



|DE8 MOiKES OITY 3IEE(!T0RT. 



State Insurance < i?vf -219-223 Fourth 



:ty 



In- 
sur- 
ant; 



v „. r _~. r --. T Capital, $200,000 
plus, $2ri,2b9>41. ' p.1.3. Ayers, prjaji 
W. M, Black seerepriy. Directors^ f n -, ~ 
Wellsla^er, UFohn , Vo'uhees, N. T. feern 
sey, 0. B. AVersj H A. Elliott, J. H.flpid 
sor, E. 11: Cfapp, r |, i? Catjhcart. 



sotiation—Vm 
Incorporate* 




J)es Moines Lif>, k 
southeast eor if Eigh th] 
■O E. Rnwsoa, pjres idei t; Mrs*. JL ; <b 
son, secretary; (3. \ V fright, treats i 
E. llawsbn, genen I Manager, pi* 
L. S. Coffin, [G. JU. ; )ol) j'on. Wm. Fop 
G. Rounds, WJ. W. Fiik, O. jP. Wf , 
K Rawson, 'p. JVf. I au| kn, Mrs. L. <tf, 



L 



Jioj 
wfesl- 



SOD. 

Odd Fellows An luii jf Associatto 1 
411 ifowa L^>an ai d '. ^rust Co. Bu 
Incorporated 1800'. \Vtn. Musspn, 
dent; Chas. H. Bal er, secretary and 
ager; Francis G 3n« ser treasurer. Mirec 
tors:. W id. Mus30iL J jl\iGenev]ay, GHas. 
H. Baker, Franks ^iieser, W. ya'ri y^or 
den. ■:[ i ! i ' ' ' ■' '"• I ! 

The JJanfats Li) e 1 ssociation —j $<)rjth- 
west cor Locust an d F .f th. Incorpt rated 
1879.1 E;A. jTenjpl i, president;. A. C. Siil 
son, ' secretary; jLyu^ii Cook, tneamrer. 
directors: E. A. Temple. O. B. ifers, 
Geoj Glick, ^imojo i (lasady,' E. E. ClarkfH 

\Royal Union M(iti all if e Insurance to) — 
812-816 Equitiablel B jildW Incorpc Med 

1 1880. 'Frank D' Jjac :sor , president; Sdney 
A. Fok^r, secretary; «J. R. Prime* foftp- 
troller; G. B. fPnyj treasurer; Aj G. 
Plumb e, 'actiiarvf Directors: Frark D. 
Jackscn. J.jS. Mprjjan, IS. A. Foster, G. B. 

*Pray,,[. T. Frieafcleli N^M. Hubbarclj Jr., 
S. A. RoberteonJ fc. D j Soardman. ■ [\ \ 

, The Equitabl^ life' Insurance ■ qty". of 
Iowa— 200 Ybungeimai Block. In 
rated 1867. F. M. Hubbe|l, preside^ 
G. Cummins, secret try ; R.J T. i Wells: a 
treasurer Truk<es: Ho^t Shei riTan,' 
. Hbbt. FuHerton, lc. tmngerraan, T. C. 
Hubbell, J. C. CurUiAs, F. M.Hu)ielL 
R. T, Wellslater. O rus Kirk, jTt. M i: J tin. i 



65 



J. H! Dean, u 
C. H. Gatch 



LIBR1RIE! 

, ] es Mpines Public Li^hnjr- Northwest 

co# Fourth and Gran I ave; ! ^349 volumes. 
cLoney, librariafa, C..IL Gatch, 
>r|8ident, F. D. Husi ey, Secretary; C. A., 
)udlekr,t treasurer. Hof.ra: ' " '^' ' 

F.jb. Hissdy, Wm. Hall Jr.; 

an'ifl Cp4^( D|uclley 

EDI(1)AI| AND D.JJNTAt SOCIETIES. 

ks MdinesEomeopi \thic . Medical Society— 
503 Walnut. Meets firs; Monday each 
mdnth. |!D. W. Dickin3on f !^. D., president: 
pe^rge Royaf, M. D. f seci etarjy. 

r ahnemanh Medico I Association— A. P, 
paibchett.Lpresideat D. iW.j Dickinson, 
treasurer; W. A. Hubbarcj secretary. 

Mh pointy Med\cal { Soc\ety—J, W. 
go^kenow^r, m 'D .[ president; H. F. 



M. II)., Se?3re^y. \ Meets first 
each rjiontjh at! County Court 



I. 



LIVE s^oqt,! 



Firmer? s Mutual \Livk\ Stocti Co.— lldsur* 
nde Association. 141,3-T jungeiiman 1 1 acki 
Orgmiz^d 18pi. W, J.Ueamari, presiie;nd 
J5j W. tTohnson, seiretsbry; Mi M.C-ook, 
treasure^* 



ea3urer. i 
Fhrmer\s' Mutual 



j 



app 



— : . JflMrcinck 1 — 65 (p 

Block. Ihcorpbrditcd 1J74. Ci H. Cifoss, 

prq^id^nt ClE, Jiabh| ^cretary. ' . : 
Northw ' ' ' ' 



orthwqstetn Livq Stokk hisuranc 
H00» office Building. I acbrpqrated^ p 

eipital $100,000. E-.- D. | Kauffman, if^re 
tarjjr; G. W v Marqftardt. reasui^er. D 
ors 1 : M. StalkerJE. D Kauffman, G 
Marquardt, --■-■' - - -- 

N. C j Guernsey 

■ -5V . . \. 



Go. 

186; 



iect- 

Jw. 



L. Aj: Lum()ard; J. W/ll 



■;k 



^v^bles, 
jfu'osday 

':3d use. I 

fee/^a^e Medical jSoc^-^-Burlington 

vas selected as place of] holding next' an- 

fau^ltoe4ting. Dr, O M, Hobby, of Iotfa 

IJilj^. president; first vice-president, Dr. L. 

J chooler Des Moints; peconcl vice-presi- 

e^Dr A. L. Wright, b( Carroll; sejere- 

1 ^ar^; Dr. CS, Chase, ofjWat^rloo; ass^st- 

nMecretary, Dr. Mary Bf Tuttle, of Bur- 

., -in £ ton; treasurer, Dr. Skinner, of Cedar 

1 ]iatid8. ....": ] i 

Iowa & late Eclectic iledital Society— mo 
k Wa nut. H. V. Byen, preside nt, Newton; 
J. J . Gillespie, secrettryj 3crkntop; B. T. 
<iaqd treasurer, Mite lellville. 

MED][GAIi dOLLEGES. 

; Icwa College of Phyiricia is and Surgeons 

+-Medicajlj Department,, t> aka University. 

G fr. Carpenter, A. Ml j LL. D., Chan- 

ellor; Lewis Schooler, -fc] Di, Dean; O. 



phi p.-, Secretary of 



enbon, A. M., M. D., 
'ac'jlty. ■ 

It iva Eclectic Medical fio\llegk— 520 Wal- 

ut| L.| H. Chapman, Mj. ?D., Lorimer, 

.6^r», president; Mrs !^.| Ai Fleming, M. 

3.,| vide-jpresident; -B.!l %%■ Galdd, % D., 

re.i9ute; E. D. Wilejr,jM^ iD), recording 

secretary; J. J. -Gi^lesplsJI corresponding 

isecrietaM ., . . .| \ ■ h M 

] VEirERINARiV. 

Iowa Veterinary tiileM — i\2 Grand 
,'tye. A college lor instrubung students in 
•-«Jie| practice of Veter nMr Medicine and 

j^yiine, Breeding 

•iJi-,. ^ M-o.-T-Tint or the 'domestic 
nimal^; J. A. pamp^eU, D. V. S., Dean 
jbf Faculty. Trustees: j0, H. P. Shoe- 
ibriker, M. D., president; F. W. Loomis, 
m.\ X secretary; J. A t Campbell, D. V. 
.J treasurer and registrar. 



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DE8 MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



EXCHANGES. 

' Builders— 511 Mulberry. Charles Weitz, 
president; J. H. Maine, 1st vice-president; 
S. T. Roberts; 2nd vice-president; 11. M. 
J. Coleman, secretary Charles H. Martin, 
treasurer; Carrie L. Urban, asst. secretary, 
Directors: Franklin Taylor. J. H. Holland, 
Frank Nelson. ,J. A. Wallace, • Frank 
Stradley, J. C. Mardis, D. R. Ewing, J. A. 
. Lewis, A. L. Smith, George Barquist. 

MERCANTILE. 

* Commercial Exchange {The)— 505 Locust. 
Organized in 1888. J. C. Cummins, pres- 
ident; O. L. F. Browne, secretary; Tac 
Hussey, treasurer. Directors: 1. M. Earle, 

7 ,G. L. jarrett, V. F. Newell, A. S. Wilcoxen, 

L.Sheuerman. W. E. Coffin, D. H. Kooker, 

J. H. McCord. J. M. Read, S. W. Hazard. 

Producers Association^-tt)!) Fifth. Or- 

1 ganized 1890 Meets fourth Thursday each 
mdnth. George A. Carter president; R. O. 
Green, vice-president; Grill' Johnson,, sec- 
retary; J. W. Geneser. treasurer. Direc- 
tors: J. C. Cummins. Geo. A. Carter, R. 
0. Green, John W. Kennedy, Wm. Harlan, 
G.E. Black, Grill' Johnson. 
• Befcl Estate and Stock Exchange— 202 
Fifth. T. M. Walker, president; O. E. 
Sherman, secretary; F. A. Percival, treas- 
urer. , 

MILITARY. 

Commander-in- Chief and Staff— Horace 
Boies, Governor and Commander-in-Chief; 
George Greene, Adjutant-General and A, 
Q M., Des Moines; N. W. Mclvor, Assist- 
ant Adjutant-General, Cedar Rapids; G. 
Rush Lincoln, Inspector-General, Ames; 
M. M. Marshall, Commisary-General, 
Council Bluffs; Fred H. Little, Surgeon- 
General, Muscatine: W. II. ('. Jaques, 
Judge- Advocate-General, Ottumwa; Thom- 
as F. Cooke, Geueral Inspector Small Arms 
Practice, Algoua; H. II. Canlield, Chief of 
Engineers and Signal Officer, Boone; Clif- 
ford 1). Ham, Military Secretary, Des 
Moines. ! 

IOWA NATIONAL GUARD. 

Third Regiment, I. N. (/.—Charles V. 
Mount, Colonel, Shenandoah; Albert W. 
Swalm, Lieutenant;Colonol. Oskaloosa; 
John C. Loper, Major, Des Moines; W. H. 
Evans, Major, Red^Oak; R. J. Gains, 
Major, Green Held. 

Company A—\j. Parker Sherman, Cap- 
tain; J. E. Devore, First Lieutenant. Ar- 
mory, Bird Building Fourth. 

Company H—G. D. Ellyson, Captain; 
E. CI Wortliington, First Lieutenant; F. 
W. Phillips, Second Lieutenant. Armory, 
Hall, e Sixth and Locust. 

* 

MISCELLANEOUS CLUBS AND SOCIE- 
TIES. 

American Educational Aid Association — 



1348 E Ninth; incorporated. I Mrs L.(C. jMc 
Garry, agent. j I : , 

^Danish Brotherhood No. 15— Meets first 
aud third Thursdays ib. sach month n hall, 
e Grand ave, cor Sixth. I Jacob Esl ensen, 
president; J. C: Hansen [secretary. , ., 

Des Moines Branch Nq. J77—{lvhh Na- 
tional League)— Meets fiirstiand third Sun- 
day in each month, in haljl over313|S6venth. 
J. P. Howard, president; Ji C. O'Donnell, 
secretary; Rev. James [Foley, treasurer, 
Stuart. J 

Des Moines Club— 4m G^rand av3. Or- 
ganized 1885. Capita' j $100,000. J. -T. 
Priestley, M. D., presidubt; W. R. Stewart, 
Jr., secretary: W. E. C es^J treasur ir. Di- 
rectors: W. E. Cless, \il . L. Read, F. M.i 
Hubbell. j j 

Dei Moines Cycling Cip^Sixth f.nd Lo- 
cust J 'Wm. Ha.rbach, president; Clinton 
Clark, vice-president; Alvah Green secre- 
tary; jCharles Reinking, treasurer, 

Des[ Moines Driving Fhrk— 200 Younger- 
man | Block. F. M. Ilubbell, president, 
H. l|. Thompson, treasurer; C. ilutten- 
lochcjr, secretary. j • \ 

Des Moines Womaii'siClub—Mv&l J. J. 
Berryhill, president; TItsj E. H. Carter, 
secretary; MissRachae JClarke, treasurer. 

Des Moines Whist qw&i-219 Younger- 



man' Block. Meets Monday e\ 

>« i -»-r • i* I • 1 I_ i 1"* . H ft 



enings. 
Samuel Neidig, president; R.'M. |J. Cole- 
man,' secretary. I j ■ j ' 

Qerman Turners Association — Turner 
Hall, Eighth, btitweoji Mulberi'i- and 
Cherry. Meets first Friday in each month. 
Juo. Mason, prestden ;j H. C. Bichrodt, 
secretary. i 

Highland Oun -A Club — North of Des 
Monies river, between ;hird and Sixth ave. 
G. El Converse, president; A. J. 2 wart, 






secretary. 

Iowa Humane Society j— 713 Seventh: 
Thei. F. Gatchel, president; James Watt, 
vice-president, Simon Casady, treasurer; 
M. C. Burndage, secretary. 

Iowa Tract Society- 60S e Twelfth. Rev. 
C. F. Stevens, secretary. 

loxua State Temperance Allinnci — 9-11 
Good Building. Mrs. A. E.. Mctfurray, 
secretary. , , ' 

Iowa Road Improvtment Association 
E. ri. Tayer, president, ClintonjO. L. F. 
Browne, secretary, Ees Moines C. B. 
Woifthington, treasurer, Des Moin 3S. 

Moat State Travelinv Men's Association— 
305 Youngerman Block. W,. F. Mitchell, 
president; C. E. 'Evans,- vice-president; F. 
E. Haley, secretary ard treasurer. 

Kicky Institute (27i3)-9Q3 W aluut. Os- 
wald J. Houston, president-land i aanager; 
Wiljiam Stotts, vice-president; A. L. 
Campbell, secretary. 

League of the Sacre^ Thifst—E Walnut, 
southwest cor Tenth 
Sunday iu each month 






president; Robert Brenan, secretary. 



Meet^ first a ad Third 
RevW.H. lenihan, 



PES MOINES 



ion 



Orient Whdi C^fc-Hanson's Bhildini,, 
Locust] aijd e raixthj Meets Monday an U 
JSatu relay ftvenlbgs. Fdhn C. Loper, feres i 
dentj $."M. J. Cbletm,n, secretary. : • 
■' i Poffc County Womiti Suffrage Society-- 
ijixs. Saraih Perkins] ^resident; Mxjs.JL. m.\ 
DeWitt, secret iry^ Mrs. M. D. Allen, {treat r >: 
urer. i| I '•" . ' . •• h,.. b 

Lqctasl ■•; 

May Dried, caritain. • U ,; 

\\Swedish l Benevolenf fiociety, sviafrtyLeets \ 

second Tuesday eacl mjonth |in qkandi i : 

Hallj E. Lpcusi. H $m liSederstrand^resi- 




clentfc OttojNelspp, s^retar'y. . 
(Swedish Economical Society, t > 



Skqn$in-4 



st}. A 
socri 



Meets first' Monday in i each .month 

'holidays in Sk|andia| Hall,, e Loci 

Barquist, ^resi^ent; IjliW. Barquist 

■ ,tarj\ ..!'■■■ 
. Swedish \Mutial Qo —Meets ih Skandi 
Hall at call of presii lent Alfred Holm) 

' prudent; ICharles Ryien^secretarj}. I 
University Cmb of'Ves Moines ^Am iWal 
nut. A. B. Summits, president! Wni 
Wjilcoxen, Isecretar^; ^lson Bpyall' treas- 
urer. ' I | .!"."'. '"'' ';• ' ' ! | ' ,1 ! 1' 

Wommi's] 'Christian Borne— 585 iSgvetith, 
Mrs. Dr. Hijitchiqs, jpre jident; Mrs! Dr. fTur- 
n.ei\ vice-presideni; Mrs. Dr. <T wining, 
secretary; mvk. jHejnry P}umb, treaslirjer. :i 
i Young < Men's Chri sti xri Associc tmn— 
Griarjd ave, |nortll|west ccr Fourth. |D. F. 
Wj|ter, president; Pai il JHutchinsoE , vice- 
president;' JftdWard W (Peck* genien.l ised- 
retary; H. Al Harris, treasurer. Din ichors: 



H.IC. HarHs. W. W. jAinsworth. , iV('.Wi 

Williams, CI E. Camp bell, Paul Hifte)iin 
o <n WoWi ty It? wif^t. tor 



son] B. C. 
Beotleyjc. 



R. Chase; 
Hivnn, J[ Aj McKinne* 
M. to 1(} \\ m. (gospel 
p. to. 



.Waird, D: !!FV Witter, Wl B.l 

TT A O -i_ J * 



H.| A. Smith 
Open f rota 
meeting Sunl^aj 



(Irand ^rmy oi; the r;e£ubli(L 

r State House— Meets ajnnually in lApiril. 

til. 
L. 



-Meets annually ih ApriL 
189,4 (meeting alt Council Bluffs. [Phil. 
, Sctialler, commander, ties Moines; &. 
Leonard, A. A. t G., Ees Moines; ll 
Graff, A. Q. M. &., Sac City. \ j 

Crocker Post Ko*. 12- -Southeast ccr li*o 
oust ,and Seventh.. Moets first and third 
Tuesdays ekch month. |1jJ H. Mc3ord, ! 
cpmniander; F. Cr. MoffeH, adju*taht. .' i 

i Crocker Relief Corps No. '27— Sout liw^st; 
cor Locust and Seyentl J Meets firslj and 
third Thursday evenings each Imontlh. 
Mrs.iM. A. Murphy, president; Mrs. 
BaHer/secretaryj ' ,;i / j' 
Kinsman Post Wo. 7- Grand ave, 
east; cor Sixth^ [Meets second and ffclurth 
Saturday evjeningsj eaclii month. !iCr C. 
%is, eommander^ 1 S. V. West, adjjiltrati 

■ madman welief < Cor\ ti M. 24— (: \ *and 
avej sdutheak bot Sixtli.i . Meets j firs; apd 
J'rd Saturday evenings (jacn month. Mrs. 
?■ p r Myers 1 , president ; Mrk M.! K Sny, 
^er secre,tarSr. . I, ^ 




DIEEOTOEY. 



67 



■ ■' ■ ' : ;ll ij. i 

Ladies of the 0. A.p 4rMary Logan Cir* 

e. Meets alternate |Ti|esday eveningsof 
ekch month. ' Mrs. v^.i C. Staves, presi- 
dent, Mrs. 1^. MJ DeWfitw secretary. 

Ladies] Aid Society \Np. 20— Lynch 's 
Jtilall. Auxiliary to pijirij|ide Camp No. 21, 
Sj of V. Meets second /and fourth Tues- 



di ty ejvenij] gs of each no 
C amfitt, p|residehtj M 
jSejcrpliary.' t i , 

Sons off F^^erana-tljynjch's Hall, Burn- 

Iiies- 
month; W. ty. 
Bfennett. 



th. Miss Minnie 
ss Grace Mack, 



side (Danip No: 21/ .Mp^s alternate, Tqes- 



djy evenings in earn 
Bi8by|, captain; Harlau ' 

POLITICAL Oil 



Deiinis, J. A. 



ATIO^S. 

repuMicjAn. ..\ •' « 

Polk County RepullimA Central Commit* 
teL— headquarters G runt| Club Rooms over 
514 Walnut: R. F. Kehkopf, chairman; 
S. W Baker. Secr^^rylji W. H. Bailey, 
treast rer. Executive! committee: B. f. 



Av[onj Drt G. B. £iblk Mitchellville'; 
Trumku Jones, Des Moip^s; J. J. Scoville, 
Rdnnells; tye^bster Nfiglri, Saylorville; J. 
Ml Clijiffee, BerwickcM J. D. Hartsock, 
Berwick. I I 

FirkWard-U. L. Fifosij j. C. McLe'land, 
Wn). Hammitt. 

second Ward— R, B. 
Brewer :[ • ' | i , 

fhiid Ward-W. H. S. Matthews, W, H. 
Balleyl Jl. W. StilesTj ; li ' 'j 

i Fourth Ward— Bruce E. Jones, J. W. 
»-Briw4. 'Charles E. C4mpb?ll. . i 
' Fifth Wdra*-W. T. $hayer,C. M. 
worth] S. Vy. Baker. 1 '» 

Sixth WaM—J. 
Rehkopt, A, S. Carpe 

Seventh Ward— S. |T. White, Gedrge P. 
CuiraU, T, J. Doahe, Edi Grimes. 

'jtiowship Commitlee-~j\ p. Snoiv 
Elkhait; A r J. Ricks, IRMng Suil; JG/W. 
Ma;tern, Santiago; B.jF) Bunty, Bjondur- 
ant; Francis Whiteh >use,jj Grimes; Thos. 
Irving Ankeny. i ? ,i j |i' . ; 
j Biftl WdTxl^YT. pL\! IShaver, C. M. 
Ayles worth, S M W. Baker. | 
J Sixth -Ward "±\ J. P, Hutchiris, B. F. 
Rehkpbf. A. S. CarperL I, ' ' 

i SMth 'T^rd-rS. T. White, y G. P. Cur- 
ran, T. J. Doane,! Ed. Grimes. 

Towship Committee-\j6h)i McLain, Polk 
Qtf; Levi C!oy, Saylorviilel J. W, Lassie, 
Maxvvell; J. H. tyeaver, |!GampbelI; F^ A: 
iTomlinson. B. B. Grovfir, (rrimes. I 

■| j .■..;•. CLUBS. ; / 

(Mparif Club—Room^ 7qv 514 Walnut. 
Meets on call of the| president. E. G. 



j Hutching, 



Ayles- 
B. F. 



Pritt, president ;'R. B 



\\-j 



K 



i. 



Dennis, treasurer; 



. DahltJerg, secret aryl 
Lincoln Glub—Meeti atjckll of president 
^;Jw„i;„™> a ulu «lLocust,>orth- 



dehti in Wagoner's Hall, !e 



68 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY., 



easi; cor Sixth. B. F. llehkopf, president; 
Charles Brown, secretary. ' , 

:Young Me'ns Republican Club — Meets 
first Monday evening in each month at 
Grant Club Rooms. James A. Howe, pres- 
ident; Jesse A. Miller, secretary. 

Veteran Tippecoane — Meets first Tuesday 
01 each nictatn at Grant (Hub Rooms; D. 
M. Fox, president; J. S. Newman, secre- 
tary. 

| Swedish— Meats in Skamlia Hall, e Lo- 
ll cust, bet Fourth and Fifth; George Han- 
• son, president; E. Swanson, secretary. 

Colored Mens 1 Republican — Meets at 
> Grant Club rooms. E. T. Banks, presi- 
dent; J. VV. Heeler, secretary. 

DEMOCRATIC. 

Democratic County Central Committee — 
Headquarters Hawkeve Club Rooms, No. 
$12 Fourth. L. M. Garrett, chairman; W. 
B. Crosby, secretary; 'John Howard, treas- 
urer. Executive committee: Henry Rie- c 
gleman, T. L, Sellars, James Lewis, Con. 
O'Brien, John Flynn Jr. 

Township Coynmittee— -Levi Rothfus. Le- 
vey; R, B. Patterson, Mitchelville; O. L. 
Meek, Des Moines; J. B. Pucket, Run- 
nells; William Larjray, Altoona; James 
Lewis, Ankeny; John Shannon, Berwick; 
•* Frank West, Altoona. I 

First IFflrrf— Frank Casadv, R. M. Taft, 
E. G. Bennett. . 

Second Ward— James BWce, John A. 
Jones. 

Third Ward—- Henry Riegleman, H. tee- 
nier, John Lewis. 

[Fourth Iran/— Paul Van Dyke, D. L. 
Mutchrar, Joseph Eiobeck. 

Township Committee—)!. A. Doubleday, 

Elkhart; Nat. McCleary, Santiago; J. E. 

Davis, Bondurant; N. B. Cooley, E Des 

j) Moines; Peter Rinkenburger, Crocker. 

!! Fifth Ward— AX. Erviu, F. G. Bennett, 

John D. Lowry. 

t Sixth Ward— J. G. Munzenmaier, John 
Howard, R. M.J. Coleman. 

Seventh Ward-Ed. Forsyth, I. M. Wal- 
ton, William Sampson, R B. Parrott. 

Township Committee—? '. Rinkenburger, 

Crocker; S. H. Houser, Polk City; Ed. 

. Stokes, Saylorville; J. M. Flynn, Jr., Clive; 

William Aitchison, Maxwell; W. A.Seibert, 

S. A. Sumner, Grimes. 

CLUBS. 

Mmlicello Club— 212 Fourth. Meets first 
■ Tuesday in each month. Samuel Strauss, 
president; M. C. Bennett, secretary. 

Scandinavian — Meets in Carlson's 'Hall, 
, e Locust, bet fourth aud Fifth. M. Jeff- 
;: sen, secretary. : 



MISCELLANEOUS AND 
SCHOOLS. 



PKIYATE 



1 1 
St Ambrose Parochial Schools — Sixth ave, 

northeast cor Grand ave. Conducted by 



Sister j Cyman, 
Flavin, ; Superin- 



r 



the Sisters of Charity, 
Superioress; Rev. M.,. 
tendentj. 

St. Joseph's Academy for Young Ladies— 
Souih ^ide Grabdave, near Twenty-eighth 
Conducted by Sisters of Charity. Sister 
Mary CJasim is, Superioress. L 

St. Mary's Parochial School,— ml Second. 
Conducted by the Franciscan. Sisters i P. ^.. 
Rev. P, W, Schmidt, sup jrintendent. 

Visitation Parochial School.— NoiJIhw^st 
cor Seventh and e Court ave. Conducted 
by ph4 Sisters of Charity. Rev. J. IF. Nu- 
gent, superintendent. J 

Z ion Lutheran Congrtgational School— 
115 L0Cust. H. Singrue a, 1 principal. 



MUSICAL SOCIETIES. 



Des Moines Musical lollege.— Callanan 



I 



liege. 
M. LJBartlett, president aud Idirec 



president; 



College. C. M. Keeler 

M. L.jBartlett, prt 

Barrett, secretary. j 1 

NE»'SP(APERS AND PUBLICJATI 



Prof. 

OY' r E. 



WS. 



Accountant, 
Locust, 
edito 



The 



[onthlyp — 608-010 
Established 18fc|0|. J. M. Mehan, 
and manager; 50 cents pur year. 
Anlerican Red Men (Mont ily)- -Court 
ave, southeast cor Fourth. Established 
188«.>. j Red Men's Publishing C6,, publish- 
ers. I A. B. McCown, editor; 50 Cents per 
year. , ( I | 

Avalanche, The (Colored, Weekly Repub- 
licaujh-SlS Iowa Loan nnd 'Trust Building. 
Established 1891. ^vijanehe Publishing 
Co., publishers. A. S. Barhett, managing 
editor; $2. per year. | If' 
D§phic, The (Li^ijary, 



Bi-weekly,) — 

Established 18 H. VV. 

V^j. Morgan busi- 



Drale University. 

H. Matlock, editor; L. 

ness lpanager; $1[50 per ycjar 

Dts\ Moines District Tilings (R|eligiou3 
Qua. •terly)-1728[Fourth. Established 1888: 
Rev B. F. W. Cozier and Rev. Emory Miller 
editors. and publishers;) 25 cents r.eryear. 

Des Moines Leader, The (Democratic)— 
420 Court ave. .Established 1848. Henrv 
Stivers, editor, ',j» ubl is her 'and proprietor. 
Daijyj $7 per<year; weekly $1. 

Des Moines News, (independent, Daily 
and Bi-weekly)— 203-205 fFourth. Estab- 
lish 3cl 1881. Des Moines News Co.. pub 
Ushers, j J. J. Hamilton, editor; G 
Cr^cken, advertising manager; P 
business managejr; Daily $4. 



L. Mc- 
B. Dur- 

,veekly 



1 



ley, 
$1 

Echo, The (Literal* J Weekly)-|C6rniD$?, 
corj Sixth ave. Established 1802. W.E 
Kennedy, editor; J. Fj Remedk, manager; 
00 cents per year. "| i j : 

Farmers Tribune \ The ( Agricultural 
Weekly )— 519 MulberHh 1 Established 1878., 
Farmers Tribune Co., publishers. J. B. 
Weaker, editor; Alii Wooster, business 
raauager; $1 per yeriij 



\yooster, 



Or^and Army Advbmie and Womans Be- 
lief Corps Magazine] (Fraternal Weekly)- 



, 120 FoUr^h. E^tablis 
' editor jand pjuijlisheij' 

Highway Banner 



iU'1880. 
$1 per 



k 



c Christian 



B1.50 per yenr. 

^cultural ^Weellly)- 
1855. He iry,Wal 



(Weekly )—7 10 ! and 7: | Grand i a^ei" Estab- 
lished 1875. Jlev. ( Iflftiah ReioJ, jeflitor ; E 
Jf. G. Rejd, manager 

Homestead,. \The (A 
^01 Lqcust. (j)rgamij;l 



lace, e«itor; Ji M. ri:rce, i business mana- 
ger; ^j], per yejar^ ji , • j ■. | '; ' ■ v ' l[ 

j Inldkd Christian Advocate (Weekly)]— 519 
Mulberry. , EstaiblishJE d 1886. ReV. B.|D. 
Alden,' e^it(|>r;l JainesP. Hunnel, business 
manager; $1 r>er yea [\ • I* i, 

Iowa Capiifil [Re public ani Daily and 
W<|ekl[7)-UE \^alnut, ioutl wejst cpr pth. 
L. 5T oung, editor an]d put lisner; [daily $5 



per year; we'dkly, $1 




ler/yieait. 



Iowa Endeabofer (liaqthlyji-Establiaied 
1801. ;Ella Relinking, aditor; 'Free erick F. 
Peise, f business mariagsr; 25 cents )erytarl 

fowa Odd follow f, The (WeellyjfW 



Locust. Established 
jeditorand publisher; 
jlowa Prohibitionist 
Grand are. Estab 
Campbell, editor .auo| proprietor 
year, t f . - 

Iowa School. Jourr 
Slouthlyj— 714 Locus 



Henry] Sabin, 



editoi 



1 



Holiness 



J 



1891., "S. K Gtim 
Ml per vear'; f ': 

T/ie (Week y)— 1830 

lifted 1890. I W r A. 

$U per 

,il, The (Edicatmnal 

Established 1886'. 

C. W. Ma];tindllei 



I] DIEEOTORT. 



mariager;t$l rjervea'if 

| Jom Sfana\ (W. C *JU. iMon4ly)-J2#) 
College ave. Clara a. Stevens an i Adjdie 
Ml Esljeyi editors' anc J, proprietors. j 

! tyow$ Stdatk Anzeyef (German! Depji 
crat)-|l8 Wanut. Established 1859. «Jo 

SiboecK.leditcrand iibjisher; weekly] $3 
er yej^rJ . " ; '•■''-■ .; 

| Iow& State 'Register Republican — Ccurjt 
ave, iiotitheapti cor ,< F6urth< fL Jlar t sop 
Bros., j editors and publishers, l'aily, $7 
per yekr;| weekly, $1 per, year. I * : j 

Iowa) W Q. T. Ui-lM essmger (Tejr : per a nee 
Semi-MobthM-EstablMhed[ v 1886. W. Q. 
•% U. of Jowaj, £ublh nets. jMiss! Florence 
Miller; editor; 75 cents tier year.; i 

Kell'slawa Turf (S AiJ-Monthly Hokee 
and Live Stoc £.— &19 jiojeust. : Es :ablisned 
'1&89. .phii. S. Kell, alitor and pf blither. 
$1 penye&r. • [ ■; ■ r .'[. ! 

I Liveh Stock? md WMern Fitrrh \ Journal 
(Stoclcj Semi- Monthly .J 301 1'LoeAst. JEs 
tablislied] 1872L Hen# Wallace t fiitoft J 
"M. Phjrce, business m>ttager;<Jli Jer^ear 

Mail and Timed tW^ekly Sbiiety am [ 

iEs^ablis " ' L 



wpfcle, 0ditots and 
P^r.year 



istiing Co 
,editorj $2-, 
IiqoI teacfit 



Literary)L-51<3 Lojq it 
Mail and TirAes ~ ' 
sis. E.B. Vvffnteomb 

i National Sabbath 1 1 
ousMon^ly)4T405C(ii 
1890. Re|v.S I. Lktisey, edi 
B, Lindsey, business manager]; $1 

llParish I OuUook, XM ,(Minth 
Sixth ave. EstablnW 1888. 



^blish^rs;^ 



50 centf 



69 



Plain Talk (Weekly 4522 e, Walnut. Es- 
itablislifed 1880. Biuhara Bros., editors and 
jjw^lishers; $1.50 puv, year. I 

'oik County Fanner, j?he (Weekly Agri- 
dulturist)-519 Mulberry. Established 1887. 
Tanners Tribunej Uoi, publishers; $1 per 
#e|ir.' : ! , ij I 

ural Northwent, I The (Agricultural 
nthly)— 118-120 Fpuith. | Established 
2. Rural Nortihwept Oo„ publishers; 1>. 
J. Evans, business m^na^er; bo cents per 
3 ear. . \ | j" lY , .. ! 

Saturday Review (We )kly I Society; and 
( Jener|ilNews)-3 17-310 F fth. jReview Pub- 
lishing Co.,, publishers; f. H J Perry, busi- 
i ess manager; JohnM. rppe, 'editor; $1.50 
jiejryear. ' 1 . |- ' .. ■ . 

Svithiod, The ; (Swedish Republican 
W|eekly)-512 e Walnut. Established 1?83. 
Swedish Publishing Qo., j editors and pub- 
1 sners; SI 'per year. ■ j i j 

Trade [Journal !(Comn!rercial Weekly)— 
123 Walnut, Established 1880. Charles 
Hewitt, jwhojesal,^ grocer] proprietor. 

Wesley Worker (Religious t Weekly)—E 
De|s Moines. 'Establish^ 1892. Wesley 
I Ipworth; League! edifoijs 1 and publishers; 
25 cents per .year. j ij • - 
' Western Garden and \Pou\try Journal 
(horticultural Mdnthly)4p05 Walnut. Es- 
tablished 1890. pharies K. Page, editor. 
5} cents per year. | 

! Western Trade,] The (Trade Monthly)— 
1^6 Fourth. Established 1885, • P. D. 
IS wick, editor and putilis|iBr; 50 cents per 
yeir. ■ ■. -| | '| I , i 

Wide Awake, ! The [Monthly) 4 Des 
Miines,' la. Established 1891. J. A. 
(Webb, editor and. proprietior. 
i. Womdns . Standard i ( Wjomans Suffrage 
Mohthlv)^l520 Centef. . Established 1887. 
Ki.thenne M. Pierce, editor and publisher; 
"" cents per year. • : j ■' 

Workers Monthly,] 'llie ' (i Religious 

sekly, Missionary )-rbzi Moines, north-; 
elajt cor e Twelfth.! Established 1889. 

»va Tract and Misjslot a]*y Society,L pub« 
l)8iers; 25 cents per y^ar. 



,50 

ea 
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ORCHESTRAS A W BANDS. 

i • ij ■ . ; 
Iowa State Band— Noritneast cor Mulber- 
rjy and Sixth ave. Prganizud 1890. Capital 
U)0,000. Fifty j^ecejM By act of legis- 
Ui.ure it has been made japtate. Band and 
i i controlled by the Exeicutive Council in 
th a same manner is the p. S. Marine Band 
i i byj the. general! governjm jnt t ! George C. 
Newman, presideht; Wj. W. Fink, vice ; 



j resident; Joseph! S. 



Uhh 



treasurer; Frederick Finney, general 
i annager ana musical jdireitor.: Directors: 
1). Bi.r Lyons, Frjederic^j Phinney, George 
C. Newman, W. "W. Fink, W. R. Warfiefl, 
C. Bl Atkins. *! i ■ ' \\ '' j 



secretary and 



^k 



Foster's Opera Hqfafr Jrdliestra—Wa,}-' 
1 1,| southeast cdr |Ei&h$. Fred Schneider, 

i rector. ■.]"'■•' ! IN 



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DE8 MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



Mozart Siring Quartet— Walnut, south- 
;. east cor Eighth. Jacob Schmidt, director. 

Des Moi?ies Mandolin Club — 502 Wal- 
nut. George F. Johnson, leader. 

Des Moines Military Band and Or- 
chestra — 215 Fifth. J. B. Reynolds, 
^director and manager. 

Gerberich' s Grand. Orcliestra — 1175 
Ninth. L. S. Gerberich, director. 

' Gerberich' s Octette Society— 1175 Ninth. 
L. S. Gerberich, director. 

Kromer's Orchestra — 407 Walnut. A. 
J. Kromer, leader. 

PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. 

Foster's Opera House— Walnut, south- 
east cor Eighth. 
/ Grand Opera Bouse— 314 Fourth. 

Wonderland (Curio Hall and Theater)— 
Walnut, southeast cor Fourth. 

POSTOFFICE. 

■'.'■' . GOVERNMENT BUILDING. - 

Des Moines Postoffice— Court ave, north- 
east cor Fifth. Isaac Brandt, postmaster; 
Olive C. Brandt, private secretary; J. W. 
Cheek, assistant postmaster. 

Money Order Division— Frank Mattis, 
superintendent; Hattie J. Maish, clerk; 
Rosetta M. Cannon, clerk. 
Register Division— W '. T. Bateman, su- ; 
. perintendent; Hulda Sandholm, clerk. 
, Free Delivery System— \\ T . H. Reineck, 
superintendent; A. L. Davis, chief clerk. 

Stamp Department— Geo. H. Cristina, 
record clerk; S. G. Cogswell, stamp agent, 
North Des Moines; Elmer $. Farr, stamp 
agent, Sevastopol. 

Mailing Division— N. J. Miller, superin- 
tendent of mails; J. M. Lansley, chief clerk. 
^Station A—E Grand ave, bet Fifth and 
Sixth. Archie Christie, superintendent. 
. Highland Park Station— Wm 1 . C. Ment- 
zer, superintendent. 

Cottage Grove Station— Cottage Grove 
ave and Twenty-second. H. C. Bachrodt, 
superintendent. ! 

Letter Carriers— John 0. Hughes, Geo. 
E. Ayers, Arch Christy, H. L. Johnson, 
W. H. Nichols, Ed. P. Drake, 0. E. Daniel- 
son, L. E. Swanson, Chas. Cissil, A. C. 
■Worl, Chas. W. Feree, R. A. Wilburn, A. 
S; Gilbert, W. H. Harlan, Evan Rees, R. 
J. VanDyke, F. P. Yeoman, C. H. Brown, 
Alf. Anderson, Geo. I Holt, I. E. William- 
son, Frank A. Lee, J. B. Siverd, Samuel 
Park, Harry Savior, H. H. Dodge, Clarence 
Wilchy, *1 H. Baker, Will H. Rolley, John 
Conley, Wm. G. Green, Frank G. Hitt, 
Miles N. Bell, J. W. Christina, J. P. Mc- 
'Lane, John A. Kustin, John 1). Cady. 
Sub-Carrier, J. B. Black. • 

RATESOF POSTAGE ON FIRST-CLA^S MATTER. 

! 4 

On letters, sealed packages, mail matter 
wholly or partly in writing (except proof 



sheets and corrected proof sheets and man- 
uscript) copy accompanying the same, and 
except ilqcal or drop lettei s or United States 
postal cards); all printed, matter so marked 
as to convey any other [or further informar 
tion thjip is conveyed by 1 h^ original print, 



except 



the correction of 



cal errors; all matter otherwise chargeable 



is so wrapped or 
be conveniently 



mere typographi- 



with postage, but which 
secured jthat it cannot 
examined by postmasters without destroy 
ing thej \yrapper or envelope; Jail packages 
containing matter not in itself chargeable 
with letter postage, but in Which is en 
closed ot concealed any letter, memoran 
dum, or other thing chargeable with letter 
postagfe, or upon which is any writing or 
memorandum; and manuscript for publi- 
cation jin! newspapers, el agazines or peri- 
odicals, tivo cents for eacl bunce or fraction 
thereof. '\ 

On local 6r drop letter;}, at 
free delivery by carriers is 
two cents for each ounce 
thereof. 

| SECOND-CLASS -iIATTER. 

Mailable matter of this class embraces) 
all newspapers, magazines anp periodicals, 
exclusively in print, and regularly issuedj 
at statjed periods from i:knbwn office, of 
publication/ without addition by, writing, 
mark or! sign, and addressdd to regular 
subscribers, 1 cent per pound. By act of 
March 3, 1879, sample copies may be sent 
at the same rate. Postage on this matter 
when sent by others than the publisher or 
news agent, is one cent for each foul* 
ounces or fraction thereof, postage to be 
prepaid by stamps, affixed to said matter. 



offices where 
Established, 
or fraction 



' THIRD-CLASS ^TATTER. 

The following articles j^re mailable 
rate of one cent 



FOUitTII-CLASS MATTER. 



.1 



at the 



for every two ounces or 
fractional part thereof : ' ' - ' ' , 
Pamphlets, occasional I publications, 
books, photographs, hand-bills, posters, 
sheet music (printed), prospectuses, Jmaps, 
proof-sheets, regular publications designed 
primarily for advertising 
circulation at nomidal 
proof-£h|eets, seeds, cutt 
and plants. 



purposes or 



iree 1 , 



rates, corrected 
ngs, rootsi scions 



the 



fourth class 



Mailable matter of P _..__- 

embraces jlabels, patter is, ["laying cards, 
visiting! cards, address ags, paper sacks, 
wrapping paper and blotting pads, with or 
without, printed advert isemjnts thereon, 
bill-heads, letter-heads, envelopes with 
printed addresses therepn ornamental 
papery and all other matters of the 
same general character. 'Jfhis olass in- 
cludes jnerchandise and samples, models, 
samples of ore, metals, ninejrals, etci, and 
any other matter not inc hided in the first, 
second or third classes, and, which is not its 



DES M<)JNI!S 



form or nature liable to destroy, dofacp o# 
otherwise damage the contents of the nail 
bag 6t harm the perso d Postage r ite, one 
bcfnt for feach ounce ior fractioiil part}* 
thereof. • j " * • • / \ ' 1 >'.' 

RATES OF JPOSTACai TO CiNApA. 

The 6ominion of Canada, jmbmces all 
the I British North J.riericai rrpvirce^ 
excdpt New FoMndland, 1 

^etteifs find I Postal Hards— Sarpe rdtesj 
and coqditions of prepayment ofj postige 
asi^or domestic ] etters and postal 1 cjfrdsf 



RATES 



T 




Postal 



unJon 



of! postaJge 

OOUNTf 

'I i v i 
fetters, live cejits per half Ounce 

fraction thereof] (tyfte4n l grams being 

.postal equivalent of hut an ounce}.' , 

. Postal cards iiwo cenaeach. Kegistjra- 

tion'feej tejn eejnts. Printed mattbr E,nd 

sWplesliofl mercbandif p one • cent jfor elch. 

tfvo| iunlces^'or fraction thereof , S| TT 



DIBI 



Bates to \Othet , Foreign Countries 
nates of postage, jcOnctitions of jprebky- 
liient, limit of size and weight, a£c mari- 
ner of jWrappihg matte if addressed lt( other 
foreign countries, asic your po^rja^tpr, 1 
whpi£ furnished with a 
: Postal, Guide, contaihi ng 
formation on this subject. 



For 



monthly Sffieliai 
all necessary an 



, ,-'■ : IfNMAILABLE JITTER. 

Obscene books, lotte 'S, papers, pic tujns, 
and postal; cards; lottery circulars !a id 
ters; liquids (except ^a3 permitted in 
; regulations); gunpowd 3i| and othe 
sives; live reptiles, animals, and 



(except queen ' bees); 
other articles liable to 



'the persons of those iiandlin 



poisons, a| 
Injure thejmkil 




decent, lewd, lascivousj obscene, Ithtelous, a 
scurrilous, i or threading delinfedtk^g, ' 
epithets* terms, or language refleciing in- 
juriously upon the chaiaoter or conduct of 
iajnotjher, may be writ -en j or printed, are 
hereby declared to benoij-mailable Scatter. 

WEIGHING PACKAGES.' j 

If you have no scales, jhave'all packages 
weighed at ! the po^toflE ca.. Postage [must 
be prepaid in full qv tl e tiackage Will hot 
be forwarded. j ; " ■ !' F 

'FORWARDING t ETTERS. | 

t ■"'.'$■* I ; ' ! " j 

. Letfers|'and postbl cards only; in ly be 

iforwaVded'from one pobtoffice to'anjoth^r 

without i .prepayment M postage,; 

bailed w|th|out unnecessary delay, j 



i 



TO I WRITERS 



re- 



, , LETTERS RETURNED 

-All letters- unclaimed juponj whfcli afe 
eadorsed > the names a id addresses if the' 
writers, >yiil be retmjnei, whether a i pfecific 

: ; !• •" i , ;■ : i i -i .n 



ECTORY. 



71 



rtqutst for sucli return is endorsed or not 
— provided the original postage has been 
pre paid, according ;to \kw. i 

I MONEY oWjRS 

Arfc issued on all points in the United 
States at a, trilling cost—bn orders not ex- 
ceeding $5, 5 cenj&; over i95 and not ex- 
needing $10, 8 cents; ofef $10 and not 
speeding $15, 10 cents; juwx $15 and not 
xWc cling $30, ltf cents crvjor $80 and not 
xceeding $40, 2(1 cents bvjor $40 and riot 
!xceedingr$50, 25 centsi b.vjeir $50 and not 
J ceeding $60, 3Q Jcents ov< r $60 and not 
ceeding$70, 35 cents: pvtr $70 and not 
exceeding $80j 40; cents) ovet $80 and not 
exceeding $100, 45 cents. » ' 



^atal 



notes, under $5, 3 cents 




it; on Canada and the Provinces $10 or 
ilder, 10 cents; on all points in Great 
Bihtain or Ireland) $10 or; jiiidef, 10 cenjs; 
on all points in , Germany, j&l oV under, 10 
c^iits; onfall points in ^Switzerland $10 Or 
tinner , 10 cents. We draw direct on Frande, 
Belgmm andthe INetherla^nds.' We issiie 
orders payable in Japan, Noi wiiy, Swede^i, 
Hicbg Kong, Egypt, Turkey. India, Aus- 
tralia,, France, Belgium, the Netherlands 
anil all points , in Italy, $10 or under, tO 

'\l\o limit to the amount of lemittances to 
F6:-bi^n Countries! In fthci United States 
tbrcelorders of $1(|0 eaph U the (limit for 
one remittance peif day. \ [ j i| 

lipTE— All Foreign Fees aio the 'same 

tfAIJLROADSl \ 1 

Vfkoago, Burlington & Qt+\ncy By. (7o.-f 
De|)0t I offices: Elm bet.Fifjh and Sixtlj, 
^lrh bet. Fifth and Sixth ;|Oity office, 232 
'(iurtb. Mileage, |7, 478.J '€.] E, Perking 
president, Burlington, I0w|a T; S. How- 
fan I, secretary^. Bopt(j>n, Mas j, ; J. C. Peas- 
ley, treasurer, iChicagol Illinois; P. S. 
Euj tisj general ])assengeran;c[ ticket agent, 
nHijcafe Illinois; W. F. MlerrilJ. general 




LWW, KCUCH 

J. D. Beslei 



r, Chicago,! Illinois; 
s^uperin^cient, ChU;kgo, IllinoiA; 
oward, l)ca|agen^; t)J E, Mesmer 
nd pa8sengc^r| agent. 

go, Boch Island & pacific J?y.—Depc)t 
„ Tine bet. Third and Fourth v e Vine 
betJ'FbWth ani' Fifth; |Ci*y office, 40ft 
Coirt ave. Mileage, 3,461.1 ! General o]- 
fici3 j, Cmcago, Illinois. R. ~ *' ' 
ideit, (ihicHgo, Illinois J 
tre(8 surer and secretary; Jo 
gen jrsjil ticket $gent; W. It 

frei j^lafeent; \y. S. G. HauL . v „ ^ r 

pa^iengef agen^; H. F. I R&W generdl- 
8up(!ript^bdent,f Chicago] Illinois; iE. Sr 
Job a; general n^aniger, Qhiiiigo, Illinou 
qtyicago\ Great WesierH iSw.— JDepot ol 
Chirry,! south of CcRrt House, 



uouciai \ 

Cable, prej- 
G. Purdj, 

in $ebastiar, 
Lucas; local 
, ticket an< 



ml 



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DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



Fifth bet. Court ave and V ; ine; City qffices, 
226 and' 228 Fourth. Mileage, 900. J. JVL. 
Eagan, president and general manager, St. 
Paul Minn.; W. B. Bend, treasurer, St. 
Paul, Minn.; M. C. "-Woodruff, secretary, 
Dubuque, Iowa; F. H. Lord, general pass- 
enger and ticket agent, Chicago, Illinois:. 
P g.Stohr, general freight agent, Chicago, 
Illinois; C. J. Brooks, city passenger agent, 
Des Moines, Iowa. 

Chicago & North- Western Ry.— Depot of- 
fice, e Fourth bet. Walnut and Locust; 
City office, 210 Fourth. Mileage, 7,951. 
Marvin Hughitt, president, Chicago, Illi- 
nois; J. M. Whitman, general manager, 
Chicago; S. Sanborn, general superintend- 
ent. Cnieago; M. L. Sykes, treasurer. New 
Ycfe; J. B. Redfield, secretary, Chicago; 
S. fW. Jflazzard, local general agent. 220 
Fourth. 

' ' Des Moines, Northern <(; Western Ry.— 
Depot office, Cherry, south of Court House. 
Gitry office, 220 Fourth. Mileage, 156. i.M. 
Hubbell, president, F. C. Hubbell, first 
vice-president and superintendent; E. 
P. ^Pratt, second vice-president; A. B. 
Cummings, general counsel; L. M. Martin, 
• general manager; K, L. Chase, general 
secretary; H. D. Thompson, treasurer; 
J. M. Miller, auditor; Horace Seely assis- 
tant general ticket agent; 11. C. Martin, 
commercial agent; J. F. Jennings, contract- 
ing' freight agent; C. W. McMeeken, chief 
engineer; A. N. Denman, financial agent. 
\ * ties Moines £ Kansas City R. R. Cq>— 
Depot office, Elm, northwest cor Seventh. 
Cit'j office, 232 Fourth. Mileage, 111. M. 
' . V. \B. Edderly, president, Springfield, 
Mais.; Theo. C. Sherwood, superintend- 
ent^ Des Moiues, la.; Jno. C Newton, 
general manager, Des Moines; C. E. Mes- 
me|, ticket and passenger agent. 

iPabash, St. Louis & Pacific R. R. Co.— 




Ch>s. M. Hays, general manager, St. Louis, 
Mc .; J. C. Otteman, secretary, New York 
City; F". L. O'Leary, treasurer, St. Louis, 
MC.; H. L. Magee, general superintendent, 
St.; Louis, Mo.; F. Chandler, general pas- 
senger and ticket agent, St. Louis; Mo.; L. 
r M. Martin, commercial agent, Des Moines; 
' S. W. Flint, ticket agent, Des Moines. 



STREET. 



-201 
1886. 



Des Moines Street Railroad Co. 
Fifth. Mileage, 40. Incorporated 
Capital, $1,000,000. J. S. Polk, president, 
G. B. Hippe, secretary and general man- 
ager. Directors: J. S. Polk, G. M. Hip- 
pee, G. B. Hippee, W. H. Tompkins, F. 
A. Sherman. 

All lines start from waiting room on 
Fifth street opposite Mulberry, and with 
exception of Sevastopol, pass over loop 



formed by followihg itrejBtt: Walnut, 
Fourth, Court avenue and Fifth streets. 

Belt Line— Begins at 2 )1 if ifth, north to 
Locusti east to w Second, borth to alley 
between Chestnut and Center, east to 
Bluff, north to Corning ave, west to Zoo- 
logical Garden, northwest (to Oak Park 
ave, north to Euclid ave, eidtjto Highland 
Park College. . ' I 

Capitol and Easl—Bepm ht'201 Fifth, 
north to Locust,! east to |e Sinth, north to| 
e Grand ave, east to e Sixi eenth, south to 
e Walnut. 

Cotton Mill— Begins at 5!01 Fifth, nor^h 
to Locust, east to e Nintli, north to e Grand, 
ave, east to e Sixteenth, $oijith |to e Walnut,*? 
east to Fair ave. 

Center Street— Begins at 201 Fifth, west 
to Sixth ave, north tc Waliiut, west to 
Seventh, north to Grand live, west to. Ninth, 1 
north to Scott, west tc Tentp, north to 
Center, we^t to Nineteenth. 

East Sixth and Ni?iti—B6&ms at 201 
Fifth, north to Locust, east to e Sixth, 
north to Lyon, east to j<$ Ninth, nortji to 
Washington ave. | 

Eleventh, Twelfth and C/arU-Begins at 
201 Fifth, west to Sixth uve, north to Wal- 
nut, west to Seventh, north to Grand ave, 
west to Ninth, north to jSeott, west to 
Tenth, north to Center, west to Eleventh, 
north to School, west tc Twelfth, north to 
Clark, west to Twenty-iifth. 

Eleventh, Twelfth and Jejfersdn— Begins 
at 201 Fifth, west to Sixth ave 1 , north to 
Walnut, west to Seventh, north! to Grand 
ave^ west to Ninth, north to'Scjptt, west to 
Tenth,! north to Center, west to Eleventh, 
north to School, west to Twelfth j north to 
Jefferson- , ' \. ' , i 

Ingersoll Ave— Begins at 201 Fifth, West 
to Sixth aye, north tc Walnut,! west to 

Kovont.h nftrt.h to (Wa 



north to 
o Jeffer- 



Seventh, n,6rth to, Gr;tnd ave,] west to 
Seventeenth, northwest to. lugersdll ave, 
west to near the west ci ;y limits. I 

Sevastopol -Begins at2Ql Fifth, 1 south to 
Court ave, east to First,- south to Jefferson 
and Second, east to Mon^oef 'south tQ 
Eighth, east toy Clay, J outh to Jndiahola 
ave, se to Mitchell aye, oast to Main, south 
to Old Brewery. ! 

Sixth Ave-Begms at 201 Fifth, 
Locust, west- to Sixth a^e, north t 
sop ! 

Walnut and Kingman Ave— Begins at 
201 Fifth, west to Sixth ave, north to Wal- 
nut, west to Twelfth, north to High, west 
to {Fourteenth, north i:o< Woodland ate, 
west to Nineteenth, nor ;h to Cottage Grove 
ave, nw to Twenty-fourth, north to North, 
west to Thirtieth, south to Woodland ave. 

West Third and Foulh—Beg\nk at 201 
Fifth, north to Locus ;J least to Fourth, 
north to School, east to Third. 

Ninth— Begins at 201 Fifth, north to 
Locust, w6st to Sixth ave, north to School 
west to tfinth, north i;o Prospect Boule 
vard, nw to Crocker Park. 



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SECRET 

GRAfe? MASONld 



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8 j^btNES- CnT |i)IEkOTORY.| 



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SOCIETIES 

BQI>IES 6t HDjfJL 



. Grand Lodge Free and JAccepfcd Masons 
of State of Jo^a—Mects annual Y r 1 ifhst 
Tuesday in Junp. j Meeting for l|8|9|j Dajv 
ejnpor n " n 
1. R^ 
L. Ea 



R. G. Phelpsl W.JG. M., Mntie; 

Dewey, S;lG| W.\ l^shingM; W. 

on, J. G. fVU, Osage; T.i$.; Pirvi 
G. Sec, Cedar Rabid 3; iNl ti. Barv n, 
G. See., Cedar RjjpMatf E. Jack* ok 
Trea^i .What Chiieft L. EJFdlotoi'&J «r. 
M). ilansing; Rev. j. ^.Gfeiger, Gj Clhari., 
Ma^ipn; William I&kj, !&]G. D , techa 5 
icbulM; John B. Kiel, ■ J.| .|D;, M&;ros 
X P. {Drake. G. t., DW Moines Mn 
Hale, S. G. JS.. Wap'ello;|Vi. M, Ta}bii Jr.. 
G. S;, Algoria; THeol fc chreiner. G. $, & 
Pleasant; ■ ! ,l n - 1 ' 




^Stqte 
October 

Clintdb S. Fietchdr, Mi E. G. ti. P., AtkA 
tic; Frederic^ W>. Crai^, R. E. D. G. 
DesMcines; lAmos AUertson, R. E. 
Washfcgton; LeRoy T. Weld, R E. 
Nevadf,;]Thomas J.i Van' Horn, R. 
T., Mt. fleasant;, Alf. Wingate, IV 
iS., Des Moines; Jambs E. Snowden, 
C, Le Mars; 1 Max Beeliler, E. G. C. b 
Manchaster; W. I) ' I -vine, E. G. 
■Sioux jCity; R. J. Crouch, E. G. R. 
l)e Witfe; J. C. Mitctiel ; E. G. M. of 
Council Bluffs; ,E. K Pejtft, E. G. 
■S. V., Ida Grove; O. W. fremiti,- E. 
ofT. v., Newton; Tfie|odore {Schi 
K.G.G[,Mt.j Pleasant 
prang, Corymandery Knights Tenhlars 



I. 

A.. 
1 

Ml 
(f. 

Schre 



o/ the State of Iowb— Meets second 
day in July. Meeting 1898, Spirit 
K. qiin Soule, R. E. G.fe, Iowa 



Tues 
Lajke, 
Eaills; 



Washington I. Barrl V. fe.^D. b.-'C. 
rieasant; David 'W Clements, E. G 
West Union; ; Thdmas B. ILacey, E. 
G., Council fluffs; (JTvin McEIuroy. 
P., Waverly;, Abe livens, E. G S 
Dubuque; IGeprge A-J G sodell, E G. J 
Kstlierv! lie; R. F. B Pdstman', E. ( 
Decora! ; A\i Wingatk E. G. R., 
^oiues; George E. PeAnell, E. G. 
Atlantic 11 ; George W Teed, E. G. 
ebster, Gity^, Sam^l I. Wlllkms, 
)V.. Charles.City; Theodore SchreinW fe. 
0. 8., Mt. Pleasant. I , • • • ^ r- 



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ANCIENT AND ACCEPTED SCOT 

,. ■/..'■■ ; ' : | * KIT' E . ;/:'■] i , '.''j 

(Southern Masonic Jurisdiction j 

Tabernacle \Lodge \oy Perfection i^V 

|Je<H8;4rsVWednesdk) in each moiith. 

Masonic Temple, W^l'nut, cor of Seventh 

leefs 1 S * Fle H er ' n , ' - e ° rge F : 'T ; 

Emanuel Chapter^ pj Rose Groix 1%°— 
Mfeets | second Wednesday ' * ' 
m sonic Temple, Walnut> 
JW, P. Collins, M. W. 
s f eck,:V. Sec. 



in 



^ach moi t i.. 
cor of Sever tp. 
|M.; George 



i ! . 



Rec. 

SONS. 
Meets third 



^yrtt^ Council, Knights \kadosfi t 30°— 
Meetsj third Wednesday illernate months. 
Masonic Teinple, Walnut; cbr Seventh, 
Jcjltn C. Macy* ¥. E. Com. George F. Sel- 
lec c, E. rlecorder. I ' ' ■, T 

pes Moines CMstory, iS T.B. 8.*, 52°- 
Me 3ts every thrtle months. Masonic Tem- 
ple ^Vjalnbt, cot 6f iSe^enii. Henry C. 
Alv^rson, IlhCorbmanderi-i jJChief; George 
F. II lelleck, 111. gknd reg si rar. \ 

. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. (I 

2 emple Comman^ery No. 4— Meets sec( 
and Friday even ng in each nonth. Masonic 
Tebiple/Walnjit.fdrSevdnth. D. F. Cal 
lender, E C; Aff. Wingate 

( "-r ROYAL AffiCH ^ 

.^.ntioch Chapter] No'. 110 ^ Ui , r uut ^ 
Fficay evening eadh month at hafl Stubbs' 
Bkick, e Locust betiween ; ^oujrth dnd Fifth. 
M.B. Priestley, HlP.^ R ]^. J. Coleman, 
necretaryJ . ; j- 1! . | ,. [ 
ij Corinthian Chapter, Nol 14— Meets .sec- 
it; ona* 'Monday evening eatfh month at^Ma- 
|k>nij Tempi£, Walnut, cpv Seventh, A. 
I .?olafeky, H. P.; C. A. Snydev secretary.. 

!' ! ■'• : -A. F. AND A.' Vf. ! ■ 

• Ac'elphic Lodge, No. 509— Meets Tues- 
lljdayon or after full mooricach mouth at 
I'lliall in White's Block. Up versity Place, 
A.B. McCown, W. 
yi5ecr(stary. ", 
f' Oo^itat Lodge, Nkll„ 
^Fridiiy evenihg each moil rXk in Masonic 
fAjTem 3le, Walnut, sohthwesi cor Seventh. 
p. !]'. Blackbiurn, M r . M.ji Alf; Wingate, 
Ciiecretaryv ' i. ; ' j 

i> Home Lod^e No. 370+-Weet& second 
iThuisday evenipg kch month] at hall, 
i$tub )s' Block, e Locbst, betWeeri Fourth 



M k ; J C. Springer 
0H-Meetfii second 



JiLndiJfifth; EP.-Drtke, W 
^Coleman, secretary.! 
|;H Piineer Lodge, \Nc. 22 Tr 
fSatui day evening eac i mpriih 



M.;R. M. J. 



jyi'embie, | Walnuti sou thw esl ' 
F. W . Graham. W, M, ; W. A. 



ktetarv 



..w 



D. E. S. 



Meets second 
in Masonic 

cor ^Seventh." 
Abpott, sec- 

! * 



Qvknd Chapter o//dM;a4-Meets annually 
T3? T fourth WedneWV; i^ jSebtember. 
*93 r ^ewton. (K-".a. jMspn.f G. M., 
Counjil Bluffs; H. \\: Wiislow, G. .P., 
jNe^tau^E. B. Dyko, graad! secretary, 
Charles City; Jennie UL Ru!le, grabd treas- 
toer, Mason City; Rjv. E. S. Johnson, 
feMd chaplain, JS)utherlirid;l Theo. 
Bbhremer, G. G., Mt. HeaU it.1 I 
|, Des Moines Ctyaptek M, I ^-Meeits 
fcurtl Thursday eveoiiig of < ach iionth In 
^addmd Temple, Walnut, fa outh Vest cor 
^venth. Mrs. J, C. Allen, worthy ma- 
1-bnj A. J. Small. Worthy Ufttro'n;' Mrs. 
BFJ S * ^P^ner, A| matrcp; Mb. John 
Jillift tr^surer; Mh. Hatnie L. Prothe- -•■ 
Je, ^icretary; Mrs.| George h\ Uury, con- 
fli^ctnssj Mrs. A.J.SaaU,A pdnductress; . 



74 



DE8 MOINES CITY DIRECTOBY. 



Mrs. J. J. Goodwin, chaplain; Mrs. Geo. 
Kemp, Adah; Mrs. C. A. Perkins, i Ruth; 
Mrs. E. Humphrey, Esther; Mrs. Fannie 
Skianer, Martha; Mrs. Frederick Babcock, 
Electa; Mrs. H. E. Teachout, warder; Mrs. 
Bertha Smith, marshal; Mrs. G. B. Wicks, 
' sentinel; Miss Ella Briggs, organist. 

\ MASONS (COLORED). 

.' Grand Chapter, Illinois and Iowa— Meets 
annually second Tuesday in August. Chas. 
1. Thomas, G. H. P.; Adam Horn, D. G. 
M. P.; M. A. Arnold. G. K.; A. Flutcher, 
pfrand scribe; J. W. Young, grand treas- 
urer; R. E. .Moore, grand secretary; R. 
JClam, G. M. F. V.; J. Walker; G. Sen.; J. 
Murray, G. Lect.; A. D. Stephens, G. C. of 
{&.; C. A. Ricks, G. P. S.; R. C. Waring, 
£. R A. C. ; S. L. Willis, G. M. T. V.; W. 
)H. D. Seals, G. M. S. V. 
ij Orand Commandtry, Knights Templar — 
;;Under jurisdiction of the State of Illinois) 
'—Meets annually second Friday in October. 
Geo. H: Cleggett, Dist. Dept. Com. • for 
Iowa, Des Moines; B. O. Harris, G. C; H. 
,«. Cooper; D. G. C; S. L. Willis, G. G,; 
JG. H: Cleggett, G. .C. G., Des Moines; A. 
flFlutcher, G. P.; J. W. Young, S. G. W.; 
,.|)W. A. Stevens, J. G. W. ; C. F. Thomas,, 
•grand 1 treasurer; R. E. -Moore, grand 
*Rec; J. B. Foster, G. Stand. B.: Ohas. 
Ricks, G Sov. B. ; J. Murray, G. W. 
1 ^ King Solomon Commandery No. 6 — 
? Meets second and fourth Thursday even- 
f: ings each month over 523 Walnut. George 
: H. Cleggett, E. C; John D. Reeler, Rec. 

Hiram Chapter No 7— Meets second 
ji Tuesday evening each mouth over! 523 
[} Walnut. J. H. Shepard, H. P.; John D. 
■j Reeler, Rec. 

I A. F. AND A. M. (COLORED). 

'i\ Grand Lodge-John D. Reeler, M. W G. 

|j M., Des Moines; E. C. Thoma,s. R. W. D. 

ii G. M., Cedar Rapids; George Baptist, R. 

I| W. G. S. W., Sioux City; James Woodirk, 

I R. W. G. J, W., St. Paul, MinnL; J. ™il- 

i mrfn. R. W. G. T., Keokuk; Miles N. Bell, 

? R: W. G. S., Des Moines; Miles N. Bell, 

I Des Moines, A. A. Laird, Keokuk, Jas. HJ 

Shepard, Des Moiues, committee. Meets 

annually on the second Tuesday in July) 

Meeting, 18D3, Des Moines. J 

.North Star Lodge, No. 2-f Meets first 
Thursday evening each mont(i over 502 e 
Locust. James E. Todd, W. M. ; John D. 
Reeler, secretary. 

Wives of Jericho (Colored)— Hansen's 
Hall, southeast cor.e Sixth aud Locust. 
Mrs. A. A. Blank, G. M. A. M., Keokuk; 
Mrs. M. N. Bell, deputy Mi A. M., Des 
Moines; Mrs. H. H. Lewis, G. Treas., Dqs 
Moines; Mrs. Holly, G, Sec.,; Cedar Rap- 
ids; E. T. Thomas, G. J., Cedar Rapids; 
Miss Nettie demons, G I. G. K.; Des 
Moines; Mrs. W. H. Jones, G. 0. Y. K., 
Keokuk. 



Naomi Court No 



5 ( Colored)-!- Meets 



second Monday each month. Jt^all 623 
Walnut. I Mrs.|E.T.|Barks, 1VJ, A. Matron; 
Mrs. H. H. Lewis, j secretary; Mifs. Fred- 
erick Jackson, treasurer; i . I • I 

Mount Olive Covrt l\o. ^ (C61ored)7- 
Meets 1 first Thursday eich month. Hall 
Locust cor el'ifjth. Mrs. Julia Taylor, M. A. 
Matron; Mrs. Georgia Morland, secretary; 
Mrs. M. N. Pell, treasurer. 

i ODD FELL Wij 

Grand Lqdge— Meets annualjy on the 
third Wednesday after t ie Seconal Tuesday 
in October at pes Moines. ,John W. Bu- 
len, G. M., Clintori; Frmk jW. Evans. D. 
G. M. Des I Moines];. R. L. Til'ton, G. ^V M 
Ottumwa; Wm, Garrett G. $., Burlington; 
A. J. Robinsoii, G. T, MareW J. K. 
Powers, G.l R.'Ceqar Rapkfs; Wm. Mun- 
son, G. R., Des Moines. i / , 

Grand Encampment -fMeets annually on 
the 17th of ( Octobed. * J. S. Bellamy, G. P. 
Knoxville; [S. P. Smith. GJ H. P.. Iowa 
Falls; A. Block, G. S. W., Atlantic: Wil- 
liam Garrefctt G. S., Buriingtdni J. N. Clark, 
G. T., Iowa City; J. T GenWa, G. J. W„ 
Des koines; 1 H. A. White, G. M., Mt. Ayr; 
C. Rathman, G. T. S., Stjmrt; L. W. 
White, G. O. S M Woodbine. 

Kbenezer Encampmi nt 
first and third Thursday 
month. Hall in Stale 
Block, Fourth bet Walnut, a'n'd Court ave. 
V. R. Peal, C. Pj; W.'E. iWis, scribe. 

Patriarch Miliiion (Pioneer Gontorj— 
Meets 3 p. m. N. J. Rodin baugh, captain; 
W. E. Davis, clerk. - H i ! 

Capital 'Lodge No. 106- -Meets first and 
third Friday evening j in each month. 
Hall southeast cqr e Sikth and Grand aye. 
S, Markushun, N. G. E. J Turpen, secre- 
tary, i ■ I. J '■.'"' 

Fort Des Moines JLc dge No. 25— Mpets 
every Monday evening. Hall in State In- 
surance Co's. block, [Fourth bet Walnut 

leir, N. G.; L 



Nd. 10-ileetS'l 
evenings in each 
Insurance Go's. 



6— Meets Thursday 
Hall northeast cor 



and Court ave. J. 
Jackson, secretary. 

Grant Lodge No. 3' 
evening in each week. 
Sixth and Forest ave:?. Gj W. Burley, N. 
G.; G. W, Miller, secretary! 

Jonathan Lodge No. pZ-j-Meets Wednes- 
day evening each week in Mattes Hall, 
cor First and Walnut. A lam Hafner, N. 
G.; A. Himmelman, secretary. 

Sevastopol Lodge No.- 6q— Meets Thurs- 
dayjevening in each week in Young's Hall, 
Sevastopol. Thomas J. peFord, MJ'6.; 
Ed. I Proctor, secretary. j[ ! 

Sherman Lodge No 57o— Capital Park 
school house.'- Meets every Tuesday eveii- 
ingi W. G\ Sclought, N. G*. 

Rebekah Degree — [Leech ? Lodge No 



16. I Meets alternate 



Tuefeday evenings in; 



eac|i month in Odd ?ell6ws Hall, 221-22^ 
Foiirth. Mae Genevi, N. G.; Mrs. C. I 
Mcdlanahn, secretary. | ' 



I \ 



D^8 MO] 



md'i 



. n — ~~~r — >j.| I .j.i , — — t — ij j .) 
ftebekah Cqlunffion Aodpe-^Graaa. ave; 
; Sixtih . i , . Meetmgj ,, a^ernatje Satju rdajj 

evenings* IMrs. u.|J'.' Rlod^ntyaugh, ${. G.: 

Maryl^ylandJ se6rbflary; \ 

Beb'ekafi—Acme. Lodgd No. 



\t 



IHEICTORY. 



75 



ei 



alternate; Monday I < vehings, 
Mrs. Lbifcdon, N{ G. it 



,; RelekaK — frlorencs /Jqdge No. M5~ 
Af.A^ i n piynn Hail jyeiiy -other Saturday 



Meets 
evening 



Meetd 



128— Meeta 
Sevastopol; 



Mrs. Gi W L j^iirley,, N. G. 

K..OyO.-lF,: COLORED). 

2192, G. U. 0, 



Charily Lodbe ifo 



ojesday eveiingin each mod ;h in !, .' ;i Al 
" ' :i Michael Harf 



'I 



first and 



hall oyer S23 Walnut. 
N.iGr.t F.prown,j<40. 

kuth ifo. 30 ^Mv,Bt& 
Thursday] in eachimoi ithi 

ANGipNT QRDERc OF HIBERNIANS. 

State Division -+i&ekis biennially 
JVednbsday ib June 1 . If. B , Wolf, 3 
iJ.P. ijlo^ard!,! S. secretary. ' 

! 'fyvmonNbil-P. H. Bujn 
Frank Brice, secretary. ^ : ' 



jlc. Callahan,; secretary 



w„ presi ent; 



first jSundfe 
Hall, Locust 



j division No\ 2~|Mdetg 

each month in Wagners 

el Sixth. John P. Hcwajrdpjpresiden 

Hi OfBrien, secretary. 

I iDMsion No. 4i~71, 
eVery second and 1'oiir ;h 
each month. J, M, C 

fie. C* 



mjiJlalL 
'uefeday eve 



trail, presu 



jets 
ngs 
fent; 



1 



Kniqhts, Com 



my 
riue, 
second 



A. QAHL\Eiberria\n ...... 

ftlW". B. Crosby, I kbtaiii; £. M. Don 
first lieutenant; I ames Callahan, s( 
lieutenant] ! ; j j i i ■ ■ 

ANCIENT ORDEI^ UNITED Wo|k- 

iar. 



(Sta 



No. 18 (National — 

1>20 
A. 



) — fillets 



Locust, 

W.; G. 



i 



I-.: 



cor 
W. 



Capital I Lodge No. .14 
over lAiienican; Saying j Bank, 
F|fth|. Williammiddj e, Mf 
Snojpe, recorder. ' }'• , | 

Deslfoines Lodge 

Meets every Thursday evening over 
Walnu^. 'ftrnpiScBnaeblci, M- W.; W 
Garrett recorder; I I , ! ; '•. 

Eaton Lo\dge Nc .\264 -r-i Meets i every 
<jay evening in Fivnn Block, Southeast 
•Wth a4d LMst. J„k. Ridley, M 
^.l/.'jKjeysirecorc.er. ' ■ , } 

GtaliamUodge No: JSii-AMeets e\ 
Thursday ivenim: I in trcldstone Hallj e 
£fth, bet | Locbst and .Walnut. ,F. VI. 
Evans, M. y?. ; J ; ft Go 3 rkd, Recorder 
/W CapitalLoilge] m\14 (Ndtiond ^ ■ 
l }eet^ every. Tuesday! epeiing in Wagker I 

all, northeast, 1 co^ ^ Sikth^nd LdcA^t. 

• L Peacock, ! |Mi W B. F. Rehkc )f, ; 
;ecordek \i> ; ■' ;.' ■ l '| j ! 

%« ( fen| L^ge 'tfo. 'W3-MeeUi eviVy 

loada JG evening; fHttlli / y L enuy*fourth, fcot 



orlhno.p;. Smith, 
Ppn; teboi|ier; A. DA 



W.j A. H. M4r- 

IT secre l 



ELKS. 



Meets , first Bdjonday evening in each 
moithjin halFin COntineni al block, south- 
\Wi t cor Sixth afd ^tnd Walnut D. F, Cal- 



leb)ler. exalted ruler; G. F)j|Selleck, Sec'y; 

,y, G. E. Rj, Wasl} ngton, D: C.;F. 

Wright, G. E. JL.K., loledo, O.; Peter 



?. Hay. G..E. Rj, Wasbfpgton, D: C.;F. 

pledo, O.; Peter 
u|a|hi G. E. L.JR.[ Detroit Mich.: Dr. O., 



Sprkgue,' G..E/L. K., Rochester, N. Y.: 

< ). Meyers; G: Sec'y, Ciilpinnati, 0.; W. 

^lechel, G. Tieas., Omklia, ;Neb.; M. J. 

Burke,{ G. Tyhr, Louis^lleJ Ky.; P. J. 

Mpafipbel, G. Hi, Baltimorp,, Md.; B. M. 

( n, G! I. G., Sirmingham, Ala.; Rev. H. 

'erry, G. Chap., Chicfigo, 111. ; W. C. 

ijbino, Dep. for Iowa, ©es Moines^ 

^PE^ENDECiiTOR^BlliliED MEN. |. 
Great, Councii of 2ow;a--|Meet8 iannually 



the second 



firpt 
won 



CHIEFICAIN'S LEAGUE. 

'!'•■■ ' 

plich Hawk League No. ip-Meets every 



and third 



Tuesday > 



Iowa. , J A. Johnson, Gi S., Audu- 

H.; Cam pbell, G. J} ^5., Des Moines; 

[i.JJr. Rust, G, P.,; Fort i^adison; A. B. 

[cCowin, G. C. of.Rec, Deu!Moines;!G. W* 

S^ope, G: Q. cf Wj., Des (Woines; Janjies 

;^pi(phead, G. ft, Cedar Rapids. 



Of 



October, at 






Thursday' 



sleep of each 

^1-228 Fourth. 

f. 0,; W. 6. Davis, chief 



in theirlwigWam, 



4 



Tarndh Trine No. 



r? 



jlJJD B^wden, 
M records. 

i j Kebki'k Tribe Np. 13— Me^ts ;every Mon- 
'3p!y T M sleep in Odd Fellow'p Hall, cor e 

ixtl l land Gran d ave, Hi Po|inter, sachem ; 

. F. Lcng, chiof of fecordt 

Omahz Tribe No. 11— Mi^ts every Wed- 
hjesdiy'i sle0p it their wigwam in Sevas- 
topol • James Hayden, ' i sachem ; Edward 
'A. Y abng, chief of records, j 

*. i Ohawa Tribe No. i5—Me3ts every Wed-, 
hesdjy's sleep in Gordon'^ Jiall^ cor e Six- 
teenta and Grajnd avk' George W. Keeler, 
^ichjmj Jay A. Dickey, chiei of ir|;cords. 



2— Meets every Fri- 



gay's sleep in their Wigwem. Nos. 221-223 
f our h. F. A. French, sacfl^m; A. 'p. Mc- 
VPwlq, cliief of records. 



I Portta Tribe \No:38—Me 



sleep, Wsbster' 



sHall 



6ts every Mon- 

Prihr Tpnth and 



or Tenth and 



^nidr, ; F. P.Mbsier, sacneta; G. B. Lin- 
coln j 3hi}f of rucords. 

DEGREE OF POCAHbNTAS. 

'iiWeit Council of Iowa±-\ Meets i on the 
secoh' I Tuesday in-Octoberai Boone, Iowa J 
^ddie E; Sparks, G. Probh. | n 

\Mletp- Count il No.. 2— Mdets every first 
aha St lira Tuesday'stsleep^of each month 
M I the ir Wigwi im, 221-223 Fburtl^. Dora 
1,| ^pclahonfas; Nellie Day is, keeper of 



n- 



iniehaha Council No. 4-rMeete every 
secom ard foiirth* Tuesday's sleep of each 
ittohtn in Redmeh's. Hall, Sevastopol. Mrs. 



76 7 



DE8 MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



Charles McNutt, Pocahontas; E G. Mor- 
ris, keeper of records. 

Rantcheivaime Council No. 1— Meets 
Svery Thursday's sleep in Odd Fellow's 
Hall, core Sixth and Grand ave. Mrs. 
Ellen L. Shope, keeper of records. 

JEWISH BENEVOLENT. 

\ Independent Order of B'nai Brith (Jew- 
ish Benevolent)— Meets Jewish Temple, 
Southwest cor Eight and Pleasant, third 
Sunday each month. L. Kuttner, presi- 
dent; C. G. Riegeluian, secretary. 

Capital City Lodge, K. S, B. 159— Meets 
Jewish Templtt, southwest cor Eighth and 
Pleasant, second . Sunday each month. 
David Goldman, president; J. Maudel- 
baum, secretary. 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 

Des Moines Lodge No. 16— Meets every 
Wednesday evening, Flynn BlocK, south- 
west cor Seventh and Locust. J. G. 
Bradish, W. D.; Jacob Beaner, secretary. 

• KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

• Qraiid Lodge of Iowa— Meets annually 
on the second Thursdav in August, at 
Cedar Rapids. E. W. Weeks, P. G. C.J 
Guthrie Center; Homer D. Cope, G. C, 
Des Moines; Luther Wright, G. V. C, 
Newton; N. A. McAulay, G. P., Wilton; 
W. G. Mercer. G. M. E., Burlington; H. D. 
Walker, G. K..R. and S„ Mt. Pleasant; 
George M. Parker, G. M. A., Sac City; T. 
J. Wilcox, G. I. G.. Northwood; R. H, 
Chamberlain, G. 0. G., Clarinda. 

Capital Lodge No. 2#?-Meets Wednes- 
day eveniug of each week 1 in Odd Fel J 
lows' Hall, 221-228 Fourth st. W. G. Case, 
C; R. P. Geoble, K. of R. and S. 

Des Moines Lodge No. 68 — Meets 
Wednesday evening of each week in Odd 
Fellows' Hall, southeast cor e Sixth and 
Grand ave. Charles S. Vance, C. C; W. 
K. Jones, K. of R. and S. 

Myrtle Lodge No. 9 — Meets Tuesday 
evening of each week in their hall south- 
west corner Sixth and Walnut. C. F. 
Irish, C. C; W. J. Chapman, K. of R. and 
S. 

Pythian Sisters — Meets second aud 
fourth Thursdays in each month in Odd 
Fellows Hall,' southeast cor e Sixth and 
Grand ave. Mrs. Kettie Loper, M. E. C; 
Nettie Tate, M. of R. and C. 

UNIFORMED RANK. 

Iowa Brigade— 'Meets annually at Cedar 
Rapids on the second Wednesday in Au- 

gust. John C. Loper, brigadier general, 
>es Moines; J. Rush Liucoln, chief pf 
staff, Ames; G. D. Eiysou, assistant ad- 
jutant geueral, Des Moines; H. E. Deemer lf 
assistant judge advocate general, ReH 
Oak; H. W. Dodd, assistant inspector 
general, Ft. Madison; F. T. Evans, Jr., 



ta 



assistant quartermaste 



City; J. M. Crockett,! assistant commis- 



general, Sioux 



. Getz, assistant 
ltown; Wm. H. 
; B. F. Snook, 



sarjf general, Stuart; H 
surgeon general, Marsfc 
Tecjball, assistant C. 
chaplaiu, Webster City. 
Aufc-de* Cam})— Major 
Cedar Rapids; Major J 
Major A. R. Sale, Masiii City; Major 
A. Lyssand, Nevada; Major J. M. Risbee, 
Keokuk; Major L. L. H^ilin^ Des Moines; 



ames Q. Barcus, 
S. Hart, (Clinton; 



Major A. D. Collier, Si 
A ids-de- Camp— Majoi 

Cedar Rapids; Major . 

City; \ Major L. L. Ha 

Major J. M. Bisbee, Ke 
Dia\moi}d Division 

captain; 

Allen: J 



City. 

as. Q. Barcus, 
R. Sale, Mason 
lin, Des ^Moines; 
uk. 



4-^J. E. Stout, 

W. T. Shavejij first lieutenant; 

Harter, second lieutenant; W. 



K. Jones, recorder; \\jm. Koenigsberger, 
treasurer; J. W. Hill, gnJard. 



WOODMEN. 

Des Moines Camp mi IS— Meets every 
Wednesday evening, Cpi Walnut. J. A. 
Ridley, consul commolitler; A. M. Ridg- 
way, clerk. I I 

Capital Camp No. 6t8 (Gordon's Hall)- 
Meets the last Frida^ evening of each 
month. A. H. Gordoi j V. C; A. S. Car- 
per, plerk. j 



Lincoln Camp No. 11 






Meets first and third T 
each | month. W. A, 
Groves, clerk.- 

U. S. Camp No, I##f-j Southeast cor Sev- 
enth! and Locust. Johjnj G. Brodish, V. C; 
George N. Frink, clei 



i(GoldstoneHall)- 



ljursday evenings of 
Steele, V. C; A. 



ORDER 



ME- 



AMERICAN 

ifes.. 

annually* on the 



UNITED 

CHAN] 

Sfate Council— Meejp „. -. 

fourth Tuesday iii Jac ijary, in Mechanic's 
Hall. 'J. H. Campb|lJ, State councilor, 
Des Moines; Henry Bagey, vice-council0r, 
Des Moines; R. M. J Coleman. State sec- 
retary, Des Moines; S J. Goldsmith, State 
treasurer, Des Moines; G. F. Grift'en, Ex. 
C, Des Moines; J. E Wilkens, Sr. Ex. C, 
DesMoines; M. J. Thomas, oxaminet Des- 
Moines; George B. McClelland, S. C. M.; 
E. Hiatt, S. C. P. j L 

Capital Council jijfo. 4— 320 1 e iFifth. 

wi 



Meets Monday evening in each week. M. 
J. Thomas, counciloify Wm.| M. Goff, sec- 
retary. 

Columbus Council lib. 11 (Webster Hall) 
^-Meets We'dnesdayev'ening of: each week. 
Enoch Hiatt, council r;'K C. Joslyq, sec- 
setary. 

Franklin Council No,, 5 (Sneer's Hall)-- 
Meets Monday evening of each week. J*. 
W. Muffly, councikir;W. S. I?onahey, 
secfetaryj. M - ' l( 

Hawkey e Commanare L. L. 0. U. A. & 
—Locust and e Sixth! Mdets Saturday* 
J. C. Loper, captaiiji. (W. KL Stowell, First 
sergeant. 






des MoiliiEs 'bh$r 




OKY 



• f* 



77 



mcit 



Lincoln tiouiicitt No. 7-i— Southed It cor 
Crocks and Ninet^er tin. i Meets.Thursday 
eveninjes eaoh week. iHenryKagey] joufc- 
cilorf F. N. Oarss, secretary. 1 
Logan CoynctyNp, )jL0 (Goldsto.ne'fe Hall) 

of each wetfe. I 1 . 
sec- 



F. Rodger 3 



No. 8— Re(jl 
's Fridays e iP 
DeJnrnette, 

efcary. 



J fen's 
oning 
eoun- 



jr-Meeis Tuesday |eveD ing 
Sv. filler; dounjoilor;! M 

refcary. = : I 

^Washington pound 

HJalli Sevastopol. 'Meets 
of es.ch week} J. W; E 
ji|dri W.C..|Astile3(, gecr 

| DAUGHTERS ^F lJl^ERTY.ji 

taoi tferc ^oti Co&nci\ | fo.i if— Webstek Sail 
-Center and Teptlh. Meets f^rst ape ihird 
niday's eaclv month. | Jeanie Ross, idun- 
;i or;lA. H.JBvans, Se >rejtary. V 

01$ Olory\ Council L?yb; 2— Golc atone 



9 l 



SELECT £NIJGHT$| OF AMERI 



Xqw 



Mll-J-E Fif 
fridWseacn month. 



C. E 



eets first and and. third 



,flp. Wilkins,, (jbun 



\thStar 
■Mulberry. 

ototiii OF r \ HE 



Lection Ni . X—I' O. G. 
Meets ep ery Tuesday 



Willian Littleson 
recorder 



ill 



TeinpMNo. l-i\i 



-yrKit v f ec< >rding secretary. 






b. C. ; Alex 



SONS OFS 



: 'Pioneek ; _..„. . 

every p 'h ursd'ay evening. V S; J. Gbld 
W. 0.\ 0. C. ^hojie, sectp 1 -" '» 



and thirfll Monday 'eveb 



Meets first 
jjachftoath.. H 

a gess,.ai!creiary. : 

;rcya 



Bell, 



'UJSflT 

Meets 
iripntih 

seprgtslry. 



secretary 
fiDANClE 



il No. 



ARCANUM. 



Vv 



! Iowk Council Nor i^f-iMeets ai |Me< 
chanid's Halli first and ^irj^FridayJlejaeh 
niohthj. 1). A. Richards " 
Evans ~-'^~- 1 — '' 



thjof Grove 
nWand t 




p.; j. t! 



.... Jrd'Wednesdav in each 

• N. J. Buk.-.N 1 Y " "' ,JV 



■Kpuuy.l ,. . 

mm\boldt tyrove No., 

Ms first and third llhijirsdays in 

?n(h S. qemelhhart, N. A.'; B^ S 



Meet's 

mon 

ner, secretary 

LEGlO| OF 

, f xc $ s ior fydg\ ' Nb : 
E. p. Heasg, 'president; 



Secretary. 
Eworqdo tydgei No. 



WalUufc and Sixth 

even 
president; E. 

NOliTtlWES 



IONOR. 



r., Regent; ft'." J. 



ijoijtp 

No. r i0 






:RpFDill|] 
— 217 W 



4.; M./ Kastberg, 

if— 215 Wiiiut. 

each 

inrei- 



502 e L6 
Win, H. Fie 

:?^T-WJyrtie' 
Me^lsl first aind 



!ng each aJnth. J[. Hi . 
'. qutchini,, secretary. 

li 




ER S LEC ION OF H()I}0R. 

Qrarid Gotincil-MeeL ijiennially] 
n e)ft session rneete at DeaMoines thefo^ 

^ n / ■i-r 



The 
Urth 



V\t|drieadLy, in Septemitr. • 1893. C. S. 
Bv-kiL G. C M Des Moindsi H. Beck, G. V. 
!jj Wmlield, Ka.b.;D..M[ Bowland, G, S., 
weingb.'E. E. Alverson, G. T., Marengo; 
i -J Olildressi G. 0, Des Moines; A. J. 
^1. E. in Chief. YoVk, Nob; A. V. 
H. G,C;st. Paul.felinn. 



i 



| j 



J. 
tyin 
?e« jpl^, 



'ip. 3ut 



We 

wil 
ins 



drawl 
nesd 



Rannh Couiicil, No. ^i-Gordon's Hall, 
leets e\ery Taesddv evening. jWalter 
Ph )mas[ Cdn?. ; C t | S. IByrk it, secretary. 

Des Ifioines Council No. 4,8— Fiynn Block. 

IVIeets second and fourth Wednesday even- 

gjofjeaph. month; J. J. Davis, Com.;' 



on. secretary, 



East Jesi Moines Council, No. 44— 
Lynchts ] lalt. Meets every Tuesday 'even- 
ingi (D. .1. Harsh, Com.; Robert Constable, 
secrete rv. ^ » 1 

Drake-. Council, ^No. ^7 — 2331 Nortjh. 
Mefefs fir 3t] and! third Friday evening ! of 
eachirortn. C. K. Howe,j Com.; Arthur 
Meyshtm, secretiary. <; \ 

r yrile Council, No. 95\-Sueer'a Hall. 

eets fV(}dnesday. evening teach week. J. 
ar;o^v, Com.; Mrs. J. (}. Bradish, sec- 

'etto.. ■•!-.. |; !■' -j . ' i 

vrth Des Moines Cyimcil, No. 
MeBts Thursday evening, at Rice's Ha.., ^ v . 
Twelfth j.ndEnos. J, B^aper, Com.; Geo. 
^pw^rt, secretary. 

INDEPENDENT OMJER GOOD 
" • T^MPLARy, ' 



i/orf<jre^Meets ak 
iy in: August; 



be hdld in Des Moines 
G. p-T., pesMoiiies|i 

foun. Ossian; Mrsi Ri 
.,CloarLalke;Mrs,E] 



hually on last 
lession of 1898 
E. ft; Hutch- 
J. Nicholson, 
jii. Howard, G. 
Remington, 



i. S.I^T.I ' ?.. Southerland i\ Perry Perkins, 

1 4, 1)e ,i Mbines; Alice Si rPecfk, G. Asst. 

;OJ L.Barrett.M T., Council 

7. ^. A. Miller, G I Chap., Blairs- 

R. Paynef J G ; f. I Kalo; Adda 

, D. G. M., TieoniS ClaraA; Jor- 

ani G. G.. Dubuque; Chiles L. Mills, 

j. %n., . owai Falls; (Ale^a'ader Mitchell, 

e,ss^ Des Moines; .Wifii|H. Elemiut 



. MddJ. _ r „ 

\\u >s:&(\v^.Jl. MUler, 
towlo^F. 

00 nsdn 



C. \?.., Des Moines. Iff 
Ctimtai City Lodge, No. 
field Meets every Wedn 
J.IH. Waters.C.T 



\>.\ 



46'Z-Chester- 
ifiday evening. 



Fielilj Lodge 1 , No. 259-b Gordon's Hall. 

tf|ei s-evjry Monday eyenitg^ Webb' Ml-. 

igO. T, ;Cora|Meiner, selcreitary; \ ! 

^ : rth \ Jes Moines Lodge} \2 M. 465— Perr v 
bd Branard's ^all. -MeUs North Park 
,Oon;;regution Church 'ev^rj Thursday. 
MariiRcllirison, C. X.? Ediiria Robinson, 
pprfc tar$ . - l j ' Ij I 1 

V\ion Lodge t No) 263}Ml Mulberry 

erj^Mcnday eV3nin^.| P<> fry Perkins, C. 

ijtta Slliott, sjecret^rv- j | 

Uk iver nty Lodge, No. tfS^HMeets T wen- 
tv-fc irth apd North (^very Tuesday even 

& Thomas |WilluVms, Cifr.; Bird War 

M sec -etary;! II 



78 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECJTOET. 



V LABOR ORGANIZATIONS. 

ii ; 

a American Federation of Labor — 770 
J, Eleventh. , Samuel Gpmpers, president, 
m New Vork City; Chris Evans, secretary, 
j| New Jfork City; Phil. S. Evans, state or- 
[• ganize'r. 

i' Baker, s and Conjec^ioncrs Union No. 122 
,j —Over 205 Fifth. Meets fjrst and Third 
{{-/Saturdays of each mjmth. S. F. Howard, 
[/president; Samuel Stull, secretary. 

ii Bafbefs Union, No.\o4— Trades Assembly 
h Hall/ Meets second and fourth Thursday 
j, evenings in each month. F. M. Van Horn, 
»: president; Charles Hayuie, secretary.- 

'.; Boiler Maker's Union, No. 46 — Caledon- 
ia ian Hall. Meets every alternate Thursday 
;• evening. P. J. Manly, president; James 
• : Owens, secretary. 

Brick Layers and l Sto?ie Masons Union 
, No. 2 — 520 Walnut, Meets second and 
; fourth Friday each j mouth. Dan Story, 
; president; Nathan RJ Hale, secretary. 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, 
Confidence Division, No. 102— ¥\ym\ Block! 
Meets second Sunday in each month. F. 
S. Payne, M. ; David Angle, secretary. 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, 
)No. 133— 520 Walnut. Meets third Sun- 
'day each month. John J. Johnson, C. E. ; 
i J. Brown'tield, secretary. 
; Brotherhood Painters and Decorators 
\ Union, No)246—S20 Walnut. Meets every 
Wednesday evening. George E. Shaver, 
president; W. O. Furmau, secretary. 

Building, Laborers I. P. A., No. 1— 
205 Fifth. ! Meets second and fourth Tues- 
■ days each Imonth.- J. W. Luckett, presi- 
dent; Oscar Youngquist, secretary. 

Ventral Trddes and Labor Assembly^— 
205 Fifth, j Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays each mouth. W. E. F'Bleness, 

• president; George B. Johnson, secretary. 

^ Cigar Makers Union No. Ill— Over 205 
Fifth. Meets tirst Wednesday in each 
month. J, J. Setchell, president; A. L. 
: Urick, secretary. } 

' Des Mo\nes 'Press Feeders Union— £05 
JbUfth. Meets lirst and third Sunday each 
iSmonth. . El. R. Laverty, president; W. E. 
fjRoth. secretary. 

';. Epicurean College of Chefs No. 214—205 
(Fifth. Meets second and fourth Friday 
jeacli month. Andrew Ezell, secretary. 
i 1 Harness Makers Union No 32— Over 205 
Fifth. Meets first and third Thursday of 
paeh month. Frederick Hoffman, presi- 
dent;- H. A. Daly, secretary. 
■\ Hawkey 6 Federation of Machinery Trades 
jNos. 63-254-40 — Meets Trades and 
; Labor Assembly Hall first and third Thurs- 

• !day each mouth., J. E.Seither, president; 
:S. J. Curnow, secretary. 

i Horse Collar Makers' Union No. 4—512 
Sdhool, Meets lir,st Thursday each month. 
Frederick BuUer, president; Philip Huss, 
secretary. 



Horse \Shoers Union NoU 4#— 312 Grand- 
ave. Meets lirst and ! third Wednesday 
each moiith. F. J. Bo^dewyns, president; 
Ed. MeHale, secretary. 

International MachinMs Association 
Nb. 2o6'j-Hibernian Hall | Meets second 
and fourth Tuesday in (iich month. J. 
Welch, master machinist; R.> Viggers, sec- 
retarv. • 

Knights of Labor No. 22JL9-\Tts.des As- 
sembly Hall. Meets set and and fourth 
Tuesdayl each month. :£. if. Innis, master 
workman; Jacob Beanqi\ iiecrejtary. 

Lathers Union No. 506S f-Tmdes Union 
Hall, 205 Fifth. Meets jMdnday each 
week. jWm. C. Indicc^er,! president; 
Thos. P. [Stewart, secretary 

Machinists Union, ^No. Ej54-^-205 Fifth. 

ednesday each 




|*1, 



S J. Cur- 



Meets lirst and tmrd 
month. jC. F. Smith, 
npw, secretary; , 

Motdders Union No. #3- -(-Trades Assem 
bly Hallj 205 Fifth. Meetjj first and third 
Tqesdaj each month. I John W. Groves, 
president; John McGovenii secretary. 



Conductors, Iks 
31a — Continental 



Order of Bailroad 
Moines Division, No. 
Block. Meets second aind fourth Sundays 
in each month. Howajrd Casd, C. C. ; E. 
T. Cavauaugh, secretary, j t 

Packing^ Butchers Union No) 5791— 205 
Fifth. Meets lirst and third Tuesday each 
month. |C. E. Mead, president; J. Byers, 
secretary. | ■ .. i. , 

Plasterers Union No. fyl— {Caledonian 
Hall. Meets every Friday] j J. jE. Kramer, 
president. 

Plubmers, Qas and Sleahl Fitters Union 
No. 33-J205 Fifth. Meets 'first and third 
Monday 'each month, 
dent; C.iW. Rosene, secretary. 

Retail I Clerks Union) Ad.j 30^20 Wal- 
nut. Meefs every T uesdi.V. J. G. Brad- 
ish, president; Horace p'Npal, secretary. 

Switchmen's Mutual Aid Association 
of America— A. O. U : W. Hall. Meets 
second a id fourth Sunday*; pf each month. 
R. M. Shakelford, M.; Join Sigerson, sec- 
retary. | | 

Tailors Union No. 15 4- Scandinavian 
Hall. Meets second L Monday in each 
month. George H. Peeklitm.j president; 
J. B. Patjterson, secretary. 



Teams 



ers Union No\ 5 



Metes first and third 
Timothy| O'Connell, 
Chambers, secretary. 

Tin, §heet Iron and (M-nice Workers 
Union No. 19— 520, Waluut .1 Meets- 
D. W. Jllolmes, president;! C. A. Bum- 
baugh, secretary. i 

Typographical Union At). 118— Trades 
Assembly Hall. Meets lajst Sunday in 
each' month. Win. F. Ferree, president; K. 
V. Snorf, secretary; BertpWarfel, chair 
man executive committee. 

United Brotherhood of Carjkhters and 



Joimrs, 



1 Siinon, presi- 



0LZ2-f-505 Fifth. 



Friday each month 
pr 3&ident; Ni H 



No. 68-205 FiftM Meets every 

i- 



DE8! MOINES 



--■r^- [J\ 4 Smith, .Chajirmiin;! Robe^ 
Chjippel, Secretary. [ 

loyal \Legipn of ^United ktqtis, D& 
Moines— ^mJjS.,Sh^w J commaWJ?]-, An if 
rmoba;, Milton Rusiidl], vicrfSk, D^ 
MoJne6; HenrrHrRoR [V. alAJ Mount 
Vernob; Joseph M. Muffly, A. fc:,, 'Dos 
Moftys; ?red S. WH: ting, rfestraf, Knot- 
ville; Hbvt JSherinai, treasure!- Dig 
Chdrles W. P|racker,| <;., " u . t Dos Moinejj; 
Alvjah L.I. Frisbie, chaplain, Des MoineV, 
council— Erasmus B J Sfjpei*, Emmjusburgj 
Wrti. (f. OumminB, Cedar Rapids; Hamuli 
Mahon, Qttunjiwa: Edward L. Mar^Des 
,Mdnea;- George JL. &Mejrj -Dep Moines. " 

Farmetf Alliance c yd Bidustna fflnioi v, 
Des\ Moinqs— State k>fl&<iersi-Aaron Browii; 



ITT 



prebid6nt, Fayette; I ajniel CampbdlL vicf 
president, Blencoe;j.iJ'F. Roe, se3retarvi, 
,I}es JVIoines: J. Yo\ngerman, troisure'v 
idarapbelli - Judieiarv Committee 4 F. I \ f \ 
Roe, Caatana; J. R .J:atokin, SheniiidoaL; 
S. \&. Man i, Des Moir es. 

ROMaN CATHd ic SOCIETIES. 

' jCATHOtlC KNIGHTS OfWe HCA. 

l''8Jta*fe Bfafyi U M M» biennial] y,- .firito 
Tuesday i n Jabuaryl H. SI Harret, p ret - 
ideiHI Des ™~ :L ~ r k! - ,J - 1J '^ nf1 J: 
Keokuk; 

Des Moines 



rernia 



Mqilnes ; L ] ^ein Hold ,i se jretkr 

__ _ nr „„ iBratyQ} ,, No. 3&5— (G 
Sa-yfngs Bank)^-Meeh 3ach month! 

ROMAN jcA'^HOLICJ MUTUAL 
TECViyt SOCIETIES, 



PRO- 



SL Joseph's Brancfi, No. 12- Met 



Sunday in' each 



'£:•&. Kurtz; giresidfer;; T. Aj Eo^l, set 
retary, T 



St. Ambfose 



:s 



rabnt(i at St.MariVs g ehooli 



Brancji] No. 31— Me* 



Sunday m 
School. John |Gary; 
van! secretary 

SL Patrick's \Branch 
Tuesday in each moridh 
V. King, p'resijdent; )\f. JL Reiley 
taryj. , ! 



ea?h m6'i^h:'in St. Almbi'rbs 
I residents D.' C Sull 



No. 42-MeHs tirdr 

at m e Sixth; ;H. 

secre-i 






AMERICAN SONS OF CO^UM^US. 

I -. -,- if. ■ 

Dqs Moines' Colony, [No. 6 



Walnut. Meets- every Friday e 



-Six i 



Charles O'Donnell. Jtf.fi'. j Lou 

V. N.A.; B. J. Cavtraugh, N. S 

Firestone, W. If- '.. '. .'[ , ? '- ' 

\ | , ■ SANITA^LUM^.' 

Drake Sanuirium- Hyde Pari 
Fair Grounds. J. H. Drake, m. 1 
prietor 



and 
eningi' 



is C. iurtz 



EJSy 



f * 



^NIVEp^ltlES J4 J D COLLEG i S. 
Drake University-— iSprth" and Twenty- 



fiftli. Drake Uniyerail 
1881, being} the concep A 



was organ 
n of D.R. 



G. T. Carpenter aud; others, wh6 saw id; 



neay 
Pro- 



sed in 
ucas,^' 



'/ 



I): pEOTOB^. 



79 



ie rapid growth and ientral) loc|ation of 
>es Moines a fit location for a. great school, 
i-w is named in honor of F. M, Drake, of 
en erville, Iowa, ^ts |n ost libera] donor, 
i type the University is Eriglisl rather 
ma German, compreh mding a circle- of 



a, id scie^icd, Bible, 
■jicjil, ' oratQri saljl art, 



;fen colleges: Letters 

lorrial, business; musL^, W . T -.. „»«, 

uw, medicine and pharmacy. |Eich col- 
i)ge has its own special courses and grants 
1 1 special certificate pit diploniaf Only 
' j; ios ) students that complete courses Based 
tipoi general collegiatfe nttainments and a 
four years* course rdoeiye the University 
diploma and ate regferdjed alumni of the 
Institution. All stuclenls of the several 
colleger -may enjoy the|pji-iveleges of muse- 
ii tns, libraries! reading j rooms, lectures, 
e;c, of the UuiverMtjj, and may take 
c] asses jin general or pre sessional workJn 
apypf its schools upon e juitable terms. | • 

Gebrge T. Carpenter! A. M., LL. D., 2404 
King man ave., chanceljlor and professor of 
political science; Barto l Q. Ayjeslworth, 
A- i M. LL. D., cor l^orth and I Twenth- 
^eveith. president and |p 'ofessor pf mental 
ahdiboral science!; Briie<$ E. Shepherd, A. 
M.; 1330 Twentv-seHnth, professor of 
pur^ mathematics^; Layman S. Bottontield, 
Ai M„ 1336 Twenty-seVj* nth, professor of 
Ebgl sh language-, litefa.ure and history; 
:Gbrl^rd J. Zepter 'A.I M., 112^ Twenty- 
ifourih, professor of! m)dern languages; 
Chatles .(■); jDenny, A. ; 1m.; 1000 Twenty- 
fifth, professor of Latjfhl language and liter- 
ature ; Alvin! I. Hobl)s» A. M. LL. D., 1324 
TWe:|ty-seventh, profesdor; of Christian 
evidences; Oscar T. jMofgau,. A. M., 1159 < 
TWe|ty-eighth. professo- of Greek and 
Hebrew; L.-js. Ross, Mi 8c, 1160 Twenty- 
seventih, professor of! biology and chemis- 
try; Wiljijam! A. Crusin^bcirry, A. M., pro- 
fessor of applied astronomy and curator of 
itefesiopei Ed. Ahiherst' Ott, Twenty-sixth 
and University ave, elocution and physical 
ci^ltirp; D. W. Finlays^E, M. D., lecturer 
on Ifiysiology and aniatamy; S. ^ Bon 
brig! it! and L. L.Ross,! cur itors of museum; 
:Q\ T| Morgan, secretary (f faculty j Jennie 

arponter, 2404 Kingtnin ave, librarian. 

DetlMoines Ooltege,-^l\ntb, cott College 
avje. Founded 1805. There are two de 
partments, academic abd collegiate, and 
fpiir. courses in each :CIa " * 
cal, scientific and literar, 
extend through four year 



ical; philo8ophi- 
Each bf these 
H. Ii. (Stetson, 



D.|D.t president; ProfJ of Rental add moral 
philosophy; Mrs. J. B. Stephenson] M. A., 

!tr y .R r . incl P al » French a^jd German; -Miss 
HittifeL. Goodrich, l/tiraflian. 

j Capital City ComrAercial College— South- 
w&3t kjdr pf Sixth add Lo&ust. Organised 

• L 18 li* j T AIS 8cnoo f coijjists of three de- 
partnitenlji viz: commercial, penmanship 
akd draw ng,; and a norhal and English 
tr^iiiiiigUchool for teac lers and others 










DES MOINES CITY DhJeOTOKY. 



[Jvho desire it. The school of shorthand 
Consists ' of four departments, viz., the 
department Of elementary stenography, 
Jhe department of reporting, the type- 
writing department, and the department 
bf actual office work. To those who com- 
plete the iuil commercial course, or ;the 
fcourse iu shorthand and -typewriting, and 
pass the examinations satisfactorily, ! di- 
plomas are awarded. J. M. Mohan, presi- 
dent; W. . H. McCauley, vice-president; 
W. H. Giessman, secretary. 

Highland Park Normal College — (High- 
land Park)--The erection of this College 
was commenced in July, 188!). The first 
school term commenced September 2, 1890. 
The College is beautifully located in High- 
land Park, about two and one-half miles 
north of the court house, postoflice and 
Jrailroaji depots. The college is connected 
\vith the city by Belt Line street cars. The 
courses of study are preparatory, teach- 



ers review, didactic, slecial didactic, 
scientific, classical, literacy, commercial, 
civil engineering, special "~* i * — ---• 
cal, elocution, art, telegt 
engineering, shorthand, tV 
macy.l faculty. O. H. L 
president; Clifton Siott, 
J.B. JDnryea, M. A.; Edward 
M. Sj B. C. E.; Hill M. pell, 
Eiizalietn K. Matthews, L 
A.; E.| C. Sickles, L.jM. 
Carr, Sherman R. Macy, 
ler, Pn. p.; M. H. Paie, t 
S. ; J. Ej Magers, T. D. Mvis, Eli (primes, 
II. H. Patterson. James M. Tl-acy, Jacob 
Schmidt!, Mrs. J. M. Trtjcy, Clarence E. 
Baldwin 1 , Mrs. Luetta B.j Janjies, Joseph 
Sedwick!. Miss Minnie Dc unisJ Miss Ona 
Hall. Trustees. E. J Gipde] president; 
Lowry W. Goode, vice-president; W..W. 
Fink, Secretary; Geprgij C.) Newman, 
treasurer; Frederick D. G >ode 



training, musi- 

phyl, electrical 

ewijiting, phar- 

ngwell, A. M., 

M. D., M. S.; 

D. Garber, 

M. S.; Miss 

J A. Vinge/ss. M. 

Kelcnner, John 

Ph. Q.; L.Muei- 

. R.;Hanna, B.i 



■ 

Hunt's Wife Sash Lock and Window Fastenings, 

II ' ' 

WALTER A. HUNT, PROPRIETOR. * 

' I j. ii 

Fitted to any window, locking them closed; also open a few inches at 
top and bottom, giving good ventilation and still having the 
windows as near Burglar Proof j as possible. Hav< 
furnished them in Des Moines for the pas|t id 
years and will refer to the follow- 
ing gentlemen: 



GEO. H. LEWIS. F. %. CAMPBELL. 
. • . V. P. TWOMBLEY. J. 



A. K. CAMPBELL. CAP 
G. HASKINS. J. C. ioPER 



(] 



OFFICE flND RESIDENCE, 131T E. COURT A l/C, 



JRY C. COOPER. 



AGENTS WANTED. 



DES MOINES' IOWA 



bEERE & COMPANY, 

& Moline, Illinois. 



MOLINE WAGON CO., 
Moline, Illinois! 



H H 



. 0JCKELS, 

Des Moines, Iowa, 



H. R SICKELS 6c 00., 



WHOLESALE 



[AGRICULTURAL • IMPLEMENTS, 

Moline Wagons, Deere Plows and Planters, Carriages. 

I , ; '' 

MGINES, IOWA. 



}l9, 121, 123 West Third St. 



DE! 



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DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



GERMAN SAVINGS BRINK- 



OF 






Bus Moines, 5 



s 



FRANCIS GENESER, President! 
|J. D. WHISENAND, Vice-President, 
J. W. GENESER, Cashier. ! 



DIRECTORS: 



John B. Schuster, Phil. Schmitt. H. Hensen, 

G. Van Ginkel, W. B. Bentley, Francis Geneser, 

J. D. Whisenand J. W. Geneser, Cha^jL. Mahler. 



CAPITAL $50,00 



| Foreign Exchange Bought and Sold, 

letters of Credit issued on all principal cities of 

INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEP 

'■ ' I 

\ I ■ * 

Open 9 a. in. to 4 p. m., on Saturdays to 8 p. in. 

214 Fifth Street. 

(SEE BACK COVEIt.) 



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jme ac:ou its 
and cffe 



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3 evtef^ inducement! consisi; 



dfy' 



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Saving Department Pass 



$1.00 and upward 
:, Under s4t|eJ3 

. i ! :1 i 



CHASE NAHONAL BUNK 



M. STR^USS.j 
■ , D. W. SMQUSEJ 
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^.jSTRAUS^, Freisulent. 



L 6. ROUNDS 



o wefet rates! arid 
me deposits;! 




*1gte 



and interest pa 



frerVisioi 



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(asm promt bdqk of book;. 



tiewYcrk. 



Fifth and Walnut Sts 



remitted for on 



aborers and 
ent with sound 




Vic ;*Presi lent 



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AccoCiht Deposits recjeived in 



and Qont 



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QORRESPp/yDENTS : 



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tjay of payment, 



v} Farmers/ 
banKingr 

Collections made at 

Interest paid q>\\ tir 




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J hL MERRILL, 



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HATI()1[A(, 



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WELtS. 



P. Gmf 

jj. G. RC 



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BANK, Chicago. 



N, ■ i ■ 
ROUNDS, 



GEO. 



R. O. GREEN, Cashier, 
GEORGE E. JPEARS ALL, 

ti Vicciprwidcnt 



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E. PEARSALL. 



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DES MOINES CITY DIEEOTORY 



A..oa..ifti-jgi-fgi-xfo-tgi rOv rfti ift W^h-^ 



Kb-J0» j&i t*\ &i Ai. 

4 
4. 

j ... i 

0F DES MOINES, IoiilKL 



Cor. Fifth and Walnut Streets. 




Capital 



$200,000. 



Surplus, $100,000, 




OFFICERS: 

1 ' ■ ' 

i 

J. H. MEBBILL President 

A. LEDEBEB •' • Vice-President 

J. 0. BOUNDS-...* ; ..Cashier 

H. T. BLACKBUBN • •? Asst. Cashier 1 



DIRECTORS: j 

r 
i 

i I 

'■ I 

J. CALLANAN. H. YOTJNKEB. E.j B.j CLAPP. 

ED. WEIGHT. SAMUEJL MEBBILL.. J. H. MEBBILL. 
J. G, BOUNDS. A. LEDEBEB. ! B, A. LOCKWOOD, 

W. E. ODELL. J. B.BOLLIN 



»EC FRONT COVER. 



fe-iv -rir^r^ r -^'*5 r ~&~ x s r ^ 



Ty-ey- ty i& -r y tflj t$> y tjr 




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B. T. WELLSLAGEE, 
Fresiden 



DES MOIKEi CITT DIBECTOHY. 

: i, T ' . '"I M ; . {: ' ' ■'" — 



J. 8. CLAEKfiQN, 



;. H. OETCHELL, 



85 



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(J, M.EEYlfOLDS, 



'aihier. 




Smm-EMi 



86 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



v 



Capital City State Ml: 



Southwest Gor. East Fifth and Locust. 



CAPITAL PAID UP - 

UNDIVIDED PROFITS - - 

ADDITIONAL LIABILITIES OF STOCKHOLDERS 



L ' 



Under Direct Supervision and Jurisdiction of the 

the State of Iowa. 

! ! i : ' -c 



OFFICERS :=k=E 



A. HOLLAND, President. 

Cen. ED WRICHT, Vice-President. 

J. A, McKINNEY, Cash 



^DIRECTORS:'* 



JAMES CALLANAN, HON. J. A. T. HUJLll ' ED 

M. P. TURNER, A. HOLLAND, ! ! J. S 

LEANDER BOLTON, HENRY WAGN: 

\ ■ ! ' 



WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT YpflR t»ATR$ljrAGE, 



i 

I. 



Correspondents. 

■i ; ■ J - . ; ■ I ; - 

National Bank of Commerce, New York. [Metropolitan National 

i - i 

Interest allowed on Special Deposits. 



>IOO,000.00 

> 20,000.00 
$100,000.00. 



Auditor of 



ier. 



^RjJGHT, 

^aJtten, 



BE. ! 



Bank, Chicago. 




q|oiiicim m fcccoui] ts 

Vs^| aiid offerp evjery injdii 
' 'Collections jiWe at low 
Iriterest talil 



FARMERS 




piji time depos^tsl] 



SAVI 

■•'• i\ ■ ; ' f. 

. ■' ■ ■. i; I ■■ r '] ■. I i'J 

Savings Department pasaBobk 




of Meri 1a nts, Mechanics, Lab 
jemeriti consistent with spun 
38t ijates a id remitted for . o 



$1.00, and ui waia ? Uih( I interest (paid thereon 



ONbk : ik ^TAT Sife VISION AlilD CONTROL 



V.P.TWOMBL^i 
A^DREW^ 



MOST, 



isj.vej.vv u^j^iijouxn, 
B. A, LO(|KWOOD» 



V. P. jTWOMBLYj, 3?res't, , 

Ex-State Treasurer. 

1 i .1 A. C. 



1 i 



IV* 



Acccuht Deposits redeivjefl in sums of 



orers and Farmers, 
tanltf^g., ^ ■ 
day ; of payment 



NOTES A SPEQl^LtY. 



■JB^yk 




i H 



DIFEOTOK8: 

1;E.|I?EA(?:^0^^^■• ! HENRt 
H^ CJ HANSEtf, ! j.j'S.B 
iijTmBiwMAK 



OFFllCEIlS: 



B^Detmty 



.<> 



H.E.TEACHO 







AYEbR, 
TflOk A. CHESHIRE 



UT. 



*or. 



Vio^-Pbes't. 



Presi < fcijii Des Moines Ice Co. 
Deputy County j Treasure 



'I 



%\ 



us 



DE8 MOINES CITY DJRBOTOET. 



! 



.-'1 ' 



0. W. MABQUARDT, President. 



O.D.ELLYS0N, Cashier, 



The Marquardt Savings Bank 

r.» It . .' i i ■ ■ h 



Interest Paid on Time Deposits, 

CAPITAL . > . $50,i 




■V '■' 



of Directors 



hi # W. Marquardt, President. 

,/,! 0; M.' lubbell, Pres! Equitable Life Ins, Co. of la 

W J' G. mjrryhill, Attorney at Law 



;h Ej; P. |yitter, Vloe-tresident, I. L. and T. Co. 



■i- 






! Simon CasadyT, Cashier Des Moines ^avin«k Bank. 

arquardt Block Fifth 



(8BE TOP AND BOTTOM MARGINAL LINKg KAIckJ COVlCR.) 





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»«3 


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— --< 


±=t^Vj9 


H .;• 


HI 




£-- "^g 


§5 


1 * ' I 


UBS! 


;-7»i^C=B^ 


* 
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I J ' 

E. C. Finkbii e, President Green bIv Lumber Co. 
W. O. CurtlsspReil Estate. T 

Henry Wagne r^ Farmer and Stock Dealer. 



and Locust 

L J i . I" 



89 



Surplus, $22,500. 




A. Sheuerman, W. R. Warfield, 



A\a 



d. ft. Garver. ; . A, Di^^eyl; 
A\artin Plyhn, 



M ••' 



H 

V 

C 



O'rPiCEfS: 



liijj rlynnl, President. 
Chfrlejjs ii Martin, Cashier. 



iTSoi 



Dj H. Kobker, President. 

W©A)e\j Juvenal, ) U. ^ . < •■ 

Edi Penny ; ! [^ lce - Pre81 dentB., 




p. 



ram |T. Smith, 

| O. H.jP^rKiris. 
. (J. Juoomis. 



Aid 



■ 



Martin Tuttle. 



m Dickek i/i(:e 
Ivrin. As^istartit 



Geo. 



Libford 









-President. 
Cashier. 



iope, Cashier 
ber, Teller. 



CAPltr^L, $50,065, 



'I ! ■ ! . . ' i ; 'I 

jDpes; a 1 2pnservat 



patrons as ar^j co^sistqnt witq safe 
solicited. 



i •!; 



u, ... 

A. F."£ 



emis. j :.' ' ! Wejiley cluvrenal. 



dl.;M Mehjiri.; 
S.N. 



SURPLtS; 85 00000. 



ve business, 



eiteniin 

.," DIRECTORS: 



Spotts. 



; Deposits from| $1 op, received 
average deposits, i r f I 

J ' ^ ! v K, Cerma 



CAPITAL, 



er, 
G 



on 

' ; it 



such accomra 
Tour business 









ijijfvfc >rd Fisher , 
.* K. StevVa 
adinglton, 



1 



sav^r accouit ^d4 



Iowa. 

$250,000.00. 



dations 



to its 



is respectfully 



Ed. (Perm. 

r£, dr. 



interest p^id pn 



9 



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DES MOINES CITY DIREdTOltY. 



'? 



F 



Gentral Loan and 






tiomii OffiGe, 

MOINES, IOWA. 





Brancti 



OMAHA, N 



E i 



pnice. 

BR ASK A. 



J 



Cash Capital, $200,000.00. 



n 



BANKING CONNECTIONS: 

Chemical National Bank. New York. \ 

Des Moines National Bank, Des Mo 

Omaha National Ba^ik, 



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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: 



THOMAS HATTON, President. | | . 
O. H. PI RKINS. Vice-President. | 
D. B. LYONS, Treasurer and A\anageri 
T. A. PERCIVAL. [ ' i ■• • 

B. S. WALKER. ' . ■ ,. 

A. L. CAMPBELL. Attorney and Secretary. 
HON. A. B. CUMMINS, Counselor. 

CHAS. E. BENSON, Assistant Secretary andjSpecial gxarniner. 
P. S. TREAT, Cashier. . ' 

R. R. A\cCUTCHEN, Assistant Cashier! 



nes 



Omaha. 



OJWAflA OpR-ICEk 



C. A. STARR, Manager. 



Ei N. BOVELL 



Ass't Mnqr. 




J- : 



a 

H 

© 

P 
O 

* 

H 

W 

$ 

N( 
PI 



© 

o 
© 

M 

w 






Z5 



capital Stock Sqld, C 
I HOMEOFF 



JOHN WYMAN, 



i) 



! 



m $6,000. 




oms 216, 217, 218 



OFFICERS: 



President, 

Ex-President NelwtEnglind Loan 



Treasurer Dea 



■sif: 



Presld Bnt of 



DR. E. G. SfttfNEY 

Ex- 

forUiS. 

J. G. GAliDNEi, Ai|dit|)r, 

1 Attorney |at Law. 



HOfl.', & F, PROUTi,] Ticij. President, 

Attorney at Law; Me : iber Eighteenth 
President and 3epret« *yLesh, Prouty & Abbotit 



■ V. F. NEWEU; Treisii 

OashierjBankerp 

EARLE & PRWJTY, 



8 Per Ceiiti Jnteii j 



mrc 
IpW 



erj| 
a 



Block, 204 Fifth 

DES MOINES. IOWA. 



Moines 

■Sfcfao 



BuHinctdh College,, and jGenei-al Manager of Iowa 



Life Jnsuranj e Co. of New York 



Aitor ej\j, 





enoe arid Lurabei Oo. 
liry and Manager. 



d Manag 

eare. andlG 



Itaie Bank. - 



■ • ,j 



erman 



and Tr ist Com ?any. 



General! Assembly; VJce- 

Co., East Chicago; 

pes Moines, i 



T 



Allowed on 

Secretary a 



SSI RI< BT SIDELINES.) 





EY. 



m 



DE8 MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



>* 



INCORPORATED (872. 




toa^-jTru 

a i ' 







So. 






5 



Capital, - - - - 

IjSurplus and Undivided Earnings, 



$5 



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: -.F 



fl 



I 



J:l 



0. 



ppO.OO 

$:>72l,727.61 



OFFICERS:! 



John M. Owens, President. 

% D. F. Witter, Vice-President. 



W.E. Coffin, 



Treasurer. 



J. H. Blair, S 



DIRECTORS: 



Hiram Dewing, C. A. Dudley, 
Ira Cook, G. M. Hippee, 



cWjtary 



James Callan 

J w.'eJo 



John M . Owens, D. F. Witter, 



J. G. Etjounds, 



■1 



REAL ESTATE LOA 



Interest Paid on 



Time Deposit's. Muniqi 
Negotiated. 



NQS. 207, 209 AND 211 FIFlM 



(See Front Cover) 




r.\ 1 



DE8 MOI^BS. 



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316 F1FT 




Capital Authorized 

Capital Paid. 

Negotiates Real 




Dei 



Is in J 3 on 



of Counties, 
District*, arid 

Mortgages. 



liisi 



in m$l E 



Interest F'aid on 

■; | . . ■ '• ' . •' j , ■ ijj' i 

OEO^ H. iBWIB, l|liid in 

JOHN 0, HILL, 1st JWce : ^Mdent. 



NELBO tT EOYAL,j2d ' Tie ) President 
^, jV HOJrC&XIS !, \ toatarjr. . 
EO^AUAttorneyi. 



'■!. 



I i 



' (mmm RiQrir rom co/r*r* mad*,; 






$400,00 

,000. 



te Loans, 
Warrants 
d School 
state 



• r 




94 



DES M0INE8 CITY DIRECTORY. 



New England 



Loan 





313 Fifth St., Des Moines, lo 




ital Paid Up, 




This Company is thje. 



Largest Financial Institation in the State . 




•i 



It has its. Clientage West and East and in 



mPntTlllSinir i ' ece ^ ve8 Deposits and pays interest thereon 
UUIll{JulIy Debenture Bonds and | negotiates the 1 ! sale 
j ■ ■ and ' Municipal Bondsl 



Great Britain. 



j; OFFICERS: 

p. O. ESHBAUGH, President. . \V. W. WIT-MER, \\ke- President. 

W. F. BARTLETT, Secretary and Treasurer. ' 

| DIRECTORS; 

iOHNWYMAN, E.E. SAVAGE, ■ E.D.SAM30N, 

,; G. W. MARQUARDT, FRANK K. HIPPLE, HENflfjf WflELEN, 

RICHARD B. FERRIS. 



>\ 



• • SEE BACKBONE OF 300K. • • 



It issues 
of State 1 . 




OFFiCEItfe AiNt* 



President 1 , Elmer A.jIIigley. 
~ &oM Tice-F 
) Assistant 



J. 
J. 
J. 
H 



i i 



,n. 
11 



jl Steadm^n. 
& Stpddarl 
W. Muffly 
Riukel. 



Manager oi ! Agpntfiek, 



Home Offic 



DIRECTORS ; 



FinSyi^W^ jjlw. Muftly 



S^ori^Tice-tV^sident, 1. B. ■VaUiAl.BadflL | Jecr^ajryjWS.]Ric(imond^ 

leqretaryj Jnx AjlRsej. | T ^asufdrl JVC. 



6w IOWA. 



JBOARt) 



Elmerjfligleyl 
W.S;fflcnUond. 
S. m«l$ie. 



. Maltbie. 



StoddamJ 



.i 



Gejd. A. Lincoln* 
A^YianAlbada- 
iroeksmit. 
iReed. 




| Twenty 
Authorized Capital, 



Me 




jo-opeia 



orgiii 

ieMJi* 



ixuc luniOn IS praCtiCaixjr -*» vuruyciittpivo ooiviugB Maunj, ijUl' 
iordaifce with the provision^ of Chap tefffii 1 ^ifele IX.bflt iej ; ' 
itsl |snar«B afford the besjf possible ijrvestfnettji fo? Surplus or Svi 
of IJstyci I par val ue, jlGJQ per snare. 

i borrolwers, 



h 3 



lass f A? V-Savings and boitroj 
iJlass^B"— Investor^ 
Mllt^ v^es J no fines 



iveri 



00.00 



savings pan! 



ek'^nd dividends credited are( 
cent of -profit jear/ijied by I the 
holders,! and the rate .of profit 



ih^shabih 

m> 17j peW cent J>ter year. 
Interest cqmpc u-ndeii |wel|ve timlep a Veair.-jjEor the benefit 
Sixty years of success guarantees the njfj^it. (I the syste 



inized 



fcajlly a i 
visionfe bi 
possible i^LSrest^deiii f oi* surpi 

„_, T 8cahts ber month. 
I prepaid; f&O pinMe i ayraenta; t 
w< , -w .-,™ , _, — „ |- will Mtjire in six -yet rs oir less a , 

3lass ' ; I>,y — Investors f(ill piaijd |; $1(|0 single baytaent ; ^ljpelr s|ha^e 
fee?!; iS-p 3r tent dividends ih cash in January infi July. of Sadh jyearT' 
"11 stock' and dividends credited are[will|drajw^ble on ncjliee. 



trictly in 
Iowa, and 
ree classes 



3qt j Bti 
>de oft ilowa, and 



ikvjnk 

No amnion (fee. 
peir shai-e ' * ' 

100 T ! f 



CTnidn h distribu 
to 1 shareholders th 




tyiee 



admission 
admission 



ajVeari among 



far has! frjeii from 15 



shareholders. 



96 



DBS MOINES CITY DIEEOTOBY. 




Gommepeial 



® 



lioan Assoeiati 



Of\PITf\L $50,0 



Buy and sell all kinds of Moneyed 
Loan Money on all kin^s fof 

Security. Short Time Loailis 
at Reasonable Rates. 



igations. 
vpd 



INTEREST P#P 

On Money Left Six Months or lpnge 



OFFICERS AND DIRECTOR! 



J. W. GENESER, President. 
A. I. LEE, Cashier. 



A. H. MILES, Vicij-President 
S. C. KURTZ, Treasurer. 



CHAS. A. BISHOP. 



Counselor. 



Office, 307 Fifth Street, 

Oes JVIoines, *-* 






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DES MOINES CITY. DIRECTORY. 



v. 





MAOHINISTS 



FACTORY: 

! 

East Fiitti; andj Rac- 
coon Streets. 



TELEPHONE) 662 




^.A.ITTTF.&.C'T'CTlREK.S OF 



AND WOOD PU 



Cylinders, Wind Mills, Pump Dealers' Supplies, 
Engines, Boilers, and Light Castings. 




JOBBERS C«F 



IRON • PIPE • HNp • FITfl^GS 

BRHSS GOODS, 

i . ' ' 

I ■ i 

. i ■ Hose Engines. Trimmings, Et 



^j 



fi. 



F. 



%'. 




rcivaL', Pres 



DFS MOINpSj 0IT1 DIRECTORY. 



dent. ] 

• C.J, 



ital City Planing M 



Meerdink, bupermtendetit*] 



H. F. Percival, !3i$c'y apd, Treasurer; 





-t_ 



i.-i ' 





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MANILA* 




UUERS 





"3 ,\ 



IPfA&Vj 



OF 




DSIDE 



FINISH IN EITHtg 
SOFT WOO 



e| Bank and 

-SPE 



1 A 




HARD Oli 



Store Finings 



,H 



oia^cjt. 1 1 ; i . ' ; 

imte M Mill 'Work 

OP AMj K1NID3. 

New 



Spin, Railings, 



ALWAYS PN HANDdR M 

ON 3HORT! NOt* 

1 

TELJEpIhONE 426. - 



.Balusters, 

TO ORDER 



East Second 




our* Ave., 



,00 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY 




APITAL 




White, JWi/rphey i Picpng, Prop. 



MANUFACTURERS OP THE FINEST GRADES OF 




oil^r 



^ 



Our Brands are - 



C 





ur. 



Gold Leaf, 
Silver jLeaf, 



Whiite 




Frost, 




Baker's Choice. 



Bolted Meal, Peed, JStc. 



i ' 



ALSO GENERAL. AGENTS FOR 



Surprise, BlectrlGltu and 



F*F*OlVl MIIMISIB^OI^A. 



doid Gon Flours 



j 



EAST THIRD, COR. VINE, 



DES MOINES. IOWA 



B8 .MOINES jCftT 




POET. 



i 



arpiCI 







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ilapgBJ Mail gtofreg. 

fflWo hapgE; Fadfppi 23. at ^jstb^ ami fesw 2jopk. 








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'^f$&&fm.aj&e 



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We Sell the Best Hat in 





■/ ". ' 




£n's Custom CiothiW Made tcl Order. 

■'■■■ ] I A' I'' ']' "Ml l! '•" ■" ' ' 
mis, Caps anfi Furriishiite jGdods. 



WBf RETAIL GENTk» 




&a 






. ■'! f 'j ■ - 

Cqrijer ISilkth Q.ti<l 
'GERJ Mapa6e|*J 




; I 1 

Ilj(:I jiTi'fFilffl), 



PBIOEsi 



oiise, 

I" .-i ) ■ ii-ii I'-'- ■• - 

Walnut Street, 

; I • ■ ■ T j i . ■ ; ■ 

MOINES. IA. 



102 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTQRY. 



fie 



♦ ♦ 



I 

Des Moines Daily Leader 



© ' <§) 



Leader "Want M" Brino Best Results. 



. > • 

ALDE N VlNEGAR COMPANY, 

1000 North Main| Street, , 
St. Lotjis, Mo ) 



I 



Des Moines Leader:— Gentlemen: We were 



gratified from the results of our " 
tisement inserted in your Leadei 
May 8. The number of replies (54 
our expectations. We may say outs 



Want" adver- 
un,der date of 
far surpassed 
side of St. Louis 
and Chicago we never received from j any 
newspaper so many answers, which is ; a |yery 
good indication of the value of your newspaper to 
the public. Yjours truly. ] ! . * 

Alden Vinegar Co. 



The Dhily 



SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: 




.1 



65 cts. Per Morith. 

$1.75 Tti3re4 Mcj"^ 
S3.50 Six McJntEhss. 
ST.OO Per Ye'ar. 



BY MAIL OR BY CARRIER^ 



T?J tbe Leader 



Delivered at Yoifr 



Home for [15 (t8. 



fer Week 




» 



iji 



We ret^sent the fol'lowingl Rflliable Companies, With 

GoinWnei flsfe | ot i |v|r $125,0ti6,0 






iflfeH, Haqtforc^ 



/E^AJ of kartfdM / 
CJA^DON [A^i Scf^tl^nd. 

doN^EC':'' 1 

FJRANKL] iji 1^IR$, Philadelphia^; 

JreI ass 

i ipnik. 
GERtil^NlA, Neuf Yoiik. 
HOME, NeWrYori. j >■ % 

lJAlj|:ASH]|RE r E iglaiid. 
MlLW|lyi:EEj MkpHANICS, 
Milwaukee. 

Moi^rijEiflN- . Assurance; 



iClATION, Philsidei-1 

' , " ' ! - II :. 'fj'' 



.1 



1ALETINE 
England. 



m^ 



10.00. 

I 

I." . 

RANCE CO., 



STATE, Iowa. 

ftLoWs PL|AtE; 
York. 



i Englahd, 



l ? 






Ui( 



I 



The&e Companies are ^e very best Americaiij ajiid English Comp^ri 
I United fetat es. y7e havj a thorough knowledge 6|f 
and can safely £ uaijantee satisfactory adjustmen 



NORTH BRITISH I AND MER- 
GAj^ILE, Engl ! -■• 

SUNj ^NSU^AJ* 
England. 



nd. 

E OFFICE, 



GLASS, New 



SMPLpYERS; LIABILITY AS- 
SURANCE, bdr'M, England, 

standard! life' and ACCI- 
DENT, Detroit, ! 



ef dqing bus 



neks In the 



rt 
fO 



re, Light ling 



Tofnad oek and Wiid Storms, ty< 
by! Am si &nd indeicMlfy the Einp 



all questions arising) in' rega: d to Fire Insurance, 
s ; >f lost 



Lnregi 
'< >f losses. Property of all U nds insured against 
hsurej the owner of bulldih ;s against the loss of, ' 
rents, occasioned by! Urea, jind indemnify the Emplorjr of tabor Against claims made by Empioyeei 
r acclden ts or 1 n juries sustained. Accident PoUcl ai and ticket^ of all kinds If sued to people in all 
Occupation! at ^ery Low jttates. We shall be glad| to have a call from yau. Telephone Xf>* 372. 
i Rjifereiji'oe: 



T _ An; /Bank or Loan Company in the joim , , . . 

Business ebtrusted'to us will lie carefully and i roperly looked aftqf. ar^d;i|i case of fire or acci 



dent you will hi: ire just what you 



tUne, even (though very small, and runj 



i ■. 



you have bought, JDoottgo without insurance 
.and run the risk oif U sing itj When a few aolla i 




& 1 



Why build up a for- 
111 protect you? 



iiSJp. 



1Q4 



DES MOINES 



OITY DIRECTORY. 




Rule Clothing 



617 Walnut Street. 



H 



use, 

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-AND 



JVIerj's Parr)isl)i^g Goods. 



<^- — ^ 



OUR 



JllT and GlP 

i 

i Department 

Second to None 



\ . 



IN IOWA. 



(^ ® 




Stock * 
UisUrpassBd. 



prices Qua rap teed 



\S LO>V as GOOD GOOD 
can be sold. 

(fe* — t— s© 



"i 



FINE GOODS 



Our Terms are Cash Only. Onr Prices are 
, which we Guarantee are as Low 



ECIAL 



Absolutely th> Same to All, 
as the Lowest 



D. M. Johnson & Son, 

■ ' ' ' : 



617 Walnut Street. 



, Wholesale Department, Second Floor. 



(See Lei t Top Lines aind C ird u ider Clothing 




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A NK, STORE, COURT 




MBTORY 



HOUSE AND Of FlgE WORK, 




r-,'- 



WHOLESA 



m 



fe 



And all Kinds df] sipeclal Order Work. 

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i:ljOCif8TJfREET. 




SECOND 




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6fc W ndtrtakers 

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2l9kna|2llrhirdStreetj 



RETAI 



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1 



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HOUSE. 



Mantel and Tile House 

XD 




oods. 



FURNITURE H 



4ND 



Wbolesa | and pa 

j WjndoW Draperj|ind fcll Classes of 



for | Prices 'and 



o 



Ifiarpet 



RJH$P : .41.41 |MKJLNUf S 




USE 



at thifiijthe Large it Furniture JKoust in the West 



i < 



• I.Si 

Samples of Puisnes, 8 
[Ij ,' 'csmjb^ckoover) 




Iks, and all Kinds, cf UpUolstery Goods. 



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106 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



i'&NOv'S. EMERY, President. ! 
dAGOB S. E'MERY, Uice-Presl 



HARDY G. HARRIET Secretary, 
HENRY G. HARRJSjTreasurer. 




©^DEPARTMENTS.^® 

? ' . ■ ; r | - '■ ■ 

BASEMENT- China. Crockery, Silverware. Glassware, Wood en ware, -Household ard Kitchen 



I ! 

riderwearj) 
Shoe^. Jewelry, 



er.y, I 



' i Utensils. 

FIRST FLOOR— Silks, Black Goods, Dress Goods, (Trimmings, Gloves, Hos: 

Notions, Linen Department, Domestic Goods, Boots anc 
'.- .* . Gents' Furnishings, Men's Hats, Candies, Soda Water. . 

• l ] ' I 

SECOND FLOOR-Cloaks and wraps, Stamping, Embroidery Material and Fji rjcy Goods, Men's 
' "; and Boys' Clothing, Boys' Hats and Kurnlslijng Goods, milliner 

THIRD FLOOR— Carpets, furniture, Upholstery. Curtains,! Window Drapery, 

- • ■ Decorations. 



•1 



T- 



FOURTH FLOOR— Dressmakers' Exchange— Madames Cunnirigham-Stevensori, 

Reception Room. Ladies' Toilet and Dressing Room, Check Room, 
packages can be left to be called for*, Ladiesf and Gentlemen 
Restaurant. > I 

'• ■ ! ! i i i • 

FIFTH iFLOOR-Salesrooms of the WOODS-BIBBINS FURNITURE COMPANY 

■■'■■'■ \ \ 



Wall Paper and 
Ladi 



PtfbliG Office, First Floor, Telegraph Office, Telephone and 

'PHONE HO. 3. — 



;N. B.— We check packages to all depots, tun our bus to ai 
within the .city limits fhee of charge. 



4d froni all trains deliver 



es* Public 
wlierje valuable 
s Kitchen and 



} u8i0ffiC8 



i > 



all goods 





w 



HRESHIN 

B LEI AN 



MillsJ Gt4y4r Hulidts 



ACHINERY, 






G^TIOH ENGINES, 



&c. 



108 



i | 

DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY,. 



fjighland Park) EoFmall Sollege 





wa. 



J3es Maine?; 

The Largest and Best Equipped School in Ijowa. 

1315 students enrolled last Vear. j 

A Large Faculty of excellent teachers. 

A School where a person can find almost any branch he desiWss to study. 

The Accommodations the best, lExpenses LoivJ 

Fall Term opens August 29, 1893. j ( 

Highland Park Nofmal College is easily the largest and best 



iJ 



t 



^ quipped Nor- 

The success | of the sehoo} is without precedent;. It is 

4 ess principles, 
modern prin- 



mal College in the west 

a solid, substantial scnool, organized and conducted on bus. 
thoroughly equipped aad embodying everything! ijhat is good i 
ciples and practices of teaching. j | 

Conservatory ofiMusic. This is unquestionably the best 



servatory of Music in tile west. The teachers eainot be exbellec. anywhere in 
the country. « ! ! : : F 



intry 
Accommodations. Besides the college bui 



r 



equipped Con- 



ding there are 



n ne other build- 
;i dents. These 



ings owned by the school and devoted to the accomodation qf.s 

buildings are all furnished completely throughout |heated by st^ajni arid hot air 

and lighted by electricity. 

Equipments. The school is thoroughly equipped with everything needed 
for successful school work. No expense has beep ^pared in (providing the most 

Engineering, 



[jtrical and Ciyi 



volumes of tr 
with daily and 



choicest books 
weedy papers 



i and complete 
rimary work, 
dannot find the 



thorough and successful work in Pharmacy, Ele 
Chemistry and the like. 

The Library. The Library contains 4,000 
that can be had. The reading room is well supplied 
and periodicals, and with the best magazines pub islied. 

Special Training Department. This is the most thoro 

^school in the country for training teachers in Kiridergarten and 
Query. What is the use of attending a school where you 

studies you want and the accommodations are poor? Why pay mjmey to be taught 

by. poor teachers? Why spend twicejas long in mas tcring a branch is is necessary? 

In fact is it not poor economy to attend any school that is hopelessly behind the 

times m methods of instruction, accommodations land equipni^n ;s anfl all that 

goes to'furnish the best in modern education. 

Courses of Study. Preparatory or review, Didactic, Special Didact: 

Scientific, Classical, Literary, Civil Engineering, Electrical 

Music, Elocution and Physical Culture, , Art TelegraphV, 

Penmanship. 

. Expenses. Board is $2 a week, room rent 50 and 60 
all the regular work of the school, light 20 cents a week, heat! 30 cents a weik. 
egraphy is $25 a term or $50 for full course. Pharmacy $20 k term— about (nal 
.charged. The tuition in Shorthand is $15, in Typewriting $8 a term. 



cents a week, t 



lc, Special training, 
ngineeritag, Pharmacy, Business, 
Shorthand, Typewriting, Specia 



itibn $1 a week in 

Tupion in Tel- 

f what is usually 

Eljsctirical Engineering 



$20 a term. $154.00 in advance pays for board, room rent and tuition and lij;ht fcr one year 
of 44 weeks. 

CALENDAR. Fall term opens August 29, 1893 and continues 11 weeks. I Winter term 
open!! November 14, 1893 and continues 11 weeks. Spring! term opens Jinuiry 30, 1894 and 
continues 11 weeks. Summer term opens April 17, 1894 and continues 11 sveess. 
Send for Catalogue. Address O. H. LONGWEIX, A. M., Preiidebt,; 

Highland Park Normal College, DeJ Moines, Iowa. 

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110 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 





IOWft 



MILES BRADFORD, President. Washington! 
J. B. HERRIMAN, Secretary, Des Moines. 

DIRECTORS 



JAMES YTJILL, 'CVeasuter 
J. HJJVROOM, Adjuster, 



D. B. CLARK, Council Bluffs. 

E. TAT/UM, Earlham. 

•N. DENSMORE, Mason City. 



C. H. PAYNE, Fort Dodfce. 
\VM. MATHER, Springdale. 
A. J. GRAVES, Ames. !! 
C J. ANDERSON, Lenox. 



J. A 

•ft. \3. i 

A.N. 



RORI30N 



1 i 



i 0*dar Rapids. 
Raymond. 



ta, Lucas. 
BAKER, Emmetsburg. 
BUCKMAN, Klrkman. 




Tornaio, Cydone and Windstorm Imum flssciciation. 

! 'Ml' 

LARGEST. CHEAPEST AND MOST RELIABLE i|nSUhA.NOE AS&OCIATIQN. DpiNG BUSI 
. I'. NESS ONLY IN !ONE STATE, 6N EARTIff 

$22,006,000 IN RISKS 
PAID Si 0,000 IN LOS 




Every loss as promptly and satisfactorily paid as by anV 

MUTUAL INSURANCE AT 

. Gost for Ten Years Only 60 Gents 



3ther company In tjlie wc|rld. Purely 
COSTJ 

Per $1,000 0br Year. 



The Secretary received 1,100 applications in May. 1893. JYou can [afford to ojjjrry your own r.sk 
for what little it will cost you. Call on or address the Secretary, 



Rooms 61 and 64 Clapp Block, Des Moines, 



IN 



1892. 



Iowa. 



HippY 

: Ilea Moines, 



Secretary, Trea rarer and Acting Manager 




JHft MOINES 1 CIT T DIEEOT'OBY 



Iowa, 




J. H. WINDSOR, 

Des alio Ine*,, Iowa, 

.' : ' ' ' #» ■ t .' I , 

Manager 8m )ke( Heat Trade- 



f: 




p wt 



\ ■ 



be a^fSixies, 

■ t I I : - . I : r * 



I i 




111 



Liverpool, 



fa-" - -' 



President and Oei er d Ma aager. , 



t-+- 




(Iiicbrpo|rated) 




. ' ! ' I I : ,' - j:- 

Smoked Meat ft 



i 



j: 



ii't 



I I'. 



Specialty 



or Sugar 



ked Meats are for S 



\ n 



Windsor 



1 > ! 




.'A 

Sugar Cured 

i in 

'i Ar 




Breakfasj: 



Ure 



firoeers. 



Bacon 1 . 



• I ! 




i i 



'Mi i. • I | ' ' . 

Kettle: Rendered Leaf Lard. 



112 



V. 




The Akron Air Blast i Furnace Burning ill 



MANUFACTURER 



ROOFING AND SPOUTING 



Q f 



tlN 




Gases, 



ARE. 



A SPECIALTY, 



Climax, Superior;! land Peninsular Stoves. 



308 CUalnUt St. Telephone No. 796. r)ES f/LOlJi 3S| 

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Ioum 



114 



DES MOINBB CITY DIIUS 



WM. 




DEALER! IN ALL K 



!TORY. 



ms or 




have some Special Bar, 



and cah Sell 



5 f 



on Easy Terms. 



I , 



Office, West Fifth Street; Room 11, Cl^pp 

■: : , 

ELEVATOR BOY WILL TAKE YOU TO IT, 



PHONE 645. AT RESIDENCES 



Ijbs loin is; Polk 



POST orncEl BOX 515. 



Do.; Iowa, 




pi-lb* 



W con 
ers'and ity 

( | We aro 
-^asbey ;&{ Ma 

ehtiojal 
Pipes, jStejitri 
etcl .'Saw 

razing; g _ 

ftefs' fr^r repa .. „-.-._„ 
'm}\ recfei|i5 prompt $n4 careful 
attention, oee 

: i M'. ' i 111' - i 

fcour ordeft for 
sa|e you uwitej 
All wbrlf giia 



t s befi 
i?e can and will 

■'■ .l 1 

antecd, 

B73T, 



116 



DES MCJINKB CITY DIBEOTO 



^Y. 




apd D^aleri 



f5tab 



$• ■$• 



is^d 1863. 



\ * /E HANDLE both improved aiqtd unimproved propelrtyiin 
* " all parts of the city,j and our long experience, in the business 
gives us superior advantage lor the benefit 01 our customers, 

j ! |i 1 ! ■ 

We build houses for; parties ^and dive easy terms* of 



payment. 



W: \ *$• 



We especially represent the following .' additions, which (aire 
among the very choicest property in the city : 



(jrand pai% 




and Clifton Merits. 



in^mah' piaee 



PlERCIVAL ^ MUTTON. 



202 Youngerwhn' Block, 

; j ; 

IDES lv£OI3STES, ; I-£u. 




n 



PeteiM'-i 



"MEA't 





jHonr;J , wA^EHi I't hemters, 







'Cistern' and Well $umpsj Tin and jGalvanj^ed Iron 

Glitter aihd Spbilt n^ Vvoiik, Hose and 

■ i"--- m - - : i . '. n '.'■»:■'■■■•!, 



11 



.•"f * , 



M«4 



Ho^eiPoiiplingsl. 



JM&dp 




410 Qnd> 412 1 



on SJpp 




^OMJdlNATlON 

_ ! i 

T TO * 






H 



1 : ' ' 

t Motic&. 




i-xth 



^£6 



venue, 



Ft 



]U8 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORY 




S A VERY HOUSE. - 



Cor. Locust and Fourth Sts. 



Strictly First- Glass In all Its iflppoinwnts 



Turkish Bath Uqoms in Connection wlih the Hotel. 



#ates fvom $2.50 to $4.50 



per 



SAVERY HOUSE -HOTEL CO.,' Proprietors. 



W. L. BROWN, Manager. 



Day. 



PES MOINE§ 



dircr, diei 



EOT 



Ml 



119 




Road Carts, Drays 






MaYerJB 




j - : | ; ■ , I ■■ ' : v'- AN^ Ttt MMING. 



DESMO 

• '■■■!■■.' " 'A 



9 WW 



ons. 



ress Wag 



WkW 



SPECIAL ATTENTION QIVEN tp EEPwilRINQj PAINTING 




0|!8, 




120 



DES MOIJTES CITY DIRECTORY. 



L. TI^BPANIER, 



f i 



507-509 Walnut Street, 



Pre 





Notions, 



THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE ONE-PRICE 



DRY GOODS HOUSE IN THE CITY OF DEiS MOINES' 



T - 
b 



And that Price Always the Lowest. 



yyil Goods Metit^Urocl 



h 



A 



lin Plain IT} 

WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF 



gr-uiiros 



1 ; ! ' 

Silks, Dress Goods, Cloaks. 




LIST OF D 



PARTMENTS. 



Silks and Velvets, Mourning Goods, Fine Dress Goods, Imported 



Novelties, Ladies' and Children's 



Garments, Muslin and Knit Underwear, Hoisery, Gloves, Ribbons, 



Corsets, Laces, Embroideries, 
Trimmings, Buttons and Small 
Linens, Muslins and Sheetings, 



Cloaks, Jackets, Shaw 



Neck Wear, Handkerchiefs, Dress 
Notions, Parasols and Umbrellas,' 
Lace Curtains and 
Goods, Flannels, Blankets, Whitle Goods arid Wash Fabrics. Gents' 
( Furnishing Goods. 



i\ and Rubber 




Lengths. 



1 ■ m 



DES MOINES 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



YOlTNGERMAN BLOCK 




Finest Office Build 



COSEAD YOUHGERMJl 



Office: 204 Youngerrnan Mock 



^24 



DE8 MOINES 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



i i 



R.' L. POLK, President. 



A. C. DANSER, 

INCOR 



Vice- 



President. J. W. \yEEKS, BeJ5'y and Treasurer. 
ORATED 1885. 



R- 




^pOLK : & 



PUBLISHERS 

and Business 




— FOR TH 



1 



WEST VIRGIN 
KENTUCKY 
INDIANA, 
IOWA, 



MICHIGAN, 
ILLINOIS, 

. PENNSYLVANIA, 
NEW JERSEY, 
MINNESOTA, 
MONTANA and 
THE DAKOTAS, 
KANSAS, 
MISSOURI, 
ALAB\MA and the 
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL REGISTER L 
1/DENTAL REGISTER OF THE UNITEb 
1 ' " ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS DI|RECTOR f 
ti I MARINE DIRECTORY OF THE 



WISCONSIN 
TEXAS 
MARYLAND, 
OREGON, 



I1ENNESSEE, ' , 
DOMINION OF CAiNADA, IDAHO. 

PFTHEIUNITED 
STATES ' 

3Y OF THE] UNITED STATES. 
GREAT LAKES. 



H 



AND CITY 



DIRECT 

FOR— - 



Ml 



Baltimore, Md ; Detroit, Grand Rapids, Saginaw, 
,Ste. Marie, Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Kalania/.oo, F 
-' Columbus, Findlay, Newark, aud Limn, Ohio 

Memphis, Tenn.; Indianapolis, and Ft. \Vnyne, Ind.; St. Paul, 

Minn.; Ashland, Oshkosh, and Kau Clqire, Wis.; Dos Moines, |nd Sioux City, low 

Portland aud Astoria, Ore.; He ' 

■ and Spokane Falls, Wash.; 



.J 



— OFFICES AI- 
DES MOINES, IOWA, Sixth Avenue li w C<j 



( New York. 50 Exchange Place. 
Philadelphia, Pa., Ledger Building. 
Ouicafcoiilll., 122 La Salle St. 
Baltinioie, Md., 112 North Charles St. 
St. Louis. Mo., 904 Olive St. 
Toledo. Ohjo. 306 Madison St. 
Columbus JOhio. 80 North High St. 
Grand Rapids, Mich., Widdicomb Bldg 
IridianaDolis, Ind., Corner Circle 

Meridian Sts. 
St. Paul, Minn., Chamber Commerce. 



and 



STATES OF— 



IA, 




CALIFORNIA, 

ASH1NGTONI | 
COLORADO, 
WYOMING, 
NEW] MEXICO, 
UTAH, T -. i 
NEVADA, 
RIZGNA, 
ARKANSAS, 



p 



RIBS 



Jay City, .Jackson, Lansing, Muskegon, Port Huron, Sault 
nt, Alpena, Cheboygan, and Kig Rapids Mich.: Toledo, 
:. Columbus and, Augusta, Ga.: Montgomery, Ala.; 



ena, and Butte, Mont 
Salt Lake City, and . 



Minneapolis 



and l»uluth, 



; Seattle, <Taqonm, 
Ogden, Utah. 



a. 



MAIN OFFICE, Detroit, Mich 



r. Mulberry. 



Minneapolis, Minn., 257 First Avenue s. 
Seattle, jWash,, Columbia and ^ront. 
Tacomal Was 3., Uhlman Market Block. 
Portland, Ore., Maquam Building. 
Memphis. Teiin.. 526 Randolph Building. 
Duluth, Minn., Chamber Commerce. 
Helena, Mont., 216 Power Building, 
Salt Lake OitT, Utah. Herald building. 
Spokane], Wai in., 1012 Sprague kvej. 
San Franciso, Cal., 606 Montgomery St. 




I)ES Mq 




corporate I Juie 2<l, 1882. 



•/■ 



$184,000. 



of Des 



. ZwaM, [Cds 
Dos MolWei . 
Ira C. Cale, 
'■ PikCliubjn >n 
Revl E, If. f!<>n 



J. A. 
Des 



Vice-M 
JEL A. MBRRIL^jfreafcureil. 



i i ■ 



ght, President 
!Ex-Ch 



Bank; 



President; 



GEO 
SLAGER, 



RGB 



J 



iqX fllKBGTO^T. 




1?5| 



OFI'JCEllS 

WRIGHtr. 
ident. 



Mai list 

L, ; 'I u 

jPolk County Sav 
ef J ustic(j Subrem ; 



President Dek MJoinesijNjitioria 
Polk Ccunty 



of mo 



„.„ savipgs Bank, aty 
iTreasbreri EqultaM lilts 

I ''•'! "u l ! Ji ; 

Citizens'jyationaC iBaril: 

■ 4« 

County 

4f DeV Moinei 



i, u.cuuciH viia/.eub ji^unu/ 

ni 8; .trustee In State Savings': Bink. 
Ci stylet Polk-Cpunty SaVinga; Kaiik o ' 



Capitalist; (formerly 
punV). i . 

„ , ^ r , -iei!, Pasadena, California. ..... . 

Martir Tut ;la, E^Ha^or and Trustee Peuplk Sav 
tugs Bautt, Dp Moines, i 9 rl i.f I 

M, T. '7-. B6vjrkn| pirectbr in Iqwa National iim$i 

and Honie Savitgs Bank.lDev Moines*; Gesnera 
.Agent Was hi bgtfani Life Insurance Co. i 1 | 
fFayette Me«k Tth^tee |in Polk, County SaVingi 
Ban!:. . : * Tf |.. ■ IT 1 ■[ 1 \ .*" 

T. S. Wflgl t, ! (tyieral Attorney of j the Chisago 
! Rod Islan it Riiclflo Railway Coi ! I if 

SJ B. Tuttle, to rector ir* Valley National BaMarid 
Trustee' ^ " ^ ■ ~> ■ i- . c* _ . sir., -n 



in Pclkl County Savings Bank, Dds Ifdinef, 

J, H. Windsor, of Liverpool' and IDes Moines Pack 

• mJ -if|tee Polk County Saviags Banji Det 



eney 



P. Tujner, fioundfcrof khe DesJ Moines Street 
?ay C>mpatiy; DirectX in State Swingf 
?anlj and (japital CityStatcf Bank of Des'Moine^ 



GEOi G. 



Geo. F. Herry, Trustee, Attorney jat Lawl 
Moines. ~ v - ' * T 



i;v 



ingCo.; T 
Moines. . , 
in 3t. Rofiiisjjfeapltalist, Directdr in Citizedd 
ati6nal'Bji^k,i]^es Moines. | l]f 

B. P.IBlbert.fcapHaiist, pes Moines. 
nkk ' ' 



lapjtaiist, Pes Moines. ,, v 

,1 Director,' in Valley National '(lank, 

Moines; Trustee in i Polk „County Sav^ 




WRIGHT. 
ITTfEiMEEK. 




i A. MERRlii, 




State 
J. 



uhai 



INst Co. 

MOINES, IOWA. 

tf |iirpl|u.8 t ' $40,000. 



President, 



UNSON,,. Secretary. 
WjEBER. 1 Assfc. Sec. 



ikholders 



1 1 



Pf>}k bounty SaVinks Bank, bes Moines. 
~ ate Insurance Compkny, lies Moines. 

C. Cummins^ President ojf the Commercial El- 



and , I Secretary Equitable Life- Insurance 
. ny, Det Moinfes. j 

FJM.^GilWt,; Ditecthr ^ De8 Moines National 
Bar^i Starct Manufacturer (Gilbert stuwh 



%faixk i)iokey, s |DI|ectbr injDeAtyine* JNational 

jples S 



' Bat kj arid Vi( 



.ii.^D^J"» , J u -i , 'i I TA 1 1? 1 2 en {l P ' p0 Pi e8 pavings Bank. 
C.jW. McSjeekln] qivili Engineer, Des^Ioinfes. 

T.| S. < Ja.thdarti Capitalist, l)?s ifoTnei. I 

Aj N. DfenihanJ Secretary Des Moines 1 Wat^r Works 



npt 



Miroils JY'ojinlferJ of Younker B^ros;, ilerchants, Dfs 

Moi »tiS. • '. ' , i '■■'■'; [ ■ 

'J. jB.Jt^virt, Cap! &li#, ; Des Moines 1 , 

Col. Edward Martindale, Direc^oi' in Iowa National 

■: BanxJ'DesMolnea. i [ 

' H CT^ Y W^»i?, f Younker Brqs., Director in 

•j Citifeens Nitibnal Bank, Des Moine i. 

H. A. Slllot, Vibe-President State ftsurance Oom- 

panW, and Dirfector in Iowa National Bank, orDes 

Moi^e>.. I , . '! | 

W. pi Curtiss, Mtirney at Law; DJ-ector in Mar- 

quahlt Savings [B ink, Des Moines. f 
Joseph Kuhn, Cap! alist, pes, Moine*. 



ingfi I ank,' Ft; Mi dlson, Iowa. 

A. B, } sheuerman, wjithfiheuermin JJroB. 



Mj LJi leuerraaDJ, 
Manu acturers. 
E.jG. ft Hhoefer, 
Wk &\ Creswel 



1 

1IOARW6F BIKE DTOR8 

R. T||W]!lIiLSLkGEjR. 



Rev. SJG. Barnes Iongmeadow, Mass', 

linn Uf rv> 'n vA.it Tri— _ »»_ u.^.r. 



SamufellA. Merrill 
D. G.jEdmundsq 



Assistant Treasurer of Company 
s Moines. 



ii fit. -t. jv/ioo*rei , uko iuoineg. 

H. Wf\Veber, Aieisiant Secretary of Company 



f 



.Treasurer of Comf any. 
. pcretary of Company. 



JL oi 



■if (tfitt^ja.; ■ -d 1 

$J B. Tt 



Hon.lVM. G. Keut, Vice-PresidenrL^e Cojmty'Sav- 
^ w d|son,Io— ' ^ • ' r 
bneuerman- With. 

Madufacturers. 



with She 1 uerman ! Bros 



J. H. WINDSOR. 
f. .EDMUNDSok ' 
TTLE. 



Woolen 
Woolen 




126 



DES MOINES 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



John Anderson 



^oom 53 



Office 



Has best bargains in Iowa Farms and 



Improved Des Moines Real 



Bldg 



'9 



Houses to 



exchan 



ge for Vadant Lot?; 



Merchandise and Western land 



and sold. Builds 
small payment 



Estate: 



bought 



3use$ to order on 



§all aijd \po\[ ou^r t^ Ijst of pri^5 Before You feuy. 



Palace Dininfl Ha 



BAIRD & 




-709 WALN UT STREET. 

gread, Fipe ©al^es, 
fiorr)e-]Vl3cje| 0Qr)dM4 ^e- 



We furnish Banquets, Liincl: 
Ice Cream and Ices for Special 





>C- 



es for Parties arid Lodges, also 
Parties s(nd Church Socials 




Benefits to Policyholders 




Connecticut Mkitual 



Mutual Bene 
Mutual Lite. 
Northwester ti 
New YorkTlfife. 



rflife. 
>!llife. 



i 



i- 



NAME OF COMPANY. 

If 1 ! , 

< . I ; . 



it, Newark. 

H ■ 



Equitable \mfe, New 1 York. .'.....'... 






•V* 

i 






± 



in FNe Years- 1 888 to 1892. 



l» -emlums Ke- 
if celved. 



Total Benefits 

| to -| 
Policyholders. 



Per pent of 

Beietits 

to Premiums. 



[ • • • • 4 



£2,398,314 

30,038]929 
182,375333 

44,421 353 
122.686 806 
143.930762 



•32.Ofl4.202 

35,916,523 

139,961.899 

j 46,902.334 

,118.033,084 

135,928,124 



147.18 

119.54 

105.74 

105.05 

06.21 

- 94.44 



jtV JB. 4- HifjpiREJXDb-iE] 



D. B. HURD 

"l | !' | 



'1 



ROOMS 20 AND 22v ql'PKJJE BfiQOKl FIFTH 




'I 



m ■ 



2Dlst- 3-u.pt. of -£.g-e[o.cleo. 



/T\oiri<es«a 



l^al 1 Est 



Par 122 <xnd 

■.'•V ! 



Git;/ Ifrp^ert^l 





CLUMP. 



STREET. 



. i 



B. D. IIURO. 



ai}d Cbai? Qo. 



1523 E 



"I 



T2 



N6ipttjfM/<5^i?- 



Di-fl, 



ere 



B]j|nGH 6fPICE AT SU^RIOR, DIOKIj^N COUNTY, IOWA, 




tFelrt* of tfle -State. 



•-!/ 



BL'E Bli 



. i 



ILDING, 



W 1 



OINESJ IOWA. 



128 



DE8 MOINEU CITY DIRECTORY. 



f 



A. L. SMOUSE, President. 



Des Moines Scale 



J. M. ST. JOHN, Secretary. 



ti 



^ 



i 




Fairbanks Pattern of Seale^ 



p MANUFACTURERS OF PLOJWS AND GENERA^ REPAIR SHOP. 

j 
A Specialty made of Sealing and Rebuilding. All kinds of Scales Repaired on Sho 1 rt Notice. 



i i 



S. E. CORNER SECOND AND iHRAND AVENUE, DES MOINES, IOWA. 



tE,bi 



PES MOINES BOX WOlks 



r 






J. E. ALQFICH, PROpklETOft, 






i i 



MANUFACTURERS OF ALL Kl NDS OF 



pap^r Box<5, 5 Wis, JiM 



F1RET WOIK HI F0LD1K 



I ClHDlr 



P a lfj, ^f 






BOIES nrECMLTT. 



Dealers in Strawtoard and Glazed Paper. 

220 West Second St., DES MOINES, I A. 



y v | .! , pfeS-HOpElJ CITY DJBEC 

NfttiONftijiDOllR AND 

. j ■ ■. I | . ; • • , ■ .('■■■}■ 




Office and Works, 214 and 216 EAUT FIBST 

between ] Walnut and Cou :t Avenuei 

T li, i 




i. 





Baker 




129 



ORKS. 



OWEJ4S, 

UFAOTURMMS OF 




LMfDAlNb WATER TANKS. 



Heaters, Smoke Stacks, Iron Jails, 

Fire-Pi def Vault Doors and Shutters 

' 'J i i 1 1 ' ' Jl : ■ ' ] i 

Wrought Iron Work of i 

.! H' :|j •; .! 

EVery Description. " ! 

■ i! I I ■ ' ■•! i, ? i 

Orders by Mall or Telegraph ■ | 

I ' ■ ' s i i i 
Attended to Promptly. 



Particular Attention Paid to Repairing'. 

' ■•■ : •'■' iT ''r-!. 
All Work Warranted. j 

DjeJs Moines, Iowa . 





FrO 




V. 



and ^onfectio 



h Oyst n 
Wedding an 



inth, 



ner, 
and Bread Baker, 
Room and Ice Cream. 







5 GENTS, 




Season, 

namental Cake^ a Specialty. 



-130 



DES MOINES 



(JJITY DIRECTORY. 





MOR 

R. NJHVDE, Gen. Manager. 

^ i i 

ingi CialGimiffing, Hoilse 




o. 



WALL PAPEI^ CLEANED WITH DIAMOND JVALfci 
PAPER MACHINE. 



actory, 115 Court Avenuq. 
urtain and Carpet .Cleanin 
Dftiee^l Fourth tJtiSeet. 



; Room, 317 



Dia 



ateniee of ' 
nond Wall Pa 



'H. 

per 



ahd H." 
Machine. 



I 



and inventor of the 



Walnut St. 



TBL)BT>H-ONE.793. 



^MUMwmumm, DES 



MOINES, 



IOWA. 



0. A. WASHBURN, Pres., Mt. Pleasant, la. 
J.M: WILLOUGHBY, Vice-Pres., Smlthlund, In 

S. M. JACOBS, State 



C P. STEVENS. Seo'y and Treas. 
MRS;. JESSIE v[ WARD, AJsst-.Secy. 

Agent„ Fontanelle, la. 



The Ioma Tract 



DEALERS IN 



i l 





HEALTH AND TEMP 



FRANCE l[lTjE^ATURE. 




Sabbath School Supplies/ Bttc. 



Standard Periodical; Literature. 



i i 



PUBLISHERS " WORKERS1 BluLLETlN." 




ice and.Depositoru, 603 East Twelfth, St J 'Des 



Moines, la, 




All Work Warra 



Gojt- Elatst 



Attention Given to Repairs. 



Tpbird arid Cbu.rt Ave:., 




Estimates Given. 



DES MOINES, lOWAi 



SPfPE 



CEMENlT.' SfWfiS' ANiD. WELL PIPE 

1 1 ■ • J • '] [ {[\ . .i . - ■ ! •,!■ . j 



EKflNGmND BUILDING STONd. 

L KINDS OF 





MENTS: .,' 

PE AND LANb TILE. 



Proprietor. 

• ! ■ 



132 



DES MOINES 



CITY DIRECTORY 



1 



Charles K. Innis, I TlVTlVrTQ f^ 'QPTTT't V 
Res. 828 9th I liN XN 10 P*- PtW. LL x > 



clohn ScujI y, 
Re's J 84012th 



CARPENTERS, BUILDERS ^CONTRACTOR 



WE GIVE 



SPECIAt 




ATTENTION 

i 



TO ALIj K1N1>$ of 



JOB W! ©..F? IPC ! 

• ! ; 

Estimates Promptly 'Ftirnishe 

Applicatiolp. 

Southwest Cor. Ninth Street and [Grand Ave., 

DES MOINES, 



Upon 



IOV^A. 



! ...i.' I 

F MPIRB FB iRKEr ?tj 

M— m* ■— —————— ^———— mmmmml^^ w— — »— — i n .— . - ■ ^ - - i 



HOMHN & ^JQH^SON, P|rop|s., 

Bakers and 



FANCY CAKE 
CAFE, LUNCH 

MEALS 




AND BREAD BAKERS. 
ROOM AND ICE CREAM. 



25 C ENTS. 



FRESH OYSTERS IN 
WEDDING AND 



THEIR SEASON. 
ORNAlMENTAL CAKES A SPECIALTY. 



327 East Fifth Street:. 




in: cs r omr DIEEOTOKT. ' 



MOINBS 



ml ai StE 



lj$3 



II 





ks, 



J. C. PRESTO A, PnopRiefoR. 

vMe Rubberj j Type and Price; Markers; 
incis of Checks anq Badges furnished to 
"New and 



Ifltesjt Improved 
inizer and 
lances. 



il orders 

lptly al- 

Ucjto. Give 

call or send 

Illustrated 
|ata^gue..,' 

4(^7 WjSXnUT S^I#ET,'dES MOINps, IOWA. 






Brown Sand 8tone, 
Bedford, I id., Olitic 



Cedar 



OR AN,t 

( 



7 



Liityj ?tone, 



af ley, la., Wnite Lime 8tone. 



^TCNE IN THE MABKE1?. 



6ut,iSaiiRu 



Bstfniates and Prttetn Application.! 

: * ! ! -.1 > • •■ ! ' ' 



/QW4 Qt/4ffiyrf a j* A#> *,«,* CoijfrrW 



^ • 



! I 




209W.S0U1H 



¥J.. A. 8 [TEELE Propriet( 



(iTUSllGd StOI)6. 




A/vp y**os, 

$PSf, PHONE NO. 304. 



134 



DES MOINES 



CITY, DIRECTORY. 





LJ H. WICKE, 



<;K AEIIAL AGKXT 



Friclc Gd's Fatnoifs EclippB TraGtiqn 



ENGIN 

•quhar's New Agitating Tl 




/ 



Farquhar's New Agitating Threshers, Horse 



'Powers, S 



CORLISS, AUTOMATIC AND 8LIDE-MVE U 



iir-Feeders, Swinging-Stackers A 



All Sizes and Styles of Steam Boilers, Ice Refrig arating Machinery. First-Class Goods at Bottom Prices 




OFFICE: 414 

Have gome 



also all 



Sizes of 



GINES. 



Hand Goods taken in 



COURT AVENUE. 



Second- 



trade for other 



For Sale Cheap 



i . 



Sizes, 



SVITHIO 




Published IIveby Thursday at 



512 EAST WALNUT STREET, DES MOINES 10 



I 

IWA, 






i 



Being the Best Advertising Medium to Reach 
the Swedish IPopulakon-in the City, State of 
Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas. For Rates \\of 
Advertising, Address 



SVITHIOD. DBS MOINES 



0TTO HELSOH, 

[ BOOKS AND ST A' 



!Ni 



> i 



BLANK BOOKS. AND 



IONERY. PAPER 



IOWA, 



M 



an'ag 



er. 



RULING. 



n 



AGAZINE BINDING 



SOLICITED. 




PES lyiOINEiS, |QWA. 



136 



DE8 MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 4 




;i*E$2: 



f$3mS33£&l$3£^£3&^&32$3: 



The National League 



OF 



+ 




State Teachers' Bureaus. 



\V2N 



JCviN 



Centra! Office, DES MOINES. IA. 



PLAN.- , 

TUE LEAGUE consists of a Bureau in each State In the Union, and ill co-opera* 
^ tive in selecting and recommending teachers for positions. One registration fee 

entitles you to enrollment in all the State Bureaus of the League. 

OBJECTS- '" 

1. Supplies Teaehers with Positions. 

2. Provides Schools with Teachers. 

3. Kents and Sells School Property. 

School Boards and Employing Principals— We tender you our services free. 
Write or telegraph us at our expense when you need teachers. 



TEACHERS 
WHO 

WOULD BE 



Should write for particulars to 



IN LINB 



F'or positions they especially desire. 
Fqr choice and deserved promotion, 



er salaries, 



For other locations and bet 

1 ■ "I ' i * 

FjRHNK E. PLUTBrmfiR 

604 Younfcerman Bk>ck, DES MOINES^ IOWA 



f#Ifc»«4 





No \Shoi 



OfnbeJs 



K 



age 



SOLD AT 



i - | 

allowed* 



i ■■ i 



3 Sixth Ave. 






MINE WEI 



for Sarinkkge, Vaste or\ Plundering m Transportation 



Telepho 



HITS. 



;P£"« MOINES, IOWA 



ne 



No. 199. 



138 



DES MOINES CITY DIRECTORS 



J^MES MAIffi 






BRIGK, 8T0NE ID GE 



Jobbing ot all Kinds Promptly Attended to. , 

11© jEleribjab. Street 

i ! .1 ■ t • 

MAINE & HO^RABIN; 

CONTRACTORS OF EL KINDS I M CEMENT WOlJK, 

119 EIGHTH STREET, D^S j MOINES, IOWA, i 





CdOillll 




Mrs! J. T. D. FULME4, 

! i ! 

910 Des A\oines Street, -! - M 



Florist. 

Des Moines, io\k/a|. ! 



BEDDING PLANTS pi REASON. 



CUT FLOWERS AND DESIGNS 




203 "Walmj.t St., 



a.S[y 





A SPECIALTY. 



•I ^ T 

RUGS, STOVES, TIJMJHTARE, &c. 
S. R 



N,i ' 

iments. 





139 



SH OPS .821 2c L £T., and 12^ LOCUST £T. 
' Telephone 1] 1. 



Corns Quarter Cjrackii, Hoof-Bdund, 
fnd Interfering! Curjed: Horses 
Takenj | from j any 

the City, Sho'ji and 
Returned 



t|pter, 




EA$$ £IDE 

['-J j ; •' 

C6;|! F ROPRIETPRS. 

Granite. 
JHonumenWl Wolrk a Specialty. 

^ijrsT stkeIetj 



tf FITTER 



RNSID . 

, Brass anil Iro rt Fittings , 
D&S I^OINfiS, IOWA. 

HbNE 310. -^ 



] benjamin McClellafld, Secretary. 




jSOffTJilC 




(Incorporated) 

$10,000.06. 

Northwest o^ ikighlknd 
liege. 



140 



DE8 MOINES CITY j DIRECTORY. 



% J 



N,URSERl)m 



CAPITAL 




SALESMEN jWTtNTED. 



$ 



HNT 



A Full Assortment of ip^-uit Trees, Forest 
Trees, Shac.e a[nd Street Trees. ' ' 

' SMALL FEUITS, EVERGREENS, ORNAMENTALS, ETC.: ETC., 

Adapted to the uses of Prairie and City Planters.! Complete outfit Free and best of terbs.- 

j | C. L. WATROUS, Des Mo*' r ~ 
>ro. sipcrria: and. I i^fcrxjBE^i^ir. I 



co: 




J I 



ESTABLISHED i860. 



The Only German Paper in Des Moines 

Kqaehes a class of customers reached by no other paper, and is .therefore 

Unsurpassed Advertising Medium. 

OFFICE: 213 MHuilUnr ST#£0T, ' 



Joseph 



EibpG^I(, Editor i ai)d proprietor. 



i i 



am 



ESI 



TABLISHED 1870 

The only Firm West of Chicago GJarruinfl a full 



3. 
Line of BldGCSi 







J. H. Holland; Pres. 



L. H. Oordry 



3 



'Silk, Soft and Stiff Hats made over into ilhe Latest Styles. Old Hits 

made into New Stiff Ha-ps. Old Hats' made larger or smaller. 

White Hats colored, re-blocked and re-trimmed on short 

Notice. One trial Will convirfce [the most skeptical 

that we can make 'your iold Hats nevV 1 . Hats 

pressed and made over! fop the trade. 

C A. McN^LL, 
DES MOINES HAT WORKS, 



m M01NE8 DAIRY 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



DEALERS IJ4 DAIRY PROD 

' ] j 

UH. pORDRY, Manager, 



ice-r res. 



CO,; 



c;*s, 



T13-T15 GRAND 



Goods Tested daily and delivered twice a day. Ice 
livjered at any ljotir of the day; Wholesale and Retail. 



cream 



AVE. 

de- 



V 




\ 



L 141 



Steto ^jfot ll/at; 



! DEA 




numbing. 

Apparatus, 



PIlUMpiNG GAS FITTING ETC., 



LEilS IN 



I Pliirnbin 3 Supplies* 
Aiple Room Solicited' 



A visit to our 



m 



715 WALNUT ST., 



i 



DES MOINES, IOWA. 



INDIVIDUALS: 



s or addresii miy be 1 desired, send pprticnl rrs to 



129 La 5a 



^iCpbiplet^ file c(f 
9%es iii all 1 the 
the Go untjry. 



leSt,, CHICAGO, ILL. 





Directories in the 
principal Cities and in 
mreaii c f General IMor 



Wo-ld. Branch 



ForanyTrad< 



, Business <{r Profession Supplied. 



& 



par^sspf 
ation. 




GO. Chicago. III. 



142 



DEB MOINES CITY 




4 • • BLOOM 



Goal and 



MINERS AND 



WHOLESALE AND 



"Use 



317 Fourth and 



(See right top corner cards.) 




agt.ageiH. 

acct, acuou 

al, alle)^ 

assn, association. 

asst, assists, nf. 

ave, avenuel 

bds,:boardsJ 

bet, between. 

bk binder, b!oak bindeif. 

•bkpr, bookkeeper, 

ibldg; building. ' 

blksmith, blacksmith 

blk, bloclc. I ' 

boarding boarding house 

cabinet rakrL cabjne , 

'maker. jb 

cap t, captain] •'. >' 
carp, carpenter^, 
cigar irikV, cigar maker 
civ4mg, ciyil engineer. 
coVd, colored; I 

elk, clerk. 

co, oomptirfy. '' ' , , ' 
com nierl, .commission; 

merchant'.; , ll 

confectr,, jonfectidner. i 
cdr, corner". I M 



dep, depu 



Moines 
eng, engineer, 
eigr, engraver 
ejs, east sid*\ 
exch, excl)ang|i. 
II, floor., 
express. 



furn > rm 



ii'aruesfe 



rooms, 
gas Alter.. 
g*nl,gene-4l. 
harness nflkr, 

makers 
ins, insurance, 
lab, laborer] .' 
lithog, litliographerj 
M E, Methodist Episco 



y, 



mngr, manager^ f 
mnfg, manufacturing. 



pal. 



meat mkt, 
n, north, I 
N T at, Najio^ial. 

IIP; WORti f 



Aperg rDorpthyj domestic, 672 lkh. 
Aaron Moses Ii] finisher \E PEAKS 
I bds 12GDesMoinel T | 

Abbett, Ske also Abbott: ' ' i| 

AbbettWm A (Duncan fc'AbJbett), res Gd8 ' 

bbey Luther, stuo^nt, bdi iSl^ejGranV 
bbott, sMdlsd Abbett. \ ; I I' 



fPpojt, sedated Abbett. I 

f bbott Clark, lab/rnU 71.5 .Qherry. 



furnishe 



1 



meat market. 



(N I) M;, Nortb/ijDo's 
Moines. 

no, n^orthoast. 

nr, nvnr,.' i 

notary, nc tary publtp. 

u s, north side. 

my, north \fest. 

opp, oppo site, 

opr, operator. 

PO, postofflce. 

paper hgr. paper hajnger. 

P. E, Protestant Episco- 
pal. 

photog, photographer. 

)k,j park, . . . 

)J, place.- ; 

police, policeman 

;)res, president.! 

J^resb, Presbyteriaq. 

>riri, principal. 

)robr, proprietor. 

>ubr publisher. 

* ! G, Ronian Catholic 

* JR, railroad. j 

Jy M S> railway bail 

! se; - vice. 

fly, railway. 

es, residence. . 



STREETf' IS ' ML ways 



i. 



r ns, rooms.. 

si, south, 
s I); M), South 
Moines/: 

sfc, southeast. 

s ;c, secretary. 
j iberakr, fehoemaker. 

s s, south Bide, . 

s air bldr,i stair builder. 

s , street, j ' 

s enog, stenographer. 

8' one ctr, stone cutter. 
1 supt, sunerintendeut. 

8H-, southwest, 
, t«l, telegraph, telephone 

ttl our, teWgraph or tel- 
ephone operator 

travagt, t-aveling agent 

tr?as, treasurer. 

u iholstr.iphdlsterer. 

vt t surg, yaterinary sur-' 
jeon. I 

vije pres, 'ice president 



w 



west. 



w 10I, wholesale. 
W d, wido\y. 
w, :s, work*. 



UNDERSTOOD 






Jbbott [Eliza (Wid Char es), rek 2d so of 

! [Round house jSDM). 
Abbott Hlarkless, Wb, bds 
Abbott Jtjarvey S, studenj C C C. rms 820 
Uh. 



~t • 



Abbott Jool 4, iiach H A Eatfm, res cor 
Lyon and .Fair Ground ave. I 

Anbott Nellie JS, nurse, I/rake Smitarium 
bds same. ' ■ . ] , 

Abbott Fitner, lab, rtas 715 CHen-y. 



Coal, Line $ Cement. 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

East Fourth aW Sourt Ave 

Telephone 410. . 




144 



ABD 



DES MOINES CITV DIRECTORY. 



P 



Accountant (weekly), 
editor, 008 Locust. 



ADA 



THERE 1 3 NO BETTER COMPANY 
IN THE WORLD THAN 



▲ A 



The Connecticut Mutual 
Lite Insurance Company 

1 of HARTFORD, CONN. 

Full information will be cheerfully furnished by 
F.'B. ALLDREDGE, Gen'l Agent, 
ELLIOT S. MILLERJ District Snp't, 

ao, 2i, 22 Office Block, DES MOINES, IOWA. 

ABDILL LEWIS B, Books, Stationery, 
Pictures and Picture Frames, Artists' 
and Architects' imaterials. Wall 
Paper, etc, 520 Wfulnut, res s s of 
Forest Drive, 2d sojof W Grand ave 
(See page classified Books and Sta- 
tionery). ; i 

Abel, See also Able. 

Abel Aionzo J. printer, bds 1016 12th. 
Abel Arthur H, baker Holliday Bros, 

bds 101(5 12th. j 

Abel Frank, baker Holliday Bros, rms 
' 1016 8th. I 

Abel Frank 0, trav agt Union Mercan- 
tile Co, res 947 6th ave. j 
Abel Fred M, moved to Omaba, Neb. 
Abel John A, Printer K K Adams, jres 

1016 12th. 
Abel Win, expressman, res 10 16 12tli. 
Abel Win P, printer Huffman & Mil 

res 1016 12th. | 

Abeles Henry, elk Lederer, Strauss 

Co, res 1013 Locust. ; 
Abell Alma W (wid Ralph M), bds 

32d and North. ■ I 

Abernethy John, farmer, res n s North 

ave 1st w of Grist niill. I 

Abernethy Herbert A, student D M 

College, bds 1512 12th. 
Able, see also Abel. 
Able George, boarding. 714 Walnut. 
Ableman Miss Laura, [student Highlaud 

Park College, rms 3712 4th. 
Aborn Edward S, physician, 412 Court 

ave, res same. s 

ABORN HOUSE, Milner & Barwell, 

proprs, Court ave, sw cor 4th. 
Abraham -Edward, miner, res 1609 e 

Court ave. I 

Abraham Miss Gladys, res 1609 e Cqurt 
->ave, | 

Abraham Mary (wid Edward), res 1609 
* e Court ave. • j 

Abraham Samuel, miner, res 1609 e 

Court ave. 
Abraham Win, lab, res 104 J. 
Abrahams John J, re.^, 602 e so 7th. 
Abram David, lab q,.R I & P Ry, res' 

224 o so 1 st, ; | 



ler, 
& 
cor 



John M Mehan 



Achesoii Miss Anna, sj-judent Highland 
Park College 

Achesori Miss Estella, Student Highland 
Park College. ' ' 7 

Acker, see Eckert. 

Acklund, see Ecklund 

Ackyerrj Frank, drive i* W II Hender 
sou, bds 1212 Center j 

ACME COAL CO, Johi R Nelson Pres 
Samuel W jGlas^ov^, Sec, 517 Mul 
berry {see right bottom lines), i i ' 

Acomb Earnest, student IOWA -BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE. 

Adair Miss Cora, bkpr, bds 536 6th ave 

Adair Mrs Elizabeth, bds 536 6th ave. 

Adair, James M, wks University Stean: 
Laundry, r3s746 9th. * ■ 

Adair James L, plaster 3r, res 746 9th. 

Adair Aliss Lizzie E ( Sutler & Adair) 
res 1217 25th. "' 

Adams Augustus, lab James Maind, ye& 
1428 Bluff. i 

Adams Birdie, studeit IOWA BUSI+ 
NESS COLLEGE. ' 1 ■ T 

Adams jCharles,. lab Jimes, Maine, res 
1419 2nd. ■'■ 

Adams 1 David, carp, bds 1743 Des 
Moines. 

Adamsi Edward E, printer, 205 5th, res 
1517 Locust. i 

Adams Miss Emma, student D M Col 
lege, bds 1328 14t i. 

ADAMS EXPRESS CO 



V7 

to 



[0 
10 



ouriclge, mngr, 220 4i,h 



Wm W. Breckr 



;ate, 500 Walnut, 



elk Lang Bros 



Adams E John, real es 

rms 1149 9th. , 

Adams jMiss Florence, 

bds 1 17 Locust. 
Adams jGeorge T, teamster, res Elm n\v 

Cor of e 13th. , 

Adams Gustaf, lab, res 1428 2d. 
Adams Henry M, lab, xes 1015 1st. 
Adams Herbert, stah bldr, bds 132$ 

Hth. : , ,, j j 

Adams Isaac D, trav ag(b, res. 1312 Wood 
laud ave. 







DRAKE & BUSSELLE, 




IVe makelu specialty of Sidewalks and Drivowayp 

using the famous "Gilsjnlte," the finest 

Asphalt known for this class of work. 

Office, 200 Fifth Street, ^oungerman BlockL 

ROOFING MATERIAL FOR 
SALE AT LOWEST PRICES. 

SOLE AQENTS 



FOR "QILSONITM.*, 




I 



® fc* 



w 



© 



Tim 

he 4fce 



Westerq Wbite gpoaie go., 



DES MOINES 

"Best m aterial of the 
for M«i tume*ts."--&«ienee 



WA. 



Home Savings Bank, T! 

Cfr. ¥. Sir.h ica Lwnst, PK&lfOINK, IOWA. / . C. 

: ; r— ^T j — H~ "~~ 

li ADA ' b:es 



Adams 



■ , i ii-'i II " .'• ■ 1 ' 

TwcJitJbit, frr<f*,7,' px-SUte Treasurer. 

.TBACiioiJTj'tcfri^'^Pres't D^.$ Moines : coCo. 

Milker Cathur, Ex-Deputy (fouuty Treasurer. 



James F, 



, bds Maury, nw 



DBS MOINES (>[TY DIRECTORY. 



V.! 



t & Pilmeft 



lat Fros 
, „» u * rr ~. ,, - ., ^or e so 20th. 
ADAMS JAMES ^ Physician and Sur- 
geon, 310 The Equitable Bldg, r©3 
1713 High. ■ r 

Adams Join Q, mpveltoKnoffville, la 
Adams Joseph, 1 si pt LjverpoM & 1) M 
I Packing f Co,Tes 103!) e 6th. ! 

Adams Mis: Kittle, waiter E M Wtyj 
liamslrjms 715JCper*y. ''■.).' 

Adams Lizz C, student Highland Park! 
College! , . 't . i K j -j 

Adams Iruica * B; painter, res 1)328 14th:V 
Adams Miss Mabel); be s 1039 e'Bthi ' 
Adams Martin, brikeman CffW Jly,i 
re's 119 Locust. '■• J J 

Adams Miss; Mary, 'bdj 1030 q Gth. : | 
Adanis Mar r E, siucent Des Moines 
.Cilleg|».i -.-. li , :-;i 

Adams Maud, student Highland Park 

. college.;. ' \ : L-- ■ vf ; •! 

Adams Miss Vlay, dressmaker,! rms 71$ 

Cherry. ' • "" ■!'■ ■ ; " . '-il 

Adams Miss Minnie, bds. 143c! Grand; 

kve; J ;.'•, '! ■ ':,' ■-.:( 

Adams Mrs Minnie] ris 539 esq 2d. ' 
A.danfs R. Harry, stor emaso'n, tea' 1328 

Lyon, \| •■' . r ,* 

Adams Miss ISarah, iclk, bds 139fLocust. 
; \dams Thomas B, ^ Ids Goodwin Brick 
I Wottks, ifes 32 Goal Hill (S D,M). 
: J . Idaiiisk J h6mks H, df,rp, res 132 3 14th. 
(Adams Thomks J, ifetaan G WRy,i 
j res' 111 rl2thj. - IT Q '■ ! '"i ' 

■ ^XStffii ^udenti l,(ttVA BUSINESS 

,-. COLLEGE. " I' ' :■ f .1.- 
i Adamson Mi* s Lucy, waitress Evans' 
; Cafe, ribs 215 Chestrutr. 
MLdanjison Myrtle, student Highland 
| ParkColiegi- < [ , , " , ■ r < 
iiddick Charles, conductor, bds 523 4thL 
Addjngtob Sauuel, pointer, reiwside 
1 Penna t.ve, lstso.df Arthur. , , \ 
jAddisqn Frauds N, iconductdrl G W 
I Ryi res 312 10th. ! -I 

^t J .°. h P' 4 ner » ^ MattHevr Addy 
(o DM). ;. . j ■ 

miner, res Coal Hill 28 



M Capital, $50, 000. 

taiplBs aid Fronts, 

1 $10,001). 



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IOWA GENERAL A&ENOY. 

eCo, 

ofr Nriw yoAk. 
,EMiNG ' BROS., Managers 

,oqniB lty and JOS J a. Louu aud Trust JJldg. 

dtingerl Williaii F, rns w a Jef 
Tsop, njear C,HI&PKR(Sp M). 

Ade^mah Myrah/ineat msrket, 214* e 



ifth, res^419eG 



•and ave. 



) red| 8Jime. | 
W^Cfi THRESHER CO, 



■^ddy.Matyw, 

| (SUM)) 



pdelliiig 
1 JetTers 






! 



Iplfinger 
Jeff«rson 
(SD'M). 
lelfinger 



Rl&P 
^ug, rmfi 



re^s^w 8 
Ril(S 



_ Albert A,!n|4chinist,- 
rsoc, 4th so ofl : (p. 

Hkleltihger Alexander, 
Adelting^r. 

Frank, gaj-denek rejs w s 
4th so dl C.R Ii&IPRR 



W F 



Aditmen Skmuel^cjothingi, 306 
1^3 414 e 6th. j I | ■ 

Adci Lizzie^ domestic 1311 Hartiscjn 

-aVe.'i \ [ ' 

'Ad = y Robert D, miner, ns Jeffirson 

bit cor Franklin ave (Sevastopol). 
Adii3n Charles, labl bds Nelson House. 

Adj itant-Geieral and Acting Q M G, 

G^« forge Greene, Lbcust sw 
Adklns^ee klso Atkins. 
dkibs JohiaV P, tkv agt 
L^lelfls Co, res 1117 10th. 
idson, seeplso Atkinson. 
ason Mary E (wid Osborne), res 
t Penna ave. 
asoniMiss OrrieB, res 

. Abraham, pawpbrokif, 316 and 
1 33d Walnut, tea 625 1 3d. v [ 




Israel, second-band gds, 204 3d, K) W 



3" 

o 



o 

828 Penna fc ^ 
I 



WGRob- 



m- • " J^ rank w > 8<o Union Coa^& 
Mining (V res Jeffeisbn (S M). 
linger J A, en| tjnionl 
Wining (j)o, res j^astjib Place. 



Coal 



pW,i« 



inp3ri f jf€nl mhgr, 807 to 31 1 e 1st. 
Lgne w Elias N, conductor I M N & W 

jRy res 1433 5th. j, ': ' • , ; 

Agufder AndreW, teamster res 1103 

: i Fr< mont. ■. ] \ ; f 

heri Corneliui J,i!time ktor Capital 
Cit 7 Brick and Pipe Co, tSs 506 Hill- 

, sid e ave (S FM). if 1 T ■ 

^her|ji James, 'ndachj res 506 Hil side 

av¥(sp;M).. { ]U- f r. •- 

id Cormdius), res 

.... j ^p .-iy«» r 4 506 Hill 
r sid^ aye (S D MJ. 

Mwri Michael, movjjcl to Milwaukee, 

\i IWlBJ. •*; | . .- I j I 

Patrick) ppe man Hcse Noi 1, 
i06 Hillside dve (S D M) .i 





708 Ceriter. 

A4- aJ.„L 



TWt Si 



dt Annie, ddm jstic 1526 Wobd- 

<P'i\ i i 

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ticKn 



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Piire Nardpi ized A ir ; Best and 



Safest Anlaesthdtic 



own. 



Pfocior Coal Co., 



Miners and Dealers lobfl #T cbflL. 

coit. third And locust. 



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Secupitu loan gg fpast (Jo.. 

3/S FIFTH STREET. 

Interest • Paid • on • Deposits. 

CP1TRL HfCDj SURPLUS, $230,000 

Ahlstrand Oscaif, tailor Oscar Lofquist, 
res 648 Des Moines. 

Ahrold Barney, elk, res 110 e 9th. 

Ahrold John C, 'car insp C, It I & P Ry, 
res 637 Lyon. 

Ahrold Mary A | (will Herman), res 120 
e 9th. 

Aiken, see also Aken. 

Aiken Sarah, chambermaid Hotel Gold- 
stone. 

Aikins Thomas !W, moved to Chicago, 
III. ! 

Aikman Miss Nellie, music teacher, rms 
923 High. ! 

Ainlev Carrie, res North se cor 35th. 

AINLEY CHARLES If, Sec Merchants 
and Bankers Fire fus Co, res North 
se cor 35th. 

Ainley Frederick G, res North se cor 
35th. ; 

Ainsworth, see also Unsworlh. 

Ainsworth James S (Ainsworth & Bon- 
bright), res 6f>5 18th. j ! 

Ainsworth Leltby H, elk Ainsworth & 
Bonbright, res 810 12th. 

Ainsworth Wm W, sec State Board of 

- Railroad Commissioners, res 1310 7th. 

Ainsworth VV L, student Highland Park 
College. 

AINSWORTH & HOMUHttHT (James 
S Ainsworth, John S Bonbright), 
Agricultural implements, Heavy Ma- 
chinery and Vehicles. 207 Court ave. 

Aitchison see also Atchison. 

Aitchison, John Y, student D M Col- 
lege, bds 1713 4th. ; 

Aitenison Wm Jr, vice-pres la Firej Ins 
■ Co, res 1715 4th. | 

Akahl Abraham, wks Capital City 
Wollen Mills, res 214 e Walnut. 

AKEKS JOHN |>V, Mngr Nat Life Ins 
Co of Montpelier, Vt, 505 Younger- 
man Blk, res [1223 Lyon. (See left lop 
co?' cards). \ 

Akers Loran P elk R G Dun & Co, res 

1223 Lyon. I 
j Akers Louis H, elk A W Welday, res 
1223 Lvon. 



Akers William $, cbnd \) G W %;, rms 
1519 Locust. 

Akin, see also Aiken, 



Akin, Benjamin, student 
j College. 

Akin Isaac W, ti&v agt, 

Akl Sarah, domestic 130 



Iowa Business 

res 714 fefthl 
T Locust 



Alber Frederick J, farmer, res sw£ sec 
|14(LT). n T r 

miner, .res 13£1 Des 



ver, bdd 11 6 e Oth 
cigar mhfr, 408 e 6 



res 



711 b 6th. 
r * 1227 



A. 



6th ave. 
5126th. 



f 



i « (L T) 
Alberg Alfred, 
'! Moines. I 
Albert John, dr 
Albrecht Frank 
| res 614 Maple 
Albrecht, John, 
Albrecht Louis*,, domesti 
Albright Adam W, pain :er, res 
Albright Charles L, (ag<i 119), dted April 

I 2d 1893. I 

Albright ,11311, elk Davson Hardware 
j Co, res Center, ne cdi 26th. 
Albright Isaiah A, poi iter Holland & 
j Ne\v,1-es 2515 Center, t , 

Albright Jacob N, bkpr Iowa {Seed Co, 
j bds 1611 College ave. 
Alcott School, i3tli, sw uor Lyopi 
Alden Rev Benjamin D (Alden & Huu- 
I nel), bds 826 A 13th. 
Alden & Hun nel (Rev Benjam; n D Al- 
j den, James H.IHunriel), pubs The In- 

lE-nc) Christian Advocate* 5J9/ Mul 

b'jrry. 
4-lderman Joseph P, tra\ agt Mtf Cohen, 

rins Northwestern House. 
Aldjerman Newell F (Carter & Alder - 
j man), res 834 e 9th. 
Alderman WnJ T, machinist, Ityds In 
| dustrial Exchange blk. 
Aldine Block, 405 Court ave 
Aldredge, see Alldredgc 
Aldrich Charles, curato * HistoHdal iie- 
! partment bf iowa, res1}35 e Gi and av[e. 
Aldrich Collection (The), fcfisWical. 
i Department State House. 
ALDRICH JOHN E, Prop Dek fdoines 
] Box Works 220 2d, ros 1303 
I {See page 128.) ' 

Alery Charles W, 1 died August 
Alery Elias S, eng. res 409 Gra 
Alexander Anderson-, waiter 

House. | I 

Alexander Chirles E, horse trainer, res 
i 614 Chestriu'J i | !- i , 

Alexander Da-id E, elk, res 567 7fih. [ 
Alexander Elizabeth (|wid J^h»), re3 
I 567 7th. 
Alexander E 
16th. 
Alexander HeVmes H, itenog, 



5th. 




LITHOGRAPHERS, 
AND BLANK 



opust. 

>, 1892. 
d ave. 
Aborn 



wood P, bkpr, res 987 

bds 3610 



• • 



rttlNTElftS, BllNDEfe 

„__ BOOK MAKERS 

12Q AND 122 FOURTH HTRE$T. 




Alexander John S, 
ijes 567 7th. 

Alexander James < 
Park Cbllege. 

Alexander Mrs Ma 




212, 214 216 Second 

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^ — TF, 

ilOINESl ClTT, DIRECTORY. 



condC, RI&PRy; 

' '■' "l "P 
r, student Highland 

1 ' ■ ' ! ; ' ■ I \ 
*y< printer Farmers'! 

Tribune Co, res 1 131 -iiindfeq. | 

Alexander Morrow, hardware 1 , res 361(j| 

5th. ■ ■ " !: v 1/ '.i{ 

/U^xandel* Robert 1} "(colVJ), porter Lo| 

gan HojiseJ rms 8«L4 "Oth ave. w 
Mexauder VVm Rj printed, res ,1431^ 

landed , .. , !j ' ■ ;. f ' ' I- ) 

Alfjjrd Thomas Gf, cirriage fainter, res> 

403 Scofit. j !!■,•' j. J 

Alib'er Abraham, broom mkr Nathan! 

Aliber, res 610 De 3 Moines 
Aliber Nathan, brorim mnfr, IK) e ^VaP; 

nut, res 616 DesjMbimk. , 
Alkire Rev DJniel IJ, res 3ti2,4tjli 
Alkire Jtfin W, stuc eut Dfiake jUniver 

sity, b)iM8«H-26thi 
AHabach ^divard Vf, ins 



100 HAVE plDAfilES 

OR PAIN IJjtTflE wvi% 



7th. 
Allabach 
College^ 




St., 



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, _^ ■ J2pi WeitJFifl 

[a jLoan and Trust Bldf; , 



Wilis He1 
rijis 1813 " 



uu, st|Liden 
th. 



gt, res 1813; 



A 



m 



D M 



llabatm Miss LuAy,i st(id>nt 

College, bits -1813 7 th 
'Allan, see Allen, AlUnand Allyri 
Allbee Edith, student Highland Park 

College. • 

l^llcdek Norvij, bds. 414 '6th Ave. 
!A|lleoQkSinio,4 res}il4 6th aVe. 



Alien Alonzo M, pi 
eflt, ring 13.27 26th 

AllC p. Alva E, carp, 




Fifth Bi, 
i^ea|rjP. O, 



ivate sejo G A Jew 

■ i 

res 1157 



£7th. 

^T, rep 744 



Alldji Arthur J, cikfiTL WE 

i! 9t H "Pp ! 15 

Allen Aylmer., student Highland tark fo 3 

jCdlldge. " --.- -,"- * ) j f ,2 

FALLEN A J, special agent Th 5 Equitable fi) 

Li^e I Assurance Society o:j the U S, •: J 

res : 8]th and Center. , 

lien Bessie G,;bds 831 4th. 

lien Charles t, trav agt 
Woodland ave. 

d^r, rei 






lldnjdge padiel L, mason, res n Sen-/ 



eca ave, betttOth and 11th: 
VlLLDREDjGE [FRMCJIS JB, iGeherai 
Agent Connteeticui Mutual Ljfe Ins 
Co of HajrtfoW, Cofiii,, 20 ,to 22 Office 
Lirid 



A 

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bldg, res 142f 

cor cardi an\lpage 
Alldredge Jujjh, A,rs 
I • lege, res l42j7JLinde 

Idredge ijtfa 

iugtou. 

lebaugh Cajslius A 

rer, Cob I if 

len, see atsQlMm.and Allyn 

len Alice (wijljesks), re's, 723 8t|h. 



djeni (See Mt top 
W).\ j [ ! 
tudent IJj M Go 
en. ' •■ 1 1 \, \ , 
)bl, domestic 1608 Walsh 



uio.ved 



to 



len Miss; Adi J, student] bd«. 1&06 
Woodland avk } 'r ■ • 1 ; 



510 



WBOL 




WJ 



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Den: 



r ( NUT STREET, ' 

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|ALE AljID RETAIL 1 i 

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^ljen 



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re^ 1710 2 a 

so s pean ! 25J3 

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to ~ 



Allen Clovis U, mo 

j, ave, ^d'aof 25th. j |i • '. j 

Alleii Cora^, student IQWA 'BUSINESS 
{ j CO .UhEQE, bds 120p Woodland ave. 

kllen C E, student Highland Park'Col- 

jiMllen Elizabeth (wid Ethan)^ res 83 ll 4th. 1 1* & 
lAllen Elizabeth A (wid Cameron), bds|oK w 
^Il08sr2l2d, ■• , ■■■ • ; , : I ■ ! *2 

Ajllen Mis^Ella, student, bds 703 8th. ■ S S Z' 
Allen Miss Emma, domestic Savary S _ 3 
IjliiHou^e. 



sS 



Allen Emma J (wid EbenG),rejs 835 11th. < - 
len Ernest C. trav agt War Held, 2 a 1" 
Ho\ rell-Watfc Co, res 728 8t 1 1 . 2 S 5" 

len Elam T, eng, rds 112 13tli» ' Z g *■ 

len Flora, student Highh.hd P*,rk, a C^ 

.JCoiiRge. : ; ; , I iSr^ 

Allenl Frank, driver Carter, Slepherd; & 3 > 2 
llbo, 1 res Id 12 Lafayette. . I . [fSg 

^len Frank, painter, bds 500 6 Walnht. 1 | 3 3 
41[len Frank A, barb|er C Jf 1 Walliro- l'«© 

qarriaLe 8gg 
Walker. " || fl 



. ent tejn, res 407 Grind ave. 
AlUen Frank E, wks JjCratzer 
0, Ites 1524 $rooksj| ! 

carp; res 1417 

teamster, res 
[ayejte, 

en Frank S, painted Hartu 



Frank H, 
rank L, 



1012 La- 
ug & Ctjr- 

' fidward^ drivei Red Liie Tran$- 
b, res 522 e Graud ave. 1 

eorge A, bkpn T W Ehnny rb 



fpplip 



o 

5-13 



E. Jl 

508 Bast Lc|<pust '^treet. 




Coldeo Role (Jlottiing House 



Fine Clothiersi Hatters end Fnrnijgliers. 

D. M. JOHNSON £ SON. 
Gib Walnut felt, 



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GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

413-415 WAMUT. ! 

007J.609 E. LOCUST. 

Allen George E, trav agt NORMAN 
LICHTY MNFG ('0, bds The Kirk- 
wood. 

Allen Miss Grace G, student, mis 
Browning Cottage. 

Allen Herman H Farmer, res Witmer 

Place (Capital Park). 
Allen Jesse C, (age 50 years) died May 7, 

1893. 
Allen John, elk Lang Bros, res 1314 3d 

(Si)M.) 
Allen John, lab, res 1115 Park. 
Allen John, wks Kratzer Carriage Co, 

bds 1621 Des Moines. 
ALLEN JOHN E. Sanitary Plumber! 

Water and Gas Supplies. 408 e ( Walt 

nut, res same. {See top edge of book 

and opp classified plumbers .) I 

Allen John H, barber, 108 3d, bds 10 

same 
Allen John \V (age 40), died Nov L 

1 m. ' 

Allen John W, lab, res 1725 Ues Moines. 
Allen Jonathan B, fireman D M ,U 

Yards, res 11 2i 13th. 
Allen Julien W, lab, res Ingersol ave, 

n w cor 10th. 
Allen Miss Lottie, milliner J L Mason, 

bds 835 11th. 
Allen Miss Mabel, bds 723 8th. 
Allen Malissa, student Highland Park 
. College. • j 

Allen Miss Mamie, student Highland 
| Park College, inns 3(520 3d. ; 
i Allen Melvina (wid John), res 5tt7 e so 

4th. j J 

Allen Mildred JE (wid John J),*rms 8 

Rawson blk. \ 
Allen Miss Minnie, student C C C C, 

rms 1200 Woodland ave. 
Allen M Gilmore, Carp, bds 510 o 

Locust. 
Allen Orville, tier A C Mount Broom 

Co, res 510 e Locust. 
ALLEN OSCAR. ti, Staple and Fancy 

Groceries, 1203 High, res 120G Wood- 



Allen Philipi motorman, res 32} w so 

jGth. | 

Allen Reason, roofer J I$arri(ik & Son, 

res' 331.\vsi> 6th. , 



ir 



8 Mar 



I ... 

e Locust.i 
513 5th. 



Allen Reuben, res 705 CI irk. 

Ajllen Ripleyj j, ]physicia4> rm ^ 3 

I quardt blk 
Allien Robert!, boiler mki* D M Mnfg& 

\ Supply Cm res 833 Oak . 
Allen Miss Rtosa B, bds 51 G e Lodust. 
Allien Miss Rose, printer lows, Pphtirigj 

I Co, res 331 w so Cth. 
Ajllen Samuel O, carp, re's 516 
Alien Sarah M (wid Wm S), res ois 
Allen Silas p (Duiishee &\^\\^n), res- 

1024 Cottage Grovje ave . 
Allen S Orvplle, broom nkr, 

Locust. j I 

Allen -Thomas J, situdpijit D['atye 

•versity, Ms 1157 27th 
Allen Thomas L, eojlecto|r, re£ 1 

Moines. j 

Allen Thomas M, plumper J 

res 416 Des Moines. 
Allen Wesley, carp j res 1)120 Grajndavb 
Allen William A, moved to Lans|ing, la. 
Ajllen Wm I A, exp mat , bds 

Grand avk | 
Allen W R, student Highland Park 

I College. 1 I • T 

ALLEN'S STEAM LAUNDRY, ]< LMc 
J Crackeu, [Prop, 102-104 foth. ■'■; 

Aller James, lab, res 503 e Court ave. 



bt^s'SlG.e 

Uni- 

$ Allen, 

td av 3. 
ag,lji.| 
1.621 er 



Aller Mrs Marvt boarding, 50^ <J Court 



ave. 



land ave (see card classified grocers) 
Allen Miss Pauline, seamstress Miss 
E Kight,' bds 514th 7th. ' I 



M 



Aller Miss Mary A, nurse , 1114 loth. 
Aller Miss parahl seamstress, 11)14 10th 
Allerdice Miss Ella, student! 

C lies tn iip. I 

Alley Philip A, tlriver S 

Co, res 823 Small. 
Allgeyer Joseph, rjiis Hoi el 
.AlHn, see also Alleii. 
Allin Mildted E (wjid Joh 1 J), 

'sonl blk. j ; j j. 
Allison, see also\EUisbn 
Allison Mjss Carried seambtresk Mrs L C 

! Manning, bds 41 3 Des Iloihes 
Allison Emma, domestic 1214 ytp 
Allison Henry M (Jlriver p M 

I res 612 e f 9th. h 



rms 438 
andard Oil 
Logan. 

i 

3S Ra^l-, 



Allison Hugh B, auctioneer, 

"" Charles! 
Allisoh John, wks Capita) City [L 

! bds 518 e 1st. • 
Allison John A, d;iver (futrnjii 

; I)ds(fi2je9th. 
Allman Peter (aged 83), dieft 

: lte. 

ALLMART OLOF 
12 Seeburger bll£, res 1080 e 



P, Mereha 



:*es 



airy Co, 

92? 

xundry, 

& Co, 

Oct is, 



t Tailpr, 
th (A) j 



fles Moines Goal Mining Coj,j«p 



AND SHIPPERS |OF Tl . 

♦ Salilop ♦ GoalJ 



51 Officd 



Jlk. fp'honeftW. 




jA.ilynL sez Also Alltb and Allin. 
l A llynfMiss Cldra II, musjc teacher, 
1801 LVoi ' " ' ' 



•Altyn Elmeif, rfeal est, res 180 
iAlmblad Charles A, printer 'G 



! 



I ler, rms 215 Chestnut 
jAlmquistj. August, slioemkr 1} 
, Mnfg Co, re i. 51 8 e so;2dj 
lAIspaeli JWm Jr, jvks Capital 



Light Co, be s e 4th and Walnut 



JAllten burger Miss Emilia, bds byer 
j Walnut. \ \ < '--[>• 

Alton Jopn C, b^J 1^15 Pleasant! 
Altshuler Benjamiu^pedler, res! 8U e 
, Court aye. ^ , ! 

Alversonj Hen :y C, ins adjustdr, i*nis 
618 4th 



jAlvord, keAljtortiji 

Amarinej Ale?(an|der E, piajstprpr, 



A*ERICAlN EfR 
mtjh, ^gent,il04i;h: 



o 223 e 1st. 
(indMuehinis 



It 



mOine^ v crnf directory.! 



.jisrori-, 
A. Mil- 



Us* First iuid C 



bds' 



± Shoe I 



«3:.ty 



Itiih. 

Krkwcod. 
CI E You- 



, 1009 11 gh. , M , , 

A marline; Miss Ef lei jbds 100* 
A mbridge Wii , agtj bds Tjhe 
A mbrosd Geo fgcTHJ barber 

ker, ribs 204 pti. | ; " 
Amelung, see \lsj.Amlonq. 
A|melung Gust H lkj) D M Bnck Mnfg 

Co. res 814(rnndiave. J [I I 
Abend Miss tJurieJM, rms life 27th. 
Amend, Conrad, meat, market, 214 , 
Ilrid 4177th, :eii4j$4 Woodland aW 
■Alien I Francos M (wid Phillir), res 
1 : 1415 27th. f '(I i; T ■■ *' r 
Aiiend George C, blk Conrac 



Gas 
304 



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V.C.HtN^ 



80FT 



C<mrt Aveime. 



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LQCUST ST / 
DESflOIMtS / 



PampMets, ; ; 
Law Briefs,, 

■® Blub. 
ty Printing 

Cafcilogues, 



res 



3d 



i [res 1204 Wopcillariftjave 
Afnend George q, cond DMS 



Amend, 



;R 



R Op, 
Ms 



rms! 1415 27th. , 
A uend Jbhn, elk Conrad Am inc. 

! - 1204 Wpodlanc aVe. ' f 
A nend Miss LouWiM, rms 14 5 27th. 
A: nend Win J, bbtcher, 1 res 12 A Wood- 

! land ave. : . : - . | | | • f 

AttERIC^N tnCUIT &! MflFU (JO, 
Rodde\yigSc rnidti Factory,! WUtetL 
SchmjdtMnpr Cracker and Confec- 
i ;ionery[Mnfru,315 Court ave. f 

American 1 Coaol Carriage and Draft 
lorse Registering! Association) (The) 
Win ; T ( Smit i prisvlPhiUdS^k 
nce-pn s; JIdWrd | H Gillette, trks 
ind T mnbr5 Nathan al, J, Harm, sfec, 
>05 low ii Loa ] and Trust blqV | 

A ^F^^ D] i^ CT TELpGHAPH 

a i!0, C K Meal, Prekldentjldt 4th J 
Aioerican Educ .tiondl Aid ksktciitibn, 

■ ^fS L C Mc^JUrr^ lo«f ! ■tiAdl nlu T 



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!||mEWCaS WEk PUBLISHING CO 

(TI[E), Publishers of The American 
Idea; John Briar, Mngr, 615 Iowa 
Lo{ 4 and Trust bid]?. 

iME UCANIDEJi (THE).' Published by 
■| An erican Idea | Publishing Co, John 
K|"Bri ir, Mngr, G15 (lovra Loan and Trust 

f'j blcI ?r , - • : ' ; ' 

ykmencah Mnfgand I'evelopibgCo, T E 
| Lindley, sec, 418 lovra Loari and Trust 

:'t. hlrl r » , ' 



^MEltiCAN.SAivjlNG^.BANl John G 
* l Urn kins^res; Rufus LChsIe cashier; 
4-le xander B Elliott] asst d ishieri 500 
e, Locust. I h -: 'j 1 1 i 

p:mercan trust Co, V F Newell Pks, 
} S M [Winders Sec, 320 The Equitable 



T. Jag*.' m 

Ms co, 



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iAmesjEldaL, moYedJo St. ilouis, Mo. 
a — - (Miss Fannie J, tmu - ' ■* 

815 Clinton [ave. ,|: 
toEg | HIRAM S, 1 Triveli^ig Salesnian 
; Gradd Rapids School Furriture O'o, 
f\ Bank Furniture' Department, res 015 
V Clirton ave.j , j. i 
^mes Levi M, moyed to Sioux City, la 
^Aml oi ig, see also 4 melung. : | 
•imloiig Charles JE. c^r insp C, R t & 
/j] |P Kf, res 1505 e jCourt, ave. ' 

AmmAfasEIi S, hardware 41^: Othiave, 
f res f 20 14th. ( j I 

"^mm'(|ii8 WraH, presiriian, bd ? 920 Uth. 

fmos Mrs Annie R, bds 1084 i 5th. f [ 
mphtett John Wigenllmngr, IowaHy- 
ydroj^n Burner Co 210 4th,| res s^me. 
|MSbARY DANIEt WKAmsbiry &|0oj, 
ii res ] 924 Crocker. ' {Seepage 136. j 
itasbnry! Warren T, fclk Capital City 
■'^ Steam Laundry, bds Hotell (Joldstbne. 
A|iisbf ,ry W Burr,.01k, Ms 1924 Crocker. 
|MSBAjM t &CO(DaniilWAmsbary, G 
H LagBdale, Props Hawk^ye Shirt 
..Factor^ 122 4th, \ {Self page[l36.) 

Afldenori, * ' ' " 

Jtnderjon 



see. also Andersen. 
Adam, " 
mile se 



res Lake 



Adam, G, farmer 
a|rm,f $ mile se of Winterg^t bridge 
u.S.D'M). . . ; "i ' -\-i •• j ■ * 

Airid 3r ?pn Adolph F (Whiuery, 1 & Andor- 
h doii),resll8F; " .j f 




JtnU f^oNfe :4ii:. 



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Fine Carriages am 



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CHASE & WEST, 

F'ipnitupe, Curtains ^ Jugs. 

BEST STOCK IN THE CITY. 

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NO. 213 WEST FOURTH STREET. 

' , ■ - 

Anderson Adolph F, shoeinkr, 416' e 
6th, res 1406 Lyon. 

Anderson Albert, elk L E Donovan, bds 
1235 22d. 

Anderson Ajlbert (J A Johuson & Co), 
res 5th. nw cor Lyon. \ 

Anderson Albert, priuter, res 125 F. 

Anderson Albert, printer, bds 513 e 
Locust. 

Andersou Albert, printer, bds 310 e fjth. 

Anderson Albert, wks Kratzer Car- 
riage Co, bds Hotel Goldstone. | 

Anderson Albert A, physician, 428 e 
Locust, res 702 e 5th. 

Anderson Albert L, asst supt Metro- 
politan Life Ins Co, ^es 215 e 9th, 

Anderson Alfred, carrier P O, res 420 
e Des Moines. 

ANDERSON ALFRED, (Des Moinfes 
Plumbing Co), res 2008 Leynor (me- 
right bottom lines). 

Anderson Alfred, fireman, C G W It 
K, res 3rd e of depot (S D M). 

Anderson Amanda, wks Hotel Morgan. 

Anderson Amel, miner, res 1310 e 14th. 

Anderson Miss Amelia, dressmaker, res 
611 e 2d. 

Anderson Amil, lab, res 1310 e 14th. 

Anderson Andrew, res 810 e 5th. 

Anderson Andrew (Anderson & Berg- 
man), res 512 e 1st. j 

Anderson Andrew {Auderson & Lar- 
son), res 810 e 6th. 

Anderso'n Andrew, lab, res use Vine 
in alley w of 14th. 

Anderson Andrew, wks The Des Moines 
Shoe Mfg Co, res 1548 Lyon. 

Anderson Andrew A, watchman Bloom- 
tield Coal Co, res 123 F. I 

Anderson Andrew G, car inspl res 1544 
Lyon. [ 

Anderson Audrew S, res JU52JJ' Des 
Moines. 

Anderson Andrew J, miner Bloomde'ld 
Coal Co, res 1216 w so 1st. . ' 

Anderson Andrew P, driver L Harbaoh, 
res 215 2d. 

Anderson Andrew W, florist, 1233 23d, 
.res 1235 same. I 



AW 



& Lar- 
res 114 

Adam 



Annie, domestic 1320|e 13th. 
Anthony,, miner, res 1517 



Blopinjield 



Anderson Andrew IX (Anderson 

json ai^l Larson h Anderson), 

ie Grand ave. | 

Anderson Angus S, farmer, bds 

iGAnderson(SDM). 
Anderson Anna, domestic 840 8ti 
Anderson Anna, dsimestis 1016 0th. 
Anderson Anna, domestic 1027 Enos 

I ave. : - • J I 

Anderson Anna, domestic Louise Han- 

■> son. ; ' i ' J 

Anderson! Mrs Anna (col'd), res over 

1 201 Wajnut. > I 

^udersoni Anna O k student Hi^hlatild 

i Park Cbllege. 
Anderson Anna M,| domestic l?ty Pleas- 

i ant; 
Anderjjon 
Anderson 

! Walker 1 . 
Anderson Arnd,t, minfer 

| Coal[ C6, res 1210 Pine. 
Anderson August, dairyman, ths 1732 

i Walked. * 'I 

Anderson August, lab, :*es 1108 Buch- 

; anan. 

Anderson August A, watchman, Bloom- 
i field Cdal Co, res 123 l\ I 

Andeison. Augustus, hostler 1424 9th. 
Anderson Austin M, bqs 116 e Grand 
ave. 

ndeison Axal, queer 

FJmery'Dept Store, res 
Anderson Axel, brickl 

Lyo|n. ■ • I 

Anderson AxeH lab, bds 
Anderson Axel,\ tailpr Posner Paats 

FactorV, bds 86 e Grind ave, 
Anderson Axel F, lab, bds 1310 Pleas 

ii aut (- 

AND^RSON AJJEL J, Taxidermist, 

|i Birds and Animals Preserved and : 
j Mounted, 1528 Lyon, les same. I 
Anderson A Martin, elk August Young- 
| berg, bds 116 e Grand aye. 
Anderson Bennet, milh aright, resi 1548 
| Lypn. • . . i,| 

Anderson Bertha, domestic 423 es ljfh. 
n{lerspiji Carl, lab, res £66 e so SJd. 



1 



sware. Earns- 
1016 Lyon, 
vyer, rep l| 

615 e Lobust. 



06 



Anderso^ Carl G, movecf to Chicago 
And en 




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15th. 



son Carl T, moved to Philadel 
plda, Pa. 

nd irson Carrie, o^omesi 
Anfl 3rson Carroll F, lab 
nderson Charles, cond 
(M, res 658 e 2d. 
nderson Charles (jage([21) died 
211 bt, 1892. 
ncLersoi Charles, 



res 405 Allen. 
D M S'S R R 



driver Emii 



res 420 e Grant' ave. 



Sept 
Sten 



Rotjal Heating Co., 



CAPITOL AN) 

NACE! 



410-412J 



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SOLT10N HEATERS, ROYAL 
WATER HEATEpS. 



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pi Stivers Jj 



Anders 3n|chlarles, driver C 
\ bds 1 )18nW(}odland ave\ 

Anderson php ties, lab, res §06 o sp 6th. 

/Infers on [Cha rles A\ tratf a&t Kingman 
& Co, bds (j^ldstone Hotel 

Anderson Charles E/electmchn, res 
112 ConW^i rial) ' i 

Anders )nj Cjmrles Ej printer The la 



Anderson 



OJUJLEEi 

GRS. 



Kenls fanjisbinjj goods. 

16 Sixth (Ave.' 



5 



IEECTOEY. 



State Register, bds J22 10th* 



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Coij Sjxjth and Walnut Streets, 



;Cha rles 



Maple. 
| Andersi)n|<ph^|lej3 



G, expires. 3, :es 1108 



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^ _„_„ H, horseshoei- HacW Andersdn'Bllswort)i,; coachman, res 019 
ett&EkberA*l)dsl3i5eCouitave. 4 *f' • ,. I, I 

Anderson; Charles! J, . masoa, res 6i7f 'Anderson Ernest L, cond .) > M St R R 
Liyon II | t i i ! ; i Cj>, ritise 2^ andGrand!ive. 

1 |An^erson .Charles jl M, 'bkpr Ataheuser ^Anderson Erric GJ paper tgr, res 1419 
Busoh Brewing lAssn, res 1J>29 Des fi Buchanan. - ' | T ; 
Moinos j ! ; I •'■■•' ; j\Andersoto Esther E, res 837lbth. 

JAndersoE .Chides 0, elk Whinery & iAncJersdn Miss EWice :Gl stenoj? F 

I AndersDh, rfes 1315 e Court ave. ;>■[ Hooker, bds 7^9 Sh! - * 

j^hdersM Chafles ty, mineij, rjes w 8lAndersojnFra^,stiudent Highland Park 

1 Cnllecrfi. '■! ■ ! 




"•'QelaiVirEije ave. 2 n of Washington aVe 
jOrovfr'^Adlition). ! 
Anjersj)tji I Mips "Charlotte, , student 



lf}gh(atid Ptjrk (pollege, rnjis Mrs FA 

coil e so 



kBabb tt. 
ndersoih ChWstiai, lab, res !ne 



Hbhlandj f"aleJ 1 [* 
yndersoi jChWistiap, Wjks A 
! son, mis! I2&5 22d. 
f u^ersoiji jCh^stijae (wid Caul), 

Anderson ; Christ 



Ander- 



idbiiestc 014 7th 

Gus 'Nfcw* 



_ „. ..-istin'e,f UM «icot 

Anderson | C-AutkstJ driver 

lqi^ ir n si|422 e llbcust?. 
Ander^dii (Clara, IdoiWstic; Ms 7173d. 
Ano>jrs6ii platik jdofetic 10i7.Locust. 
^n<Jers<bii Misd Clara, Jwks tfoithwest. 
M * cL ' UJ ^ "Ddir Cb; bds 7.02 fcotjh. 

aus^llaty King &| Kennedy, 



C 



. era Suis 
Anderson 

res 4 

Anders^) ji 

Pbk Collie 
Inderal 

Cpllejjj 
Andersoi 



sc &nd 

liMon, 

Ilefc 



student Highland 
DeM student Higllla id Park 

k -irrrj D o^ldJ carp, bds Adam G 
Ande : idn (& p M) • if ] 

Anders^ (Eil^irfjab 'Bang &: Konnledy! 
Pes Moicjes. ; ' \ \ ■ . ; 

Ed vkrd,j miner, re^s(18 e aW 



u i College. 

^nderson Frank GJ lab, bds;))06 Walnut. 

ndersonFrederick^labM-ej 837 e'Oth. 

ndersonl George, painter! Holland & 

N.lw, bds292el , ;'th. 
^ndprson George W, tailor, bds 86 e 

Gi^ndave. J j I 

rsoh Gustav, lab, res' 1122 e Court 

rson Gu$tav, lab, res 8(4 e so 10th. 
srsoh Gustav, miber, ref 501 e so 2d. 
rson Gustav P , miner, j'G|s [Brown's 




Adjdition: 

rson Gustave, 



Co, res i 545 20th. 



rson Gustave, 



fo|remanM 



reman North Star 



miner Gibson coal 



les, bds Nicholas Williams.. 
jAnd rsbn Gustave A, min'er, r£s 1525 
j , W dker. . | 

knd rson G Amel, shDemkr A F Ander- 
* so , bds 1406 Lyo'n. | 

nd rson G^VictorJ tailor I F G Mor- 

ga i, res 86iGrand ave. 

nd rson Hannah, comestic 1308 Lo- 



resjl^9 
lenders© 



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Aodersnti' 
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; Anders 
Adders 

aye 
Andersdn 

051 231. 



Miss 

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Ellin, 



Miss. Ella; gaiter Mts E E 
ms|5'Tui|n p er'blk. ' r 
Ellep, ibds over, 1004 e 

J [domestic 1402 Center! 
Ellen, domestic 103)3 Enos 

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t. 



laiqer, 




rson Harman, 

idd., : -'• 

rson Miss H'attU, bds 4&0 e so 3d. 

rson Henry A, driver, res sw cor 
, .. ferson and Franklin ave (SevaSn 
to ol). • j i.f: . . Vl " 1 

/And rson Hilda, domestic 8J:8 8th 
•And rson Miss HuMah, cl c Chas E 
1 Ri ser & Bro, bds 10*3 Lyon, 
nd frson Ida, domestie 916 Hh.. 

nd f r £° n Ira W i lawyer, 214 Iowa Loan 
and Trust 31d|?, r,0s 2212 School, 
nd irson Isaa^c, movedjto Fergus Falls, 
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716 WEST IL06UST STREET, 

TELEPHONE 011, ' 




W. A. STEELE, Proprletdrj Ocs jyiolnes SoneYardJ. 

20J9 W. SOJ TiHl RP STREET, 



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ARCHITECTS. 

Fiuanoiiilly responsible. 
.Thirty-five years experience. 
References: Many hundred buildings through- 
out the middle and western states. 
•Ve are not perfect but wo p:iy for our mistakes. 

PARTIES DESIRING TO BU'LO WILL 
DO WELL TO CALL AND SEE US. 

W. R. PARSONS & SON, 

\ 805 Equitable Building. 

Anderson Jarnes, res 3407 3d.j 
Anderson James, painter Win Worrell, 
res ?th and Elm. ! 

Anderson James, student Highland 
Park College. 

Anderson James M, painter, res 812 

Elm. 
Anderson James W, lab, res 1327 Wal- 
nut. 
Anderson Miss Jennie, bds over 1004 e 

7th. 
Anderson Jennie, domestic 673 19th. 
Anderson Jesse A, lab, bds Clay ne cor 

5.th(SDM). 
Anderson John, carp, res over 1004 e 

7th. 
Anderson John, carp, res 1220 29th. 
Anderson Jbhn, eng, bds 019 Walker. 
Anderson John, farmer, res \ mile se of 

Winterset bridge (S D M). 
Auderson John, foreman D MS RRCo, 

res 2005 Leyner. 
Anderson John, janitor Grant school, 

res 951 23d. 
Auderson John, miner, res 1210 1st (S 

DM). 
Anderson John, miner, 523 e lst.- 
Anderson Johu. niiuer Bloomfield Coal 

Co, res 100 Maple. 
Anderson Johu, miner Bloomfield Coal 

Co, res 100 e 5th. 

ANDERSON JOHN, Real Estate aud 
Builder, 53 Olh'ee Building, res w s 
29th, fourth n of North (see page 126). 

Anderson John, tailor Oscar Lofquist, 
bds 427 e Court ave. 

Anderson Johu, wks J K & W H Gil- 
crest, res 1004 e 7th. 

Anderson Johu J, coud C, R I & P Ry, 
res 1220 Grand ave. 

Anderson John P (Perley & Anderson), 
res Colfax, la. 

Anderson Joseph, student Highland 
Park College. 

Anderson Joseph, wrks Kratzer Car- 
riage Co. bds 507 e so 0th. 

Andersou Josephine, domestic 1041 Gth 
ave. • 

Andersou J William, res 1107 e Gth. 



Audi 



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rson Lars R, shoerakr, 1023 Lyo 
re$ same. I 



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Anderson Lawrence, miner, res 
JHip(pDM). 

And 3rsonj Lena, domestic 1332 Gth 
Anderson Lizzie (vvid Andrew), rek 5l2 

ieUst. j l . , [ j 

And arson Miss Lola, wis C H Higp, 
bds Goldstone Jiotel. A 

Anderson Louis R, res 10$ 3 Lyon.i i 
Anderson Louvinia, domestic 815 Hig 
Anderson Lucy, domestic 1055 7th. I 
Anderson Lydia S, {domestic Thomas 
Cheshire. 

Anderson Manda, wks Hotel Morgan 
Anderson Margaret (wid Andrew)[ b<[ls 

Glf) Walker, i ; [ 

Anderson Miss Matha, printer G A Ajd 

vecate, bds ff85 7t|i 
Anderson Mary, doni^stic 528 14th. 
Anderson Miss Mary;, milliner Harris 

Ei aery Co, res 810 e 5th 
Anderson Mary (wid And rew), res 

$13 e Locust. | ' „ j 
Anderson Miss Mary E, bds 122 lOth 
Anderson lilrsMaryiJ, bds 1018 Walnil 
Ancierson Matilda, dbmes ,ic*lG05 W 



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WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEAIEES IN 

F*esh • dnld • Salt • OJat<5P • F 

310 Eighth jstri et. Telephone 3 



res 



j laid ave. j 

Ancferson May, domestic 649 16th. 
Anderson Milton, harndsH mkr M^sser 

[ & llfford, bds JHawkeye House. 
AucLerson Minnie, domest c 818 l8tji. 
Andejrson Mrs Winnie, student Hidh 

[land Park College. . ' . I |' 1 

Ancjerson Miss Nellie, bds [1125 Park.' 
Anc erson Mrs Nellie, res 358n2d.| | 
Anc erson Nelson, eng, re si 1300 e 13th. 
Anc erson Nelson, lab 1)M Soap Works, 
res 1300 Fil more 1 

nt erson Nelson, miner Maple Grove 
Mining Co, res 1427 Bujhanan. | 
uci erson Nelson, section foreman 

I 1 30 of round house (S D M). J 
Ancqrson Nettie, domestic 1204 ^Isit. 
Anc erson Ole, miner, res 1115 Bu 

i cl anan. .' 
lAnt erson Olaf, grocer, 800 LyonL r|e£ 

j 710 Peuna ave. i 

tuderson Olaf, miner, resi 507 e so 2d 
ncjerson Olaf, miner, bd3 512 e 1st. 
Anderson Olof P, jaritor Lincoln 
J School, res 1819 High. j 

Anderson Olof, P, miner, res 500 e sp 

1 3d. ; ■ i • j , 

Anderson Oscar H, plumber JanjeV 
| Laing, res 1548 Lyon. j 

Ancjerson Otto, coachman 801 Pleasant. 
Anderson Otto E, bricklyr, rest 1406 

I Ljron. ' . - ^ I ,,>j 

Ant erson Otto, shoemkr, res 1406 Lypn. 




es Moines 




m 



Electric 

I J. A. C< 

« Office and 
7 West 



$i!e 



Ij.igh t add. Electric Power. 

CfUJY, GE JERAL MAN AGE IV 

Works,' 105 Ohdstnut Street, 
I See front cover.) 



'AN 



.erso 1 
tariun 

Alnderso 
res 11 

Aiudersolii 
A nderso 



01 

.(I 



A nderdc 
A nderso 



moineJs [jom 



Peer, driver Drake Sani-J 
bus 3ame. s p j • h . , f 

Petor, en^ Wilsonj da Btieiij; 



iParkf '■■ r .;'; I J , 
Pjeter, lEb,j|r(isll25Pai-k. 



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.Peter, trackman DM 
Co; refl pijO 23d. !' : | 

f[eter J, res 183 10th. 

( Peter H, trie at ma^kejt, 507 e 
427 e Grand aye. ! 



2d, r6 

i^lndersc oj Plie'mia, j djomestijc 
Fuller|i(|a[ ! ( ' 

jRichardj 

& Henry ^Tnfg.po, 



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mattress 
be 



Poibert 

mkr : 

s 466 e 



Alnderso l 
Schmi t 
so 2d. I i - 

nderso i) Kufus S, malrbfe cutt&r D il 
Marblfej&; Mantel Go, res llSJL Maple. 

Anderson Samuel; driver Dr 1) W 
Smofue, bds 103.1 ^; 1 | 
nderson Samuel, 14b, resjw s'25th. '' 

^Anderson ^olomon,| ' lub, resjli&i Des 

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fOWAGENER* 



nmmi tif 

op new Work 



L AGENCY. 



Insurance Go. 



f LKMING BROS., Managers 

i| Itocms 10| ajnd |l02 In. Loan :fml Trust Illdjj. 



Anjler^ota Susie, domestic 1104 Lopust*. 
^nderpon ! Swain, stifdent Hfghfand 
Park College 



Anderson &ybilla Aj 
9th. 



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Lnderson Sylvester, 



dressmkr, 



driver Holland & 



dr 



iter Llippel,, bds 



ndreasLoius A, 
,, ll2.8 Chestniit. 

/ifndreas Miss Way, „ w , w „ v^ovuul. 
(Audi ews Anna, student Higiland Park 

■JjCoJlage ,J 

A, 




bds 123 



ndrews Airielle D, 
res 1144 23d. ; 



Andrews Charles E, 



so 5th 



Chestnut. 



felk Menhon Bros; 



potter, res 325 w 



res; 837 



New,. )da, Hawkfeyf, &ouse. 
Anderson '.pomas, |ii ier Prbetpr Coal 
rn ™rnear. Proctor mine. ' 

q Tillie, domestic 1804 $igh. , : 

j Anderson' Wm, stud0n : Hijghlanld JPark 

College. | ■,;.■ i ji i . ■ ■[. ; 

Anderson Wm D <; f6rimalk E jp Janes 

&<Do, res! 1219 Pre uktlj T 
Anderson Wml^E, mstyhjnist, res 1350 
Capitc 1 ave.:_. 

Andersoa tVmH. lab, jre r 

Andersoi] |VVm J (AnJerson,& Lind), 
, reslUteOth. f ' | 
•Anderson Wm P, laLrei 
I i Frank) in land Jefflrson 
'Anderso.i VVinifredf 8 
Park $ol}ege. 

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; Andrews Christopher, conductor D M 
| St R R, bds 604 e ut;h. | 

ndiews Deborah, domestic 1210 Pleas- 
ant. ; ■ -.;,] " • '■•* . I 

ndiews Dpra.l student Highland Park 
Coliegje, ' I ji . ; * 

ndrews EdwikMeisenger ^m Tel Co 
bdj604e5th ! n ' 



over sw cor 

(Sevastopol). 

;u|ient Highland 

elk | Lederer, 



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,^e 75) 



lAud^'sdh 

I Stifauj j & Co, res pi mTk! 
And^sc i & Bergman Undrew Ander^ 
| son, a igugt Bergmai); grocek 512 e 
2d. J. ■ «,'■■! ■ | r . T. •• ■ i : 

Anddrsdji .& Larson (Andrew Aridersoki, 
a Andrew jLarson), ferocera, S& e 6thV 
Andersrin & Larson fAndJijew' X Ander- 
son, CI arles O Larson )j steamship and; 
railroitl ticket agtk 407 e JLodust. i\ V 
Auddrsa & Lind f VI M J Anderson, 

tharlof J^md), groce)-sl521 e 0th, 1 
"Andreas John A, lat he\ Ms 123 Ch^t- 

nut.i . .h '|| :.'■-' T ■ . L;< 

Anldrea^^hnF.la^rles |l23 Cfiestpulj. 



IWTIK 



died Aug 



And ews Elizabeth, 
J\ 26, 1892. '., [ ' 
•Andrews Franlf M, moved to Chicago, 

iilj . ■ '' 'if 
AndJ-ews G,ilbert,> painter, r is 35th and 
Kijngman ave. ( 

•ews Harry, Cashier Capital Ci*y 
s Light Co, bda 124 e Lccust. 

ews JamesM,|jjarpent<Jr res 1452 
S'Moinesi ] •' 

ews Jane, (wiot Wm), ns e s Main 
fraatopol. j •• 

ndjtewsJosiah, Carriage rdkr, 712 Lo- 
cijk, res 1128 27th i , 
~ A -ews Lorenzo F, asst i sec State 
ard of Health, tes 834 5th. i , ; 
-ews Lucretia (wid Wfithan), bds 
, t h p of ; Kingma 1 Place. 
Andrews liulu, stucent Hicilaud Park 
n 'Hllege.i' . j- . 

ews 'iflanon, lkb, bds 35th and 
^ngmatt'fave. . i I . J. 
ud:ew(s Miss Mflttie, bdfe 35th and 

lingman ave. • •■ || 1 ' ' 

nd rew Miss Malis^ie, bds 325 w so 0th. 
ndrews Samuel, I express, res 814 
Lyon,:. \\ - ,j[ 

ndrewi Susan (wid Chaunuey B); bds 
1431 Desj Moines. J 
ndrews WmS; driver, bd 3 325 ^v so 

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COONEY & WASSOH, 



BLANK 



403 OctnitAve. Telephone 604 



BOOK MAKERS 



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Aiitkrs Cafe (The), Mackintosh & Sex- 

iauer proprs, rear of Post Office. 
Abgalr Wesley L, paperhanger Q'E 

Only I res 1812 High. 
Afopajroiia Frank, lab J If MeGorrisk, 

bds, 533 Gth ave 
Af PpilOD.T- WM, Meat Market, 211 

e VV a nut, res same. 
Ajipgpir Benjamin H, wfcs St Join & 

JBarquist, bds 533 Gth ave. . 
Apple Arthur H, carpi re;s 6]L4 e 14th. ' 
Aj)plji Beujamin, trav agt Lederer, 

Strauss & Co, res 1309 Woodland ave,- 
Apple Clark, carp, res 12 Ji, cor Doug-' 

Ias|ave. ' ., ■ i ' 

Apple Elias, carp, . res s i Easton Boul- 
evard. ' 
Appl^ Samuel H, agt, res 923 Charles. 
Appleby Edward S, con I C G W (Rjr, 

res 102 11th. [ 

Applegate Charles b, ju$ agt, res 217 

jUh(jstdut. 
AppligateMiss Hattie, 

Camp, res 832 Penna avje. | 

ApplegaceJohn M, carp, res 832 Pejnna 

■ sive. ' 
Appl^atB Lee, moved to St Louis. 
Appl6ga*t3 Lewis J, drive^ Newell Bjr^s, 

res 1340 Buchanan 
Appl&gate Nathaniel KJ driver C 



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DURING a successful and honorable 
business career of over 43 years, the 
NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., 
of Montpelier, Vermont, lias never token 
advantage of a lapsed policy holder and 
has not been surpassed in dividend earn- 
ings and payments. 

R. P. DART, State Agent, 

5Q5 YOUNQE RMAN BLOCK. 

Andrews W L, student, Highland Park 

College. 
Andrus Leroy, teamster, res over 3105 

Gth ave. 

Angier Eva, student Highland Park 
College. ( 

Angle David L, eugCG W Ry, res 204 

11th. , 

Angelbergor John P, restaurant, 224 4th, 

res 1112 Wooodland ave. 

ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWING ASSO- 
CIATION, G J Huglin Agent, s e cor 
7th and Cherry. I 

Ankeney Miss Alice, bds 1304 Center. 

Ankeney Anna II (wid W R), res w s 
Penna ave 1st u of Washington ave. 

Ankeney Harry E, mgr D M Ininseed 
Oil Werks. res 1374 e 9th (Capitol 
Park). 

Ankeney Miss Helen W, bds 1304 Center. 

ANKENEY JPSEPH A, Financial Agent 

The Equitable Life Assurance Society 

of the U S, res 1304 Center. 
Ankeney Miss Lora 1), bds 1304 Center. 
Ankeney Win R (age 08), died Feb 27th, 

1893. ! 

Ankeuy Miss Harriet, bds 920 Locust. 
Ankeny Paul, 1 wks S Green & Sons, bds 

1403 Capitol ave. 
Atikeiiy Rollin V, res 920 Locust. 
Ankeny Sarah A (wid J J?"), res 824 e 

Grand ave. 
Annan Charles H, trav agt, res t547 4th. 
Anneberg, Miss Auna, bds 106 0th ave. 
Anneberg August, baker, res 335 w so 

Gth. 
Anneberg Miss Lena, bds 10G Gth ave. . 
Anneberg Mary J, restaurant, 106 *ith 

ave, res same. 
Ansell Charles ,W, express, res. 709 e 

Locust. . 

Ausell John, mason, res 709 e liocust. 
Ansell John A, salesman YounkerBros, 

res 709 e Locust. ->•' 

Aushutz Benjamin W, printer, bds 202 

10th. 
Anshutz Rebecca (wid Christian P), 

bds 1535 High. I 



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Ailenberg M ax, printer The D M Leader, 



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ouie, trav agt, res 213 e ljOtli. 

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t>titers,| res 1016 Wood 
A pp legate Wm M, gardfc 

sec 29. I 

Arbteii John A, miner, res 1205 Pine. 
Ai buokle Rachel J (wid I'rancis M), 

jrc.iul ave 2d e of Jordan (M 

Jhurch Walnut Hill). |. 

Arbu;hnot Miss Kittie, re> 1815 Hig 
Atelier Charles A, moved to Chicjkgjo, 

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A^phir I Gabriel |T, student, IOWA 

1USINESS COLLEGE, rms 421 8th. 
Aijbher James K, eng O M Lumber 

res 1520 Locust.. 
Aifchi3r Miss Mary 1 C, p lysiciau, 11 

2th, res same 
Archer VVn S, collector L J WellsJ rje 
60 12th. | 

John R, driver, res 10 JJh 
astopol). j 

Wra, driveri Van Giijikbl 
Coil Minting Co, res Sevastopol 
AHCI.IO ICE CO, John O Meyers Prds 
VV ^V WiieSec,aud Tnas, 410 e 5th 
^1552. I l ^ 

Aij'en jerg A bram, lab, bdi 104 e Lodust. 
Ai[en 3erg Jacob, molde|r, bds 1(J4 ^ 

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[Arenberg mob 
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Ifrejuberg.P^sach, 
Grand ave. 



! Arenberg Mm Sarah, dears land tobac- 
co, £04 eStii, res I samfi.j . -'!■ 

Arenberg Si iron, j pedlar, rejj 104 e 
Locust.* . ■'.'.( 

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Arenberg jWr B, elk Hnrvey 

dell,Jes 10K) BubhanaiJ. 
Argo, Gerdo, cllf Jf W ljjodjre, res 720 
! 15th.- 



202 jIA 



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^rgo| Walter a, cjk, bds JT20 15th. 

1RISS THOA IS .(a L Ki ,hler & Go), re 1 s 
9l7 3d. (Sw fright side lines), > ' 



Armfield Edviird, 1 carp, rijris Johnson 

H'ousL i ■' J T. i 1 : p- r~ 



iEAD! LETj OTHERS FOLLOW! 



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Pkjrk Col lege J 
ifrm$trong^:6totWh E, wki Perkins & 
(Shk trigB s\de\lines)\ ' |H brinsmaidi rijis ^)Ver 215fth. 

krmMster Claries, brick mkr, res.w s if riAjtrongf. Walter S, bridge builder C 

30th, 1st so cf Hickman aye. ' i ( iq I & F Ky, bds 1308 Hai rison ave. 

Arm'bruster Emma; student, bds 35th [f rnitrong ^Vm 4, lab, bds North ne 

and ObttajgB Grove ave, j ;' coif 1st. , , 

frmbruster Fredericlf, I gardener, rcfe [if ggwrg Ly4ia, ; jdomestijr Munger's 
' w*s 30th 1s;jio of Hrckiniu £.ve. 



Armori Co AJ3d Regiment I N (f, 219 4th. 

Arn^bur Paeki ig Co,, J H Spauldint 

mngr, 6th jave s w cor Cherry. •'." 

Armbtrjong Allen I A, !wk3 f Ea"gle Iron; 

■fVforks, red 922 2M. ■ Ml- . ; ! ' 
Armstrong Andrew J, lab, res North 

n'fc cprrlstj ,, j j :" j. , .'' ■ !]. 

Armstrong Mis 3 Ann^, 'cress mkr, res 

HOSijrranq a\el| |! ! 



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Armstron 

1055 I2jt' 
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\rmstiong Isabc 11a (wid jinJes A), fm's 
1105 Grand avi' ];. i! 

C, studjent C d C Cf j 



Irnistrong John 



Armstrong Janies 

rjns i>2& High. 
Armstrong John ;"C, carp, 

Vine 



Armstrong Qharles, bds; Is or tit n e cor' 

1st. , ,-• .!• )• :, " J- 

Armstrong Curtis, student C C CO, 
« rms (23 High, j.fw ' j 

Armstrong Fra rk.j printe * Diily low; 

Capitol, rms 1508 Harjrisoifi ave, ' ' * 
Armstrlorig Hen ?-y\ J, driver! F C 

ney, bds N6rt i, nw cor !3iuf t 
Armstrong Horace, E. tinr e'r forqul 

Heating Co, rcsjl205 e lSth".' 
Armstrong Hugh! G, pirin;er 

innrTn rool.MiiT.in/liin 



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)Arr burg Wm B, dk, res 1096 Buchanan. 



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Armstr^bng Miss Vlary, jbds 14$5 e Vin4: ; 

Vine •■ I . ■ 'I' . ■■■■ U 1 

Armstrong Nathijn H, cheik ilk C, Rlli 

& P .»y, res ,13()8 Harrisoto Mve. 
Armstrong Robeijt H, studtit Highland! 

Park College. 1! ' ■ ' " ' ? 



?| r<!j3* Bloom tield township 
if rr dstb Vanoli, fruit stand) rms 218 4th. 
Arr old ^nnaE ( wid John C ), res over 
■•■ 3!!8e5th. 

An old Elizabetn P|(wid J^hn), res 511* 
i 8.<i] . ■' : ' | ; ' ' ,. r 
Art old Emma (wid Edwarc T), res 142,6 
: linden. .■ \ 

An sold Miss Emma, laundr iss Hawkeye 

h.iindry, bds WlOth.. 
f niold Emma 1 (wid John), res 100 11th 
Arnold Emma E (cord)[ djomes.tic 1539 
j Center. 
Arnold Frank, cook Hote 

s ime. 
Arjipld George F, elk Hotejl Logan, rms 

1)41 22d. 
Ai*jij(j)ld-George T, real estate, bds Logan 

Ifouse 
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5t 
Ariibld Miss Ida, "^ks IT W Henry, bds 
Aii Monroe (S DJM). 
Arhblcl Miss Ida M, printe:* Huffman & 

Miller^ bds, 614 Monroe (£- D M). 
Arnold Joel C, hropmmkr, res 614 Mon- 

'M(sdmJ. I ,• 

Arjipld Jo.ell.C Jtf, plumber, bds 614 

]IIoriroe(S D M).( I 

Arnold John H, priiiter, bds 511 3d. 
' rlhold John W, stuclent, bds over 328 

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la Print- W^ r f 1 ^^-^ arry Q student, , bds over 328 
r T 'fj d ^th. 



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ocugt, bds Gold stone Hotel. 



200 5th, res 



Arjhold Wm 'Ii, reiil estate 

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AMTiB. LEW, Dealer id Diamonds, 



and J<;welry, 502 e 



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F.WOLCOTT WEBSTER, 

SUPERIOR 

PHOTOGRAPHY, 

411i Walnut St, 

g^Sg^feJ DESMiQlHES.IOM. 

Am n berg, see Arenbcrg. 
^ | Arpy George, carp Franklin Taylor 211 
© I 10th. 
^i Arrowood Mack H, lab. res 1708 e Vine. 
a? | Art Thomas L, student Highland Park 
£; j College. 

g | Arthur Frank, gardener, res s s Eastou 
j- | Boulevard. 

! Arthur George A G. student IOWA 
u ! BUSINESS COLLEGE, bds se i sec 30. 
Arthur 'George G, farmer, res se £ sec 

20 (L T). 
Arthur Henry (col'd), shoemkr, res 211 

w so 7 th. 
Arthur Irwin, lab, res 20G w so Gth. 
Arthur Minnie, student, IOWA BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE. 
ARTHUR RICHARD C, (Loyer & -Ar- 
thur), res 1174 12th. (See card classi- 
fied painters.) 
Arthur Robert C, farmer, resse } sec 20 

(LT). I 

Arthur Victor (col'd), lab, res 422 w so 

5th. 
Arthur William, farmer, res se ± sec 30. 
Arthur Win J, student, IOWA BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE. 
Artusehewskt* Fred K, wks Capital City 

Woolen Mills, bds 420 Orchard. 
ArtiiFchewskc Gustaf, teamster, res 43() 

Orchard. 
Artuschewske Joseph, res 420 Orchard. 
Artuschewske Rudy C, cigar mkr W F 
Gabrio, bds 420 Orchard. , ' 

Arvidsqn Miss Emily A, seamstress 

John A Frey, bds 5)23 Walker. 
Arvid&m John, check elk C, R I & P 

Ry, 'res 923 Walker. 
ASBESTINE STONE WORKS, John 'A. 
Lewjs Propr, 118«8th (sety page classi- 
Jicdykbestine sto?ie mnfrs): 
Asbury Ernest, cigar mkr, bds G15e 
Grand ave. i 

Asbuifr M E Church, Capitol ave, ne 
cork 1 Gth;. j 

Ash ©avid, miuer, res lGth, 2d so of 
Hul|bell. ! . 

Ash Gfiorge T, lab, res 1011 Crocker. 

Ash %orge, T, horse trainer, bds Wel- 
eoius.'Clark. . : I 



Ash 



Jacob F, 



re? 1445 Pes Moines 



delivery elk C&NWRy,- 



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re ,3 same 

Ash John C) irooer, Forbsjt ave, nW- cor 
14 Lh, res l'4M"9t|j 



JOHN A, Taxiderm ist,3104 6th 



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!4th. 
(Wid Wm $•'), res 809 tlail- 



Wabash R Rl 
layer, lyto 549 
O, printer GA Miller, 



Ashley Albert, 

rms 413 5th. 
Ashley Charle^ J, brick 

Gtli ave! 
Ashley Ernest 

res 802 2d. | , ■, ■ 

Ashley Harry, timer VJ4 Ginkel (Opal 

Mining ]Co, (Sevastopol 
AshlGy Heurv jE, earriade mkr, 4J12 

5thL res 1352 Capitol av$. 
Ashley Henry R, printer " 



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rmk 802 2d 
Ajjrtitey Mrs Jeu| 
Ashl6y Lewis E, driver 

ICoul Mining Co, res w 

jyagtopol). 
Ashley Raymodd H, printer D Mj L^ail 

er, rms 802 2a 
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Ash Joseph C\ eqntraqto{", res 1131 
Ash Maggie 

jroidave. 
Ash Marion, lib, bds 101 L Crocker. 
Ash Miss May, student Grant So(ioo|L 

this 1120 24th. 
Ash Thomas, student Iftighland tark 

College. . J 

Ash Walter, lub, res 1011 Crocker. 
Ashburu Armand, student Drake Un 

vei-sity.'bds 1375 27th. 
Ashly Bert, student IOV^A BUSINESS 

COLLEGE.-] '• - T 

Ashly Pleasant, installment dealer, bds 

54«J Gth ave. 
Ashd own Calvin, bkpr Miller & Ber- 

nei;t, rrns 72. p > Walnut. • j 

Asher Bush, student IOWA BUSINESS 

COLLEGE. 
Ashort Wm, propr E Des (Vloiups HcWiise, 

p2t e 5th, res same 
Aiiheum Andrew, lab ]|o|wa Furnjture 

Col bds 704 Walker, 
tel ppr 



D M Leader, 

nie, resGlf e Walnut. 
Van kink 



Cental 



rms, 539 



clU Hot3l Goldstbne 1 



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Ashley Rebecc4 A, furn 
ave . 

Ashley W r alter, 

bds same 
AahUy W r hi M, brickmas(jn, res 539| 6t|n 

Asjhk y Wm H, miner, r<js ' w s Celnte^r 

JSevastopol). i 

AkhnoreWm, student Highland Park 

College. 
A-shton Henry, tinner 

;l42)6thave. , , . 

Aspworth Homor. maqh 'jThe Bartljiolo 

me|v Co, res 8|l8 Higji. 

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B. VAN BLYJOE, 

. STATU AGENT, „ 



Harpy Miller' 

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DELIVERY. 
211-213 Ninm. 



Ashworth 

shwortb 

res 818 High 
Ashwoxth 



! j\.skland Jtfrs Lottie, 

I 



Nat Cracker j Co, 



Eloeutianary Inst 

res sair e. ' j 
Askren $iary!C, prin 

1109 Pennajave. !'.«,. 
Aslosky Joseph, tailor Jacob 
* res Des| Monies sw cor 2d. 



propr Deis 
tute 623 



Alcott school, res 
Posner, 



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Theresa ([w id Leander), dress-] 
.} mkri 818 High, res s^me. ijl 

JAskewMps Mamie E t i seamstress, bds 

513 e 2c. ; 

Askland, see also Ek^ind. 
Askland Lewis, elk; 
res 623 Walnut. 



lTM^ t ti^jW i jp^! or 7^ °% r8 And 



Moines 
Walnut, 



, Asmusseii Julius, 
|, Saddled Ci; bds . 
| Asquith Bert p, stufl 
1 ,Colleg 
! ^.squith Oliver, stu 



College] , 

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A. ten i son 

? Atchison 

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arqess mlj:r D M 

10 Locust. 

ent HighlaijicJ Park 

ent Highland Park: 



i Wfn M, cjarp, res 12p Jeffer-' 

tchison. 
Janles B,! bainter, bdlj 1384 e'i 



See afso 'AzLwnsvn. i •. 
Charges, eirp', res 205 e'14th. 
James' BJ Daintfer. bdn •■larti « 



719 l^th. ! 
A.tchisbu 

el2th. 
iATCHIS 



Margaret 



son ^larquriner A F 
is}, res 1001 17th. 



Price. 




fOBRTHST. ' 4|B.yALNDTST. 



, (Atkinson 



■'•2iyt. 



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401 Locust] 
Atchley Miss 



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j 13th. 
j Atchley 
j 13th. 

! JAfen ^ejnjaiiiu St 
Locust ' i I 



Etta, 



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Vera on G 



Aftlierton 

lege 
Atherton 
Athey Dlelbelrt 

Des Moineu. 
Athletic Park, w s 



es 1084 



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A & SjANTJl FE R. 
ood General Agent, 



)ds 1050 13th. 

, painter, (res' 105( 



, paintjer, xis 105( 
student, jikJs 130^ 
DMCol- 



Chpster H, student 

■ : ''■' ' ' '■[■■' 
Williamjlab, res 60G 

11 --" R, millwright,' 



tl mscm .Mary 
renM ave. 

tkinsbn Peter, 

mihe 533e.8o$ 

[Atl; ns>n Sue. (Wid 
d $teth w of 35th. 

Atlf nsi n Wilbeit, finisher 
j ^irt :|qi Lumber abd.Mnfg 



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fe (.wid O shorn), 828 



miner Ejureka Coal 
1; 

Thaddeis), bdsn 

Getchell & 
Co, res 862 



Bros), res 



Mtk jiscjn Wm JE, saiesmaJn Younkei 
Hi Bros, res 1178 8th. 

>'Atk| isc n Wm R (Atkinson 

955 mh, ' ' 1 .-; ■ 

tlantici Eouse, Mrs Ellen Dwyer propr 
Ill2pe7th: • | ■ - 1 

iAttcrborry Edward, student Drake Uni- 
( vcrfttk bds 11 86 24th. 
lAtflig Adam G, tailor,. res 439 e so 9th. 
Attinorcj Elijah | W, plasterer, res 212 
\\ Des Moines, j 

Attorney General's lOffictj, John Y 
1 Stone Attorney General, State House. 
Atvfill Mjss Bjeth A, cashier Read & 
I Travehsy, bfl's 1440 8th. I 



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e so 9th.' 

bds 18 



lunner 



-,.,--. 7tn, lsfc'sobf Elm. : 
Atkins, s w a ^oj Achnns. 
Atkins CiletjB, ret 1. 1044 6th afe. 
Atkinson, selalso kdkimtn. 
Atkinson BrisJfWfn R anc.,Ma 
A), commiision; :|l 8 Court, ay 
Atkinsbn C|trie, dc mestic 192gkfrockerw 
Atkinsbn CHiiaE, physician! IW 27th'i? 
re8'8airie.!j M -i.i ■/ • ^ 

Atkinson Edward, elk Younker Bro&v 
reg W e-.ptH.I ; , 1 ^ 

iaret;, student Drake 
19th. 



Atv ill Mias Ckne L. clerk Read & 
, Ttaversy, bds 1446 8th. ] 
At^ill tyliss Lizzie eashifer Read &' 
fj' Traversy, bds 1440 8th. i 

-''* Atwopd "Alfred' T, genl lagL Equitable 
j Life Iris CO: of Iowa, res 142810th. 
Atv^od jCarrae jE, 1 studen , Highland 

P xrk College. ' 
Atz in •Charles jB, studerit, Hijrhlarid 

PirkCDlIe^e. | 
^ubert M>ra f ldobiestic 1308 9th. 

u 1 »ert Miss Ellie, .bds 729 ; Jd . 

ujurn Charles IW, carp, r.;sllll e9th. 

u >urn Heights Land Co, C H Ga 



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ROYALteqN MfficUAL LliSMTOi^E 3oMPAk| 



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p 'es; W m 'Jio^ren, sec; 524 Locust 

Augustine Flank, cigar! njkr J R Co- 
h m, ires 1719 Des Moines 

^uj;ustind M|ss^labet,8tud|ent, bds 104d 

a Jol^n, lib, 



res over 713 Plum 



W Iowa flfToFds the Beet. 



mann Anflrdw, lab Van 
abd AliMngCb, (S^yastojiol). 



Ginkel Coal 



TONTINE E MDt>WMENTan<iLIFE 
POLICIES AT STANDARD RATES 

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Eveiiy] Tontine policy issued by the Equiti'.ile 
Society;' twenty years a«o, whose Tontine peikil 
expires in 1893, has a present cash surrender value, 

(l v *, GREATER THAN ' 

T^ SUM OF THE PREMIUMS PAID. 

XjS^- 'S. iDTTRSTISSTS, Manager, 

f'XJUITABLE BLDO.. J)ES MOINES, IA. 

Auhfijbiti George W, draughtsman 

Ea'fle Iron Wks, res 1)04 e 6th. 
Aul^ajnu Loreuz, supt Eagle Iron Wks, 

re JlG e5th. < ■ ; 

Aulujwnn Win (Aulniaun .& Schuster), 

respjl4 Elm. 
AUL^NN '& SCHUSTER (Wm Aul- 

ma t i, J B Schuster) Agents Phoiuix 

Bav eery, 208 Elm. 
Ault Jarry, moved to Bondurant, Ha. 
AULHHAX, MILLER & CO, I D Brewer 

Mrj|r 401-403 e Walnut. 'I 

An rawer Rev Jacob, res 1305 ;Des 

Mofees. 
Austin Arlington W, moved to Chicago. 
Austin 1 Charles, fireman D M Brick 

Miw Co res 30th, so of Grand ave. 
Austfg Edward C, student Highland 

Pail College. 
Austijf Kate (wid Lewis), res 1450 Lyon. 
AustS Lewis, porter Younker Bros, res 

10«4th. 
Austp-Christiue, domestic 1406 Locust. ; 
Austfjr Sophia domestic 1406 Locust. 
Aust§mg John, lab res 641 e 2d. ,. j 
AVJ$|iNCHE .(THE) (weekly), A, S.i 

Iflfchett, Editor and Mngr, 315 la Loan, 
E$Trust bldg. i 

AW \ANCHE PUBLISHING CO (THE), 

rVyJishersi The Avalanch'e,315laLoan 

anl Trust bldg. 
A valine Frank 11, brakeman, mis' 42() ; 

8th. 
Averill Miss Jennie, elk State Ins Co, 

bds 1013 01st. ! 



t M C Staves, res 1115 



Alvejrill Lou, a^ 
24 th 

Averill Thefon [e, res lib 24th, 
\verili .Thoma:} M, friit, grovver, res 

3Cth cor Kingman ave 
Alveiry Fannie (wid George S), i*es 1225 

9t|h. 

Co, Jl B 



AVery Planter 

mngr, E M Y oorn ^ es 

w so 2d 
Avery Wm 



Bartholomew 
asst mngr, 121 



Electric 



Light 



, > wks 
Works, bds 1225 9th. 
Avds Wm H. student IO&VA BUSINESS 
COLLEGE. 

A,xrilburg Andrew, mine r Maplo Crroye 

| Mining Co, ^res Eastjon Place. 
Axtbll Frank, student flighland Park 
■jCtlleire. 
Aixtpll Harry, student 

COLLEGE. 
Ajyei's, see also Ayres. 
A|yers Buenos, oonfecjfiojier, 200 

Ice on, res 215 same. 
AJyers Giovanna K, millet*, res 510 e 5th. 
Ayers Miss Lillie, stenog 

bds>510 e 5th. 
AYLESWORTH BARTON 0, Pijes and 

Prof of Meutjal and floral Science, 



Place, 
lighla 

IOlWA BUSINESS 

e )Rac- 



Dbke University, rks : 173 27th. 



13 



Babb Alexander, farmer,' bds Robert 

Stelle. ( ; 

Babb Wm, '.gardeuer, res sw i sec 17 

(DM). 
Babbitt Fannie F (wid Arthur W), res 

Brattleboro ave, s e cor 29th. 
Babbitt Fidelia A (wid Stephen), res w 

s 2d, nr New York ave. 
Babbitt Miss Frankie E, bds Mrs F A, 

Babbitt. 




w 



M, hea 



th offi- 

i 

iom 



101921st. 
9 21st. 



Aylesworth Chaucellor 

cer, res 712 e 7th. 
Aylvard W CJiaiies, student, 

BUSINESS COLLEGE 

Avris, see also Ayers. 

Ayr 3s Miss Augusta 1 , bds 
Ayr 3S Edward C, bds 101 
Ayr3S George If, icarrieif P O, i|es 1619 

G -and ave 
AyrisJay, movbd to KahsasCitk Moj 

AYKES ORLANDO IL President [State 
[Insurance CoJ res lOlr 



bossed line j'r mil cover, 
sijed insurance.) 

A-Jtis Wm S, student, b 
Ayrfs, see Earns. 



Bibiitit'MissHe 



cctr 29th. 



21st. iSeeem^ 



and p 
Is 1009 



e das- 



st 



en, 'bds Brattleboro ave 



Baboopk Charles E, pres The D 

tot | Wall Plbter |& Mnfg 

Omaha, Neb. I 
Bibcock Miss Clara JJ, student 

High School, bds 1013:55th. 
Babcock Fred, receiver 1|J S lan^ 

[es 1|527 Linden. 
Babcock John J carp, rcis 1013 i 



M Sili- 
Co, re|s 



CAPITAii CITif NUiRSERIES 

JO. L. WATRdUii. 
COB.! SIXTH AXD M1JJ-BEBBY. 



WDM 
oflic 
5th. 



SOLID, SAFE 

and Successful. 




(wid 



Joseph >,» rms 



it i . 

dhead, Norton, 



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res!&36 4th. 



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Babcdck Mary B 

j 1605 Linden. ; 

lUbioi WmJ packer R< 

| Lathrop Co. rins 210 8th. 

Bache Edward, sti duntj ;Dr 

| rms 605 Walnut;. , 

Bacheloit Miss Bertha M, milLiEer, bds 

j 1221 Center. ", . , i 

Bachelor Jarries, circulator :> Ipvfql Odd 

! Fellow, res 1221 Jenter. 

tachfelor Jiidsoa E c k, tods 12^1 Renter. 

1\ achki Edjward, t ik 549 Gth a\ ; 

Bachinan Adam, qljc Cparle's|R|fecker, 



>i. 



it acWiaii CJha^es 
r Center 

"'" HJ 



.cjiman John 



acji) 
Co; 



bdsl 



Haehtaan Misii 



Jackson, 
il£achTodt ; 

cnool, ijes s^rad. 
iWeliteli N.issT 1, ll 



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ifcser & 
tatell E 
J chanau. 
Bachtell 



Bro, 
lwln 



J deeds, bus 
Jachtell Wm 



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ewislnvjestitient Co. 

51G J. FIFTH ,ST. 






trav agtl re|s 1^19 



Cec ter 
Si sie 
9^1 4th. 



mgr Wester: rYeasJ; 
G; stejiiogi J A 



Bel e A,: milliner Chas E 
b'f s <Ji9 Buchanan. 
iLphptog, btis 1)19 Bu- 

i M,| elk recorder of 
Sfth. : i ; ■ .{ 



2128 



PflijD, ; ?15d f 0D0. 



1 

? . , . _ 

fcAiJ esIt^e:{ ljoaHis and 

MUMIGIPAU pONpS. 



actin Mary L, (Wijl [Samuel R), moved 



to 



pUsburg, Penm 



k'm |R/ r|is 919 Buchanan 1 . '■' 
)hrij rei 508 e so Sth. ! 
ieiry.fliklpr tf f]& VV H Gi 



Jjbsep 

M 

iiackfeit J 
iackman t *v,Mij, 

crest, rekl^08 e 7tli 
iacknian JohjQ, \vks|J K & W 

crest, rep 1308 e 7t Ei. 
iack.man Juih s, tipper, res i3( 
iaekstrorii August, lab] res 52j4 6 so 4th.) 

ackstront Clajfisjlab, res SO^jMjaiiryJ I 
liackstronjt M 

Coal & 



tan c, 



Gil- 
H Gil-' 
8e7th 



aeon Mary S (wW Djavid), res e s 15th, 
s,w cor Shaw. j j 

t ( act n Rebecca £. (wid ,Wm H), rms 1511 

!].Miooi. ..;' . , | ■ •' . V , 

cub, see qI?o Backus and Marcus. 

aciis, Arthjur E, printer la. Printing 

.Cojresl059.'Cebtei ' I 
, r ad$Iey Henry, tarin'er, res jv s Center 
i\ (Sevastopol). ; 

leader John, lab Prouty-Bqwler Soap 
il Coj re's 610 e so 12th. 

j^adger Edwin L, wks D M Pbttery wks, 
, refi 618 e' Locust. 




adger. Emma (jvidjiEsseryj, boarding, 
618 e Locust. |l I ; 

jkad&erWmW, student Highland Park 
|T College. J ? ' : 

jBadj^ley Hanforfl S, lab, r£s cor 19th 
rj anjd Brooks. | j ' 

I Baer Robert B, student Hig lland Park 
* College ' ' 



■miner •"Jjldomfieldl! 



rt ave. ( 
'ackingf 



Coal & Mining CoJ ; rqs 804 Ma\ity. 
iackstronj h\f fHldfer ALtEM'S LAUN^ 

■ l)RY,bJ« 806 Mauily .■•■'; I T 
Bbcksh'om| Jo'hn, repOf Ma^uiy : 
backus,, see aho Vacus (indBarfys. 
Jackus Miss fhailotte C, nurse Cottage" 

Hospital, bjls'ii. mi. , -; • ! ' 

ackus Miss totta, eopk Baird & 
. Dietrich, b Is 709 Walnuf: j T ' 
Jack well l-V^m- m re^s 526 e Qoiir 
iacon Albert E, labLl'DMEi 
»'l' C^reshoifesbJOffl. ! ' j 
Jacb^n Charlfes, liiiiber, rerwise 16th 

1st n of C, i & i(J R R. 

aconEljahip,resj(llll0|h. , 

iacqn Gfeordte, lub, bdsedlS 6owbor ; 
Shaw. 1 s ; I , j. 

liacon Gelorgl S, ' )ropr Belknap Art Co, 

,621 Walpud ren 1503 Hig \< j 
imcon Irk Mjcor d C N W iy, .res 323 ei 
filth, j j ! i -■ r . J 

Bhion Miss Hate, student (Jallahan Col 
lege, rijis l}ll Jflth. 



■M 



CeorceJA. MiM 



White Bronze 
2d 



ril uouege. : j 

U3ag? Arthur G. foreman Western 



Co, res e s 



so of Proctoji* C<j>al Mind (S D M). 
" f ri[it grovyer, res ! e s 
avle school 



Park ave, 



j]3ag? Charles P, 

P£,rk ave, 1st b of Park 
, hduse (S p M)J ■ \ . 

Bagg Miss.Farnierj, dlfc NORMAN 

LICHTY MNF& CO, bds 3^0 8th,, 
Bagg Francis, rekj 320 8tlj. i 
la'gfe' Frank! P, carp J res e s J>ark ave 3d 
sof of Proctor cpajtnine (S I) M). 
* Harry, wksS Duplex Typewriter 
; res 1019 Milb^rry." 
„j-.Mi88 Hatti6,lbc)s e s of Park .ave 
■ If n of Park aN. school /SD M). f 
'ac^Miss Jpnni^, dressmkr, 320 8th| res 
toe:* " ;■ ', 'ii 

Miss Mary, re$ 320 8t 




agk' Miss Nell 




n of Park aye school (S 



e, 



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bds, e p Park ave 

A ^'°DM)J r 
tal Oil Co, 



obert H, (driver Crys^l 
r^s^320 8th. 
Badge JohnR, sjtudfmt D Ht College. 
Ja^hdasarian Mihran, jstujdent Drake 
niversity, rms 1157 ^8thj 



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S0J' FOURTH AT.J PES MOINES, IOWA. 



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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

East jfourtji and Gourt M, 

"telephone 410. j. 



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Life Insurance Company 

of HARTFORD, CONN. 

Full information will be cheerfully furnished by 
F. B. ALLDREDGE, Gen'l Agent, 
ELLIOT S. MILLER, District Sup't, 

2o, 2i. 22 Office Block, DES MOINES, IOWA. 

Bagley Alpha N, wks Merritt & Bush, 

bds*1212 21st. 
Bagley David N, mason, res 1212 21st. 
Bagley George L, physician, 335 «e 5th, 

res same. ; 

Bagley Miss Mary B, bds 1212 21st. 
Bagley Sylvester, lab, res Brooks, n\v 
^or e 19th. 

Bagley Thomas, lab, res 607 e 1st. 
Bagley Win, earp, res Ml 6th ave. 
Bagno Ancelo, labC,UI& Pity, res 1011 

Walnut. 
Bahler Carolina,' rnis s s Pleasant, 2d 

e of Main, (Sevastopol). 
Bahler George, lab, res s s Pleasant, 2d 

e of Main- (Sevastopol). 
Bahler Wm, lab Van Ginkel & M 

Co, rms s s Pleasant, 2d e of Main, 

■ (Sevastopol). 

Bailey, .sec also Baily. J \ j 

Bailey Miss Bertha, teacher, bds 1400 e 
Walnut. j 

Bailey Burton, student Highland Park 
College.- ! | 

Bailey Charles M, elk State Auditor's 
OOiee. State House. 

Bailey Emma M, (wid Dina It), res 827 
4th. 

Bailey Ernest, much Eagle Iron Works 
res 1753 Lyon. 

Bailey Miss FlavillaV. teacher, bds 1430 
e 9th. 

Bailey Henry S, teamster, res 3700 4th. 

Bailey John, contractor, res 1 1400 e 
Walnut. 

Bailey John E, carp, res 1419 Capitol 
ave. 

Bailey Joseph W, driver Ware's Trans- 
fer Line, res 1214 Mulberry! 

Bailev Lewis, student IOWA BUSINESS 
COLLEGE. ! 

Bailey Miss Mary E, tailoress Gillett 
Tailoring Uo, bds 1)41 15th. j 

Bailey Miss Minnie, bds 1400 e Walnut. 

Bailey Robert M, student Drake Uni- 
versity, rms 1111 27th. [ 

Bailey Roy E, stiulent,-IOWA BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE, bds 533 6th ave. 

Bailey K W, student IOWA BUSINESS 
COLLEGE 



Bailey Susan 
piiley Wm K 



Bailey Silas, ins agt, res 1131 2 




BAI 



R, bds 827 4th. 

, frav agt, rms $J7 5th. 



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V 



Bailor Miss Lizzie, stuieut 

rms 502 3d. 
Baily, see also Bailey. 

(Baily Miss Ff.nny H, tehcher Lkke Park 

School, bds 19j>3 7th. i 

Baily Harriet (p (wi)l (Presley 

1903 7th,. 
iiaily Louisa H 

17th, 1893. 

BAILY WM H, Lawy 

Blk, res 18f0 6th ave 
l&in Arthur 
i|U00 Buch*,_„_. 
Bain Harry If, elk State 

House. 

G, detect'ije, res fllOO Bu 



>3 7th. 
(wii 

(ag4 



G), res 
[ 
14), died April 

er 81-&3 Clapp 



elk Nat (jJraeker 
an 



Bain James 

I chanau. 

Bain Peter }<], carp Drjike, Sat^itariijm, 

bds same. 
Baird Andrew J (col' 



10 ri Woodffand ave. 
Bairdj A C W (Baird 
1413 Buchanan; 



Baird 



Byron D, lab, res 
'Francos, s 



ejnOg 



bds 110; 



Bairdj Miss 

; High. . . |, 

Baird Frank Y, elk Robert J. Baird, 
rms; 512 12th. 



Co, bds 
Geologist, State 



,1), waiter, rms 
& Stewart), [res 
40^: School 



iture and 

141 



Baird John & Co, stone contractors, e 

; 4tli[and Grand ave. 

Baird Mathdw It, elk Bpird '■& Stejwa^rt, 

res |1413 Buchanan i 
Baird Miss May L, sten[)g J M Dojig^as, 
i rms Meek blk. , 
Baird: M Robinson, fun 

wkre^ 632 e Grand ajve, res 

chanan. 
Baiifd Miss P. loebq E, nu :se Tra,cyH6me. 



bds same. 

Baiikl Roberft J, grocer 
! rms| 512 12th. 

BAIRDR015ERT W,(B 

j resl535Woodlandav( 



Baird Soph 

: High. 



onia (wid 



1124 G; -and ave, 

iird&[Dietriqh), 

, [Seepage 120.) 



DRAKE & BUBSEI1LE, 

Grave and Ffl 



UVuiiikca sp 
ii^iii^' the :' 
' Asph: It 



■ciiilty of Sidev 
anions "(J'lLs* 
known for t hi 



Office, £00 Fifth Street, 

ROOFING 
! SAL E AT LOWESfT 

SOLE AGENTS 



Western White Bronze Go. 



DES 

% tor 



Best Material 
Monument h 



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hard- 
3 Bu- 



3noch), 



res 



ll02 




Yonngerman Block. 

MATERIAL FOR 
PRICES. 

"QlLsONITE. 1 



FOR 



MOINE'SIOWA. 



f. 

jf the Age 
"—Science. 



Jome Savings Bank, 

'fyr. E. Sixth widLocuk, DE3MOIK5S,' IOWA. A. Cj 



i 




H. Ij. TpAcaoiji , Vict 

MiLLEBil Qaski^r, 

..fi 



PES 



E\lli [CH (go 

L And Wm P I 



AIM) & »I 

Miss Ida M T ..~ ,. — n - r — j;. ; — , 

ersfand Cohfec tjioners, 1709 Yfalnut, i 

$pdgel%6.)\ I ' '!■ ,, . ' . ; 



bert -Wl Baird, 
DJdtricl), Bak- 



hardware, 



aird & Steward (A; G W tfairtl, E A 
Stevart, ,iuru:turp knd ' ' 
632eGran£avt. j j 

Ifckeij Abner' (coTd)J janitqr Hlurjbut, 
res 11^8 8feh. I \- 

B 



(Sdtpdge 

kyar 

urn 
e Gran'fi av6 
»p 

Ward &~do, 

aker" Abrar. ajn If, opr W UJ Tel- Co, res' 
1502 Liude u 

tiaker ArJrahum L, j cjk Continental 
! Clothing Eojise, bels 316 'e 5th 
Baker Adatai (Yeager &;Baker), res J324| 
j e Grand avej. ! _ > "j I. .' . ; ! ; 
Baker! Miss Addia bds 150^ Lind an, | i j 
Bake!) Alva B, opr W jU Tel Co, bds, 
i! 1502Liri<ieh. ,-']. i.v,' 
aker Amos C, ca rp, if ofc 1417 Ma pie. ; 
aker Andrew J, rripvfed ! t;o Ticoma, 
Wash, v ','.■■ I | *' .'; ; ' , r . !; ' 
Baker Block, e 6t i, se cpf Locust. '. 
aker Bertla, spident 'Highland Park 
College. ' ' : ! 'I ■ j' ' 
..aker Charles El trav akt, Ires 1231 23d. 
3 AKER {CH.UUl.1SS jH," Secretary and: 
1 Manager Odi IE ellows Annuity Assn, 

res838|l9th. I ■ ■ ; ;-[\ [■ 
Maker Charl )s W (Drj W!m Bake* & Co), - 

bdsTheSiviiify. 
aker Clauc M, elk Utica 
House, bdj '1854 Peana ave. 
aker gay don I L,. supt Kraltzejr 4 Car-; 
riage^Cfo, ijesj 107 9th. ■ I :. 

e* 1402 eGrapdave 



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■easurer 



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Des* 
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* Paid Capital, $50, 000. 
ice co. surplus and Profits, 

My.^asuj-er. $10,f)0O. 



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the- bes 

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Kooijis 101 and M la. Ipar am ( Trust Eldg. 

1 — P 1 — ■ i — 7 

iss Grade O, teichpr, res' 733 



aker Conrad, 
aker Daniel 
Lathrop Co, 
aker Dr W n 



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CJOMPA^dg NiiW YORK has 

>r many years bee l acknowledged 

;t corhpaiy for th; insured; and 

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uperiority over 



Bakor Joseph 
11 bds 733 ,19th: 
j Bakisr Leoparc' 



elk Redhead '^rorton^ 
ej5lle 14th'.! ' 

_ - & Co,[(CharlQS W |and E 
W Baker) 1 ilrbg;is i ti,s 2^2 Court aie. '■ 
Maker Edwa-d It utcjier, 5Q3 <e so 7th, 

res 004 same , ! , | i . ' 

Baker EdwaW I, fireman DMU ;Ry 
Co, rrris 15)^ Linden. j| 

Baker EM, r 3 ^dmt IOWA BUiSINESS' 
COLLEGE J ' . j i i v< • 

Bake(|Edwi4 H, carrier P O, Ws 1304 

e.iathl.-; | T ■!■ ■ 

bds 2703 UryJKersity 



flaker|'Bfis^.!EUa 
ave. i 




DrWm Baker 



Bakflli 

Bakir Hlarry M, ; elk Northwestern Live 
stock Ins Co; res l£]Ll BeslMoines. 

Bakur Hiram, res 132() e :.3tli. 
akur Miss Ida M, stieno^; Nut Building 
'<& Lpah Asgn bds 1313 Dei Moines. 

akor IrvinpJ driver CapitaKCity 
St?am Laundr^.Co, re£ 603 e 9th. 

^ajcisr John, la ), res : 1139 16th. 

* : BabT.Jonn,stjd'eiitioVf r A BUSINESS 

[■: Ct'LLEGE. ■ | "- 7 i ' " ' 
f Bakor^John B f janitor Croc ker school, 
rei 1111 8th. ] \ 

W, civil .jngJ'City Hall, 

, K x mach Du 

wi iter Co, rds 1 3^3 c 9t i. 
3ak<irMiss Lizzie, st^udint JD 
bds 1317 14^h. ,-Sfi I | 
/Bak<ir MissLora, student Highland Park 
^JCcIlege. ' , I V 

:3ak<ir Sliss Lulu, studeit prake Uni- 
|; versity, rbsll0p|26th. I 'j 
»3ak<ir Mrs Lulujbds 1400 Biichanau. 
Bakdr Mark M, ins agt, res 1113 e Wal- 
rm^ ■:■;.■ n .A- ]■ J ! 
ak(T M417 (tvidE ,D),res 1502 Linden, 
aktr Mary E, student I) MJCollege. 
tjBabir Miherva P, domestic 1D36 6th ave. 
■BakcirMdrvaA N(IN Baker Co), res 
* 'I 2703 University- ave. ! 
ak^r Myer, labj re|sj632 Maile. 



J)lex Type- 
M College, 



& Co), 



r cher, bds 6Q4 eW7th. 
L, bk bitid^r, bjls 1323 



liakerMrsE^ 
bds the bavery 
Baker JK|pank, "bu 
Baker Frederick 
i 1 e )th.j J ' 

Ifekur George it-ma'ch! Duplex Type 

waiter! Co,>es 1320 e"13th. , . ' | 
BLak ir.Georgte R moved to ! Wiolterset, 

Bakur Georgb W, treas la Savings and 
1 Lean Association, res. 1354' Penna ave. 



EDWARDS 



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aker Myron 
avj sow cor 
akerM N & 
produce 306 
aker lielson 
ret same, 
aker Nichol 
ake r Oscar 
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ate! 



bd j Vermont; 



Co (Morvan N Baker), 

Walnlt. 

A, physician, ] 424 Maple, 

s fcj, bds 5f^ e 14th 
arriier, reske I sec 18 



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(wid Louis) P), res 712 



iBaker Rebedci 

^ e ekh. |: 

> Bake r Samuel W ~ res 132! 
Baker Mrs Selina.fres 1313( Dps Moines. 
;'Baker Walteij Jl/ d)k, bds -(Thomas S 
ii( Jones,' 



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& SON.tPnreifai^ccltized 

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Security Loan $ Wost Co., 

313 FIFTH STREET. ! 

Interest -Paid -on -Deposits. 

CAPITAL »P SURPLUS J^OO. 

Baker Ward E, elk L E Donovan, bds 
1354 Peiina ave. 

Baker Webster L, trav agt, res) 1420 
11th. '' 

Baker William, bds 13^8 e !)th. 

Baker Wm. bkpr Blue Line Transfer 
Co, bds Graefe House. t 

Baker Wm G, printer, bds Graefe 
House. 

Baker Wm H, supt' la Loan and Trust 
Co Bldg, res .1333 e Grand ave. ; 

Baker Wm L, Porter D M U Ry, res 
201 Walnut. 

Bakke Edward M, student IOWA BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE, mis 005 Walnut. 

Baldwin Cassius M, pho.tog, res 1016 e 
. Oth. 

Baldwin Clarence ,E, artist 007 The Eq- 
uitable bldg, rms same. 

Baldwin ■ Edward, student Highland 
Park College. 

Baldwin Fralik A, grocer, 3105 Oth aye, 
res 3107 same. r i 

Baldwin Hat S, trav r agt Duplex Typd- 
. writer Co, res 1 1 05 OtTi ave. ( ( , 

Baldwin Harold, student Drake Univer- 
sity, bds 2410 Kingman ave. ) 

Baldwin Miss Hattie, student, bds 1.165 
Oth ave. 

Baldwin Henry, agt, rms 440 Chestnut. 

Baldwin James P, res 723 18th. 

Baldwin Miss Julia A, bds 1222 Grand 
Ave. 

Baldwin Mason H, printer la Priuling 
Co, resides 1515 Center. 

Baldwin Miss Margaret, bds 723 18th. 

Baldwin Miss Martha, bds 72318th. 

Baldwin Malinda (wid Geodge W), res 
1222 Grand ave. 

Baldwin Nellie, student Highland Park 
College. i / < 

Baldwin Miss Norma M. student Drake 
University, rnis 24 16 Kingman ave. 

Baldwin Sarah F (wid Wm B), bds 1)08 
4th. ' j 

Bale Albert, lab, res 1012 l^rooks. , j 

Bale Miss Annai ironer ALLEN'S 
STEAM LAUNDRY, bds 513 5Ui. 



Bale ManJuis, elk O, It I & P By, res 

1012 Brooks. 
Bales Cfar Coupling Co, W L Redd pres 

I Walter 8 Bales sec and mugr. 408 e 

J 5th. ' ■ f ' 

Bales Homer D, messenger The Bracl- 

i street (Jo, bds 1328 Man ave. 
Bales John L, lab D M I Ry, bds 1434 

| e Grand ave. 
Bales Walter S, sec and nngr Bales Car 

| Coupling Co, res 1434 o Grand ave. '» 
Bales Miss Jessie, bds 1328 Main ave. 



Bales John B, plasterer, 
! ave. J 
Ball Arthur M, printer 



res 132 
Cheshir 



8 Main 
^ Bros, 



rms 1520 BrooksJ 
Bali Charles W, pluijnber, r^s 1520 
i Brookk , [ ■ j ! 

Ball Cliilrch, farmer, res Brown's Addi- 
tion.,' J . i i-' ■ i | 
Ball Earlley, driver Bloonitield C &IM, 
| Co. res 500 e 7th ' j 
Ball Frank, moved to Dullas Center, la.' 
Ball George A, printer "Com nercial 
j Printing Co, bds 810 Pleasant. 
Ball Godfrey, grinder O W Mo^elberg 
[ Co, res over 511 Locust. I . « | 
pall Joseph £J, prinfer Cheshire Bros, 
rms 1520 1 Brooks. . | 
all Mary, domestic 1430 Granc} ave, 
all Win G, butcher, re* 1313 e Walnut. 
jSallantyne John C, grocer, 1203 9tli, 
j res 1028, North. ' ' j • 
Ballautjyne Will M, stident.C C Cf, 

rms 1028 North. ' 

Ballarq Charles, drivpr Blup Iji^e 



Transfer Co, res 4 lit 
[Ballard Frank B, paintt 



l. 



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14 13tljt. 
aWlll. 



Loan and Building A 



(Ballard James L, moved to Chic 
JBaliard J ,Wells, bkpr, rms 432 ! Chest- 

I nut - 1 ;■' I ' 

Ballard Margaret F I wid Wm ). res 9ltl 

J3th 
Ballarjl Walter A, (draughtsman '$ G 

Or wig & Co, res 1218 Grand ave. 
Ballara Wayland C, sac PolklCoi 



.. uty 

sn, res 5)33 16th. 
Palace, 



Ballard Wm, driver Tfrie. Coal 

rms 1426 Linden. 
IBallard WmE, elk Lowi-y W Gobde, irms 

1734 9th. 
Balliet James M, carp, ies 71G Mulbe^ry./j 
Ballietj Letson, bkpr (Chevalier ' & 

res to 10th. I ..' J 

Ballie'ti Miss Nellie, bdj 716 Mulberriy 
Ballidtj Miss Stephanns, lids 83l) 16th. j 
BALIJIET HON STEP IEN P, Judge of ^ 

Niuth Judicial District of ij>waJ res 

839I0tl|. , I . jl 

Ballou Richard, binde :• la PriiltingCo, 

res' 121 1 Woodlana ajve. 



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jlND BLANK BOOK MAKERSL ~ I 

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bds 150(3 6t 
jfallou Victo 

820t4tl). 
Ballreicb CHarles 



lfcalthis Mien '£ (wid Qeo'rgH; l:ds 1107 
, 9th; ■■ i ! . ■! . • : < . ' 

|f AliER ANDREW M (Balzer 4|Ilyan), 
res'4lq[e so 5th. 



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jE,- student C Cj C,^nis 

A,' Lawyek '!f>(J3 
rrtis 805 3d. 



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:l|Jalzflr Miss Apna 

'417 ; esb7t}i.v v . f* 

lkalzer Elizabeth (\pid Andrew A), 'bds 

417 e so 7th. j ! 

BaUer Flor an 1 (Bilzer & Sots;, bds 
' : 4lfr e so 7ili y ■;.!-.■' 5, 
Balzer Fredc rtck F (Balzer !& So as), bds 

417esb7ti. ■'( | ; H I , . 

Jialzer Har;C yfarq iCo, John Jjunnon 

liingr, 421 
•lialzer Jbhi 

1 rive, near 

DM), 
lialzer. John r 
, I .!)th|s we'olrjMjalury. 
Wizen Miss 




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l&ancrpft John (>, student IOWA BUSI- 
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Daniel L.kjrai), groQersiand 



420 d so 7t 
Halzer .& Starts (Florian, John W and 
Frederick " v ' 
Scott, 



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jF gardener,; Bio omrield 
Biqpin field coal mines' (S 

)Vj(Balzer & Sons), res e 

•|MaJiry. i- ' {. '■ 

Matilda, seamstress C D 

njr3s4l7e7ti.""-*' , -a 

RyA$tAn<jre*' M.'Balzqr^ 

bakers, 



Highland Park 



Bau« Dauidl, studbnt Highland Park 
.College., ; | ! * ' n ' 
lfane l^eontrd, student 

College.' !•* I > ' - i j'.i 
l|5aiie Waltur.i sluden^HighlatW Park 
College. i I ;- ' ""■ 
( I&antield Drughas., bids 50& Gfranc ave. 
llanghart Bernard; i lab H' Gulman & 
Co,;res,1^42,e iValnuti 




E|WHuke|r frtjs, J]W jMarlin Sec,' 



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kers Alliknce jcl California. J H 
CampbeU mmgr folr Iowa, !)24 Walnut. 
jtiAl KERS IOWA STATE feANK. Al- 
be *t Head Pres, A [ OGar|obk 1st Vice 
Pi bs, J W Reed 2d Vice Pres, V F 
N' v^ell Casiier, The Eqliitable Bidg. 

BANKERS LIFE ASSOCIATION (THE), 

EtiwardfA'.'emple Pres, A C Stilson 
Stk 200 to ill Maj-quardtlBlk. 

...janla Charleii L, lab, bds |( 

Ban bEdwarl T ,((^ol'd), jjinitor Polk 

i C(b Coutf; H itise, res 605 $th 

Banfs GeorgelJ lab J B McGorrisk,|212 

,!' 4t L .;■ 

Banl:s Marshal, labj res 1046 8th 
;Banl;s Ralph, tel opr, rms, 410 4th. 
Ban l:s Miss Sirah, bds 1040 $th. ; 
'Bknlis Win, lib, bds 1040 8tli. i 
Banks Wm J, lab, ris 215, Clay (S D M). 
Banner Publishing Co, E M Jencks 
Umngr; 323 5th. . : ■ ; 

Bkc; ling, Miss Mary, seamstress Y r oun- 
I k«jr Bros. Ms 11071 *23d. j 

'Bat lister Ma:-y S ( wid Luch s G) rea 905 
(r Lyon.:. ; .f I 

■6.&C n'oa 1 'Maria ^wM James), res 1107 

>Bn:f field, Mis| Alibi printer la Home- 
Jst tad, | res 1200 8th. i 

para kat| I^ev Muhanna E, bds 405 e po 

!r<5tli. :, vi. • , i 

Biiraldi Gatan, fruii s, res \ViW Walnut. 
Barter James W, c .rp Ldui.j Harbadh, 
:^b«lj309 9th. 
jfeiuter John 
jj he use. 
father Lee, 
;I College. 

Pnx V er Nelson E, res 1G00 ith, i 

But t er Rosank ( ag<3 85 ), die 1 May tfth, 
S 1313. j ■.. ;' 4 .. | ; j 

&itl:er Mrs Susan. M. res 10U:flth ave. 
Butt er Wm, lab Capital Git; ' Gas Li^ht 
j Co, bds East Des VIbinek fouse. j 
iBiiiher iWm, mittbr, bda East Des 
n: IV [fines House.-' ! ; 

Biiicfoft Johrjlt (Harcrbft <fc McCaug 
•bhih),rea'mrm\i. 






bds 



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08 EASte Lidsasii S'^EJEOt. 



Golden Rule Wing Hoose 



Fine Clothiers, Hatters 
I P. M. JOHNSON 
| J 017 Walnut * 



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Barcroft Joseph K, trav agt, bds 1717 
10th. 

BARCKOFT & MeCAUGHAN (John R 
Barcroft, James iM MeCaughan), Law- 
yers, 407 la Loan and Trust BUig. 

Barcus, sec also Backus and Bacus. 

Barcus Jacob H, contractor, res 1141) 
3d. 

Barcus Marcus K, wiper C N W Ry, 
bds 1425 Des Moines. 

Barcus Samuel, carp, bds 1420 Des 
Moines. 

Barcus Wm \V, teamster, res 1425 Pes. 
"Moines. ; 

BareCelia N (wid Daniel), res 110 8th. 
Bare Oscar J, fireman, res 1014 Locust. 
Bare Samuel 8, bkpr WmM Verhey & 

Co, res e s 28th 2d so oi] Grand ave. 
Bartield Callle, moved tojChicago, 111. 
BARGE LEWIS L (Day & Barge), res 

1520 e Grand ave. (See pane elassi- 



Highland Park ' ; 



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Jied Electrical Supplies. 
Bargend Miss Plnche, di^essmaker, res 

123 Des Moines. 
BargerMiss Henrietta, student, bds 1410 

Walnut. 
Barger Jacob, lab, res s s English ave 

2d e of Lake ave (Chesi erfield). 
Barger John H, lab In. Carbonated, 

Stone and Pipe Wks, rej> 1410 Walnut 
Barger M^ss Mattie, w 

City Woolen Mills, bds 
Barger Miss Mary, elk L 

1410 Walnut. i 
Barhite John H, elk, bds 
Barhite Samuel K, hardw 

res 1333 28th. 
Barickman Daisy, dom 

Beyer. 
Barickman George W, lal 

ave, 1st w of Town ave 
Bark Frederick, miner, res 012 e 10th 
Bark John, lab, bds 012 c 
Bark Otto, miner Bloomlfeld ; C & M Co, 

res 001) e 4th. 
Barker, Miss Alice, stiu 

Park College. 
Barker Alice L, student, 



iaver Capital 
1410 Walnut. 
uig Bros, bds 

1833 28th.' 
are, 1213 25th, 

istic Jackson 

, res n s Court 



e°ut Highland! 
res 1720 llth.j 



res 1005 Wa 



Barker Angeliue (wid Arnold), rats 430 j 
: I Chestnut. I i . I 

Bjarker Clara B (wid Bmdley), bdk 1319 j 
! Des Moines, h 

•ill • ■ 

Barker Elias S, lab. Collin's bricki yard, 
jbd^31Q0 0thave. 

Barker Ellen (wid Henry H), res 833 , 
[ 13th. :' ■ 

Barker Fred A, student 

! College 1 . 
Barkjer George W, carp, 

! ington. 
Barken- Guy, student D SV1 College, Mk' 7 

! 1720 11th, • ■ , 

barker John F (Barker ds Merrick), ms 

I Meek blk. ! J J 

Barker I Julia (col'd), cook MJoni pv ' 
I H<j>use, res 300 w so 7t 
Barker Miss Martha, student HijHilajnd 
' Park College. 

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Barker Maud, student 
I bds 1720 11th. 

Jarker Philander M, teamster, res 
13t>h. 



barker Miss Polena, 



bd* 018 eLi 



cust 



res i v; 



.barker Sarah E, seamstress Israel Bros, a| 
j bds 018 e Locust. f k 

iBarfcer & Merrick j (J)hn F .Barker, H 
, Frank W Merrick), pl.otog, 503 Wal- || 

; n ,fc - ' ' 'i $" 

Baijkhejimer Joseph jr agt, res, 1,030 g| 

Des Moines. i 

;Bai)khurst Lottie, bds j 12 7th. j j 

jBarlow Benjamin, carp, res82l Penna 

Barlow Henry, photogj 410 e luth K 

1^14 Capitol ave. 
1 Barlow James K» clothing, 510 e IJocujt, j 1 . 

ijes 1300 Capitol ajve. t ' \ ' j ■ ■ J 

Barlow Miss Jennie, s;enog, bds 23jl3t| 

Atkins. ' . I : r !f 

Barlow Jesse, bricjklaj er, res 2313 At-| 

If ins. j ' ; [ 'I 

Barlow John, miner, *es 18 Coal Hillt/? 

(iSDM). ' j :.| | 

Barlow Louis W r , farmer, res Easte *n 
,7 ave, so of Fair Grour ds. 
Barlow Mrs Lucy, ieanstress Mrs par- 

liman, res 2313 Atkirs. ' j j | 

Barlow Miss Nellie If teacher Bryahtf 

school, bds 1300 Capitol ave. ' | | 
Barlow Ohro J, jndved to Valeria, la. j 
Barlow Miss Ora I E % teacher Capitab 

Park school, res 130C Capitol avei | 
Birlow Robert, lab, lx s 218 2d. j i 
BjirloV Samuel, baktr S B Garton,! 

mis 523 e Locust. ' | 

irlow Win, move! to Anamosa, la. 
Bkrnard Abby (age 7(5), died Feb. 28, 

1893. ! 



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. Celebrated • 

7 Office, Rooms 50-51 



MINERS AND SHIPPERS OF THE 

Mulor.} Goal 

)iice a, Blk. 'Phone 60a. 



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Barnard 
and Trust 

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3arnard 
tage G^ojvej ^e, res 1421 

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> teacher, lids I; 421 C0n 

'! : ' .li".}.: : 

tier H, elk Sscuiity Loan; 
oJrms7p5Pfrkj ' ! 

H (McNamaraj& Barn- 

n ^ljCenter. • j !.■-,'■ i l '. 

?ee qlsd Bereiis imVfyirns. 

i graham, orakemsn I M, N &. 

7 res 7^1 e Lyon. 1; 

Barnes Alexi naerC»,"papei hanger Buck 

Bros(!o. ivs JK)3Q 17th- .: j ' 
Barnes Mrk . Lnha, pes £45 .8th;. 
Barnes Benj; niin, jjes 921 ,lthl 
Barnes JJertl .a, I domestic 1 )58j 10th. 
Barnes Byro i H, stec and treps Hawk- 
eye elks jis|n,; res 1 144830th. j • 
Barnes ,(pharfes| driver U $ Ex| Co, bds 



n 181 I0W| SOrlT GOBI 

"• )[ First and Court Avenue. 



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Barnes j] ) Alon^a, la,b Howard [E Swope" 
Barnes Freeman i carp, tyds S0i Scott.' 
Barnes p^brgei W (Barnes & lleelj, re£ 

830 10th. ; ' ! | ; ' ,.- ] 
fames' J ariei M ( wid, Wm), jres: 1030 17th 
;BarnesjJofinjK traV agt, rms '^10 Mar 

quardtbM | i'l' ■ ' './ J 

Barnes, Leiotiidas I), car inspector C, R 

1 & P K ftj. res 801 Spott.' 
Barnes Lil)b|ieJ(wia IjenjamiEJ), moved 

to Qelwcid, la. j! 
Barnes Margaret A (wid Walter), res 

845 8t!i ' ; 



Mary! teacher Jlighlan 



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Barnes Miss 

Park .< Jo le|gei bdj* 1030 17thJ 
Barnes Tho^nap Fj 

Moines. 
Barnes Walter B, 

Bros, rei|$45l8th 
Barnes William Mil butcher j rles 1384 e, 



12th v 
Barnes 
Regis 



Barnes fc Reel ((George! W Ba 



thony 
Barnett 



anche, rjiis 1031 ft. 



ernmunt 
Barnett 



carp, res 1308 Des 

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salesman Ydunker 



W t), itraV agt N atonal Cash 
erjdo. totocust 



arnett Lewis M G, mngr B"arnett 
ducp Co, res 1027 High. 

Barnett Louis J (Bibbins & Barnettj), res 

1.027 High. ' f- I ; 6 

arnett M^ry N^ res 1027] High. 

arnett; Produce Co, Lewis M G 

nett, in ngr, 306 walnut. 
•Barnett Walter H, printer, The jD M 
? ; Leader, bds 1108.5th. . 
Barney Charles L; student, bds 162(i 8th. 
Barney iJohn C, trav agt, res 1020 $th. 
3arn$y, Leon 'F, student Oakland 
! Sbhool, bds 1620 8th. 
Sarjnicle Mary, domestic 1428 Woodland 

ave. 

Barnicle Patrick, moved to Chicago. 
Ba'rnieli Patrick, bricklayer E D 
J Janes & Co, res 1421 Walnut. 
Barnitz ltev Samuel B, res 722 18th. 
Barnitz Miss Sarah E. res 722 18th . 
Barnitz Miss Sue, res 722 18th. 
jpafns Dennis, bds, 730 19th. 

arns George W, Ichief elk C G W By| 

res 9'03 16th. I ' , 

a;*ns Henry S (Harrod & Barnes), res 
71155.26th. , I 

Ba *ns Mrs Nancy A (wid William), res 
( T 834 10th. |- !| f 

|^a *ns pscar, fireman D M N & W Ry, 

i]es 1014 Locust 
•ns Wm A, packer Perkins & I^rins 

maidj res 1427; ah. 
Ba 'nsby Laura, fs ;udent Highland [Pai*k 
"Collefee. ^ j ■ 






K Keel), druggists, 1 
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Barnett 
Barnett 

High 
Barnett] 

bds 1(27 Sigh. 
Barn6tt 
Barnett 



jAJicefcol'd), res 1354 
'Edward (Col'd), labj 

1 ;■ f • • ■ 'I 

Miss EHa M, plk pension offic 



Frederick! 



John M, eng, resll81C 



nes, An 

, lit) 4th. ' 

he Aval 

Fremont 
res '1027' 



Fohe, moved to Boon 



buildings, rms^ 1027 High 




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L; inspectcT of gov-j 



High. 



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IBaruum iiella) (coPd), res 512 Market.' 
IBamupfl Edwin B, elk Ljewis Iqvest- 
'i l lent Co. res 1330 8th. 

Barnvelt Rena M (wid- Dirk), bds s s 

J Vine ^d w of 12th. j .' 

'Barqbist Edwaijd, tinner LG (>omi: aret, 
!i } bdi 008 J 2nd,- f 

BAIlOUIST GEt>RGE L(St! John &l Bar 
(|uist) resfl217i High (see \eftside, tyries.) 

Barquikt Peter W, tinner, L (^Coin 
res 0)8-o 2d. 

3srr fii iss Aletlia, 1 teacher! Capital 



paret, 
Park 



ichopl, bds n(j cor York land Hubbejl 
3s rr Annie,! seamstress, rms, over 825 
jrahd avei ' I ' 



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NKSS COLLEGE, bds 720 6th avS 



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Ban- C 1 elia (witl Daniel), bds 110 8th 

Barr Charles, lab, res 312 Madison (S 

D M). 

Barr Ernest, bds Thomas Bar 

Barr Frank J, fireman, bds tl7 Mul 
berry. 

Barr Frank W, printer P CKenJyon, res 
005 e 1st. 

Barr James L, plasterer, res 2(|0 Madi 
sou (S D M). 



1 berry, 
sec 25 

Maple, 
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Barr Richard C, lab, bds 818 Mi. 
Barr Thomas, farmer, res n\v { 
! (LT). 

I Barrett Alexander, carp, res 001 
| Barrett Edgar, trav agt A 

Thresher Co, 8(17 e 1st. 
Barrett Edward 11, supt bridge 

N & W Ry, mis over 522] Wain ... 
Barrett John (age 85), died Mty 2'4d 

1808. T 

Barrett Win K, ass't cashier Vallfty Nat 

Bauk, res i)L2 0th ave. 1 

Barrette Win, moved to Alton,. 
Barrette W J.student IOWA BUSINESS 

COLLEGE. 
Barrick Joseph (J Barrick & Souk res 
; 1028 e Center, j 

! Barrick J, & Son (Joseph and Oscar, 
j gravel roofers), i)ll Walnut, 
i Barrick Oscar (J Barrick & Son), res 
| 1021 e Center. , 

'Barrow Charles (), waiter, bds 1034 
| Woodland ave. 

Barrow Frank Wf bkpr W G Hefele, 
| res 1034 Woodland ave. , 

Barrow George II, elk Abraham Wiia- 

stoek, bds 1034 Woodland ave. . 
Barrowman Miss Addi.e, elk Wm Bar- 
rowman, res 51!) Chestnut 
Barrowman Miss Jenhie, res 510 Chpst 

nut. 

Barrowman Robert A, student IotYA 
BUSINESS COLLEGE, res 510 Chfet- 
nut. \ 

Barrowman Win H, grocer, 807 7th, i\es 

510 Chestnut. 
Barrows Charles H. student HighlaiAd 
Park College. 



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Barrows Hester A (wid 

|7tlj 

Barrows Owen, student 
IflljSSCOLLEG^rms 

Bjarrbws, W J, student 
| NE9S COLLEGE. 

Barter John L, ' foreman Daily f!ov\fa 

j Capital, rnis 518 e Grar d aye. 
Bjarthel Rein hart, spin nor, res 514 e so 
Utfi 1 . , ( H 

Bartholomew Aaron J, painter, John 
J Mac Vicar, res 1418 Grand ave. I . 
Bart iblomew Miss Cora A, elk Bank- 
I era Life Assn, rms 29 A. The Iliad, 
iolomew Co (The), J B Bartholo- 



Laipndry, bds 612 Mpnme (S D i\ 



Bartholomew Thomas J, 
ieni White.Bronze Co, 

Bart 
res: 



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Bartholomew iNoali, real testate 301 
jres^44 17th.| ' i J 

Bart|i|)loibew Orie Y, t.-eas The 
jthoiomew Co, res l^lO 2th. 

Bartholomew Theresa (wid Joseph), res 

J(ir^[onrotJ(SDM)f' ? 

(inisher Wesjt- 



A, 1 vice 
res Phi 

lent Higl 

ires The 



Bart 

!mew pres, C A Bartjiolomew 

jpres, ( Y Bartholomew treas, 

Vdorhees sec, R S;utsman , r .. r . 

Peanut and do ft'ee roaster's, 110-121 

il28!w'so 2d. 
Bartholomew Charles 

jTlje Bartholomew Co, 

!phia, I^a. 
Bkrtliolomew Elmer, Stu 

'Park College. | 
Bartholomew John ft, 

jthmoniew Co and 

j Planter Co, res Peoria, 
Bartholomew Miss Lau 



vice- 
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Bart iolomew Rev Wm |I, pastor 
M Presbyterian Church 



Btatle Mrs Eliza, res 813 



>ds 218 2d. 
H Bot'sWil, 



, res 315 e 
school. 
813Soh6o|l. 
13 School. 
)5 5th, re 3 813 



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tilth. 



Bjartle Ernest E, elk, bds 
Bartle Miss Loaine, bds fc 
Bartle Peter F, lawyer, 

] School. i 

Bartle Ralph S, elk G E Converse, bds 

1 813 School. « j 

Bartlejt Miss Anna L, student 1). M 

jCqllege. , . j-'-: 

Bartlejt Byron T. city fii — ~ Jrrt ~ 

j ra^eave, bet 28th and 2 
BAI^TLETT CHARLES 

Central Union Telephc 

GtlraVe.. 



Hartletft Edward E, dri 
gine^house, res 110^ w 



Royal Healing Co.. 



AXD WElIL PlTMl»», BARKER ' OHI3IXEV 
T j TOPS-HOSE. [ 
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eman, res' Ter- 

Hh(WestBn(fj'. 

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RISON & LEE, 

M6RS. ' 



Custom Tailors 'and Gents 
Furnishing Goods. 

3iG si3?r^: ^"ste. 



MOINESj \'!QI I Y DIRECTQEY. 



an, bds 
i (West 



PaSlbr East 



ISideBMtj, 

, Bartlett I Aim Herbert,, res over 511 e 



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st qhurph, res ^18 el 9th. 



J, 



res 613 



Jattlett ilc nuie (wid Pjiilipj E ) 

Bypn. | . - ■ ! '|..|| . I | 

Bartlett Loren p, [real, estate, res ws 
I North,! if ; e n w corporation line. 

, Bartlett ! Mara L, j directp^ oi Music 

| Drake }U . iverslty* res 853 10th. 

! Uartlett Mflry -A (wid J^oren 0),| bds ws 

!; Ndrth, 

I jpartlett 
Gates. 

■i Bajrtlett 



Win 



l'rifc e 6fi W [corporation line. 
V iss Nettie, ddmesiiic \ 

[- ■H ' ' r ; ■ ■ l ; . 

., jlLa(widChar|esW^ res 833 

■ 6th avA. I . ! ' j , ' • I i : 
5AUTLET' 1 WILBUR F, Secretory New 
England Lc an &j Trust C.oj res Newj 
York (fcit ir (see l)qckbone\\oJ book qrld 
page^j. j 1 , | . ■' [ j s . . 
iartley Mis!? I mry, jseanistress Mrs C M 
Brdyhili; bts^ 128 Cherry. , 



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.E.HUGHES, 



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oi". Sixth and Walnut Streets, 



Barton 4-Ho! 
iarton j^Tis 
barton J^Xis 



tortou Da\ 
201 Oth.' 

iarton Era: 

iarton Get 
Coj res 8a 

Jartorf Hai 



milliner, res] 512 8th 
Xpdijri d £, res 512 ^(h. 
(poifa fJ, nurse D 



Home 



forlrieufllcssjuiitldren/rjes 30|18 High 
d, driver Shank I rbs, rms 

f ! I * - .' ' i 



kj Kj, (jarp, res jl 310 
ie C, [driver .E D 

! fi 



4i, 



27th; "i 

Janes <fy 



earp, ires 



Jartoii Haif^l E, pplesman 
Clotlhin 



Dusej j-es810 
It, res 821 121 



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„..g 1 

ISarton John 
Varton iJoh n 
res82ll2|t 
Jarton Miss Mai*yj jA, mill 
8th. ■ I 
fcirtbn Miss jnc 



city Butlin 



barton Kach * el 
Barton Thpijpa 

5th, res, ?B( 
Barton WnH 
Barton Wi 



lie', bds 1.3 
Kijboardui 

s K(coi'd), 
tii. 



j512Uth. 
jCd tinenta 

iiOCljjst. • 

[& (ilallahan 



jnerj 

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laWgo,) 



I bar 



'bds 51!! 



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agt, rdsflls 8th. 
res 51J3 8tn." , . 



h. 

2 8th 
ber, 325i 



| ^r SB CONTIHENTiL CLOTHING STOBil 

Bauield David, C fcol'd), barber John 

;i|ll3eler, res 1066 8th.; ] , 

^ain Charles W, student Highland Park 
('i)llege. j. 

aanmaii Lester |W, bkpr Mitchell 
Wagon and J I Case Plow Wks Co, 
rips S Turner blk. ] 

' 3a skins Flora, student Highland Park 

,r |#H«Jge.. , j ■ ■ i r .•*;.' 

Easier j Sarah J (wid Cyrus), bds 1301) 

<,Ba»}uih DeWitt L, 
• Tt« K?>a dtu 



res 8^3 4th, • 

Basj iMiss Bonnie 

■ rr EtnJ- 



cpnd C, R I & f Ry, 

J, studeit, bds 11TJ1 

Bis j EeWitt, gardener Edv^ard R Ma!- 
\ sen. j> i 

Bisj fearam H, bkpr, res 11 

Bap 5 1 'ene M, donjestic 935 
Bits 3 Jesse, lab E ] ',\D'i Janet 

f:th 
^Eis?Iiida, domestic Edward K Mason.!! *A 



1 12th. ;.; 

Snerman. ' 
& Co, 207 



B), re^ U3. r 



f 



Ice Co, 311 



Bartow MrA |lak-y kites J4 10 ^th : jive. J 
lfjirtow Mah A(\v;id Joseph SI), wks 

M Hat \Wksl r^s 410 6th. a\ 
Bartrand Henry, plumber Janies Laing! 

res 323 u to btlll. ■' ' IT ' 
Biirti^lTCh'ai'lejK!, painter 
i R R Co, ljet l(||)5;e Grand ave> , I 
Bartz Louis t , wrapper Lt.ng'JSros, bdt 

151U Mul )erry, !j t \ 
Bartz Miss -Alary; | seamstress 

Bros; bdslSB) Afnlberrv. 

B; tm -pQtei J, gar lener'J S 

5li>|Miilbelrr ' 



M Stree|t 

to unker 

i 

f 

oik, res 



. J51 l >|Miilj)ek-rV.M ■, | ■■ 

Des Moioes piuinbing 



as3 Martha M (\\rid Wm 
13 lexman. .» . ; 
Bjijsp Ifau Una L, dojuiestic D3[5 Sherman. jS • 

BUSINESS I^^H 

■i i ^^ ! 

Brsse 1 Peter, driver D M 

t jj . l ! 
[Bii sett Miss Berthja, bds' 1 1 fc5 24th. 
fj3J4ssett Clanihda iwid Davjid), res 1)01 

'^a nut. | 

^Mfsett Ernest, hit C, R I <4 P Ry, rms 
.' !520^3d.'] .■ . ' ' 
i$4whjelder j\.lzina| (widDajid), res 1)25 



SO 

Stfl 







eorge li, desk sergeant po- 
., r - f ^ ... ,17e 12th. ,. 
;iii.t;cl{elorWnaJ, ttudent IOWABUSI- 
■|| .SESS .COLUSUE: "■ J • 
(lli.teman Miss Ella M, bds 1 5 
ifii.teman George W, , painter, res 1524 
V pth :^ve. ; | i 

jBateYian.'Harry A, moved 
^i.Miiin. ' , 
iUtei lan Wm T, 3upt Registry Div P 
- ' " )ds 1524 Oth £,vo. / 



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jr, res 1524 

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Tslspbone 511. 




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W. A. STEELE, Proprte 
209 W. SO. 



ipr, Des Moines ^tonc Yard. 
jrHiftp STREET. 



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Financially responsibl". j 
Thirty -five years experience. I 
References: Many hmulrei] jbuildin^s through- 

out the middle ami western stales. 
We are not perfect but we pay for our mistakes. 

PARTIES DESIRING TO BUILD WILL 
DO WELL TO CALL AND SEE US. 

\]J. R. PARSONS & SON. 

805 Equitable Building. 

BATES ADDITION IMPROVEMENT 

CO, Frederick Field Pres, B F Hal- 
comb Sec, 209 The Equitable Bldg. ' 

Bates David, lab, res 1551 Des Moines. 
Bates Eugene A (Bates & Easton), ires 
520 3d. 

Bate/ Harry E, bill elk 0, B & Q H II, 
res 1508 Capitol ave. 

BATES JOHN (J, Lawyer, 4 Rollins 
blk, Walnut ue cor 4th, res 1731 e 
(Jrand : ave. 

Bates Joseph, bricklayer ED Janes & 
Go, resiHighland Park. 

Bates Joseph M. carp, l)ds 3012 4th. 

Bates Lorenzo 1), elk John G Bates, 
bds 1731 e (Jrand ave. < 

Bates Sarah (wid Woi), bds Thomas 
Beck. : - 

Bates Sophia (wid Curtis), rms 13 The 
Iliad. 

BATES THOMAS, Sec Black Swan 
Coal and Mining Co, res Swan, i la 
{see right side hues mid page 1S7).\ 

Bates Wm E, driver U S Ex Co, res 2d 
4th n of Forest ave. 

Bates Wm Z, elk, bds 1731 e Grand ave. 

Bates Zaehariah T, carp, res 3012 4th:, 

Bates & Easton (Eugene A Bates Wm 
II Easton) real estate, 11 Seeburger 
blk. j 

Bateson Frederick W, 1 student D M Col- 
lege, rms 1718 1 2th. ; Si 

Bather Miss Ruth, bkpr Layman Cold 
Storage Co. bds 707 4th. 

Bathriek George H, mgr Nichols & 
Shepard Co. rms 15 The Iliad. 

BATTLE CREEK (MICH.) CARRIAGE 
CO, Ira L A Ward and S E Gardner 
Mngrs, Dealers in all kinds of Vehic- 
les. 518 e Grand are.; j 

Bander Charles L, bk binder, bds 1211 
Des Moines. i ° 

Bander John L, eng cl R I & P Ry, res 
1211 Des Moines. | 

Bauer Charles H,! elk' , Orson Luin.jres 
1150 8th. ! j 

Bauer Johanna J (wid John) res tl50 
8th. : I i 



BEA 



Emll C), res 



Bavin Wm, elk Redhexd, Norton, 



throp 

jBawdeu, 

Bawd en 

12th. 
Bawd en 

12th. 
Bawden 



8tli 



Bau^r Julius A, elk Wjn.S Baiie}*, lj>ds 
1150 8th. 

Bauer ft.iss Mathilda C, bds 1150 

Bauer Pater, wks Kratzjer Carriage Co, 
res 313 Court ave.; 

Bauer Wm S, druggist, 801 Locust, 

1150 8th. r | 

Baugh William, moved ;oOskaIods&, 
Baum Wm A, foreman plat Cracklejr 

! res 1004 8th. • ! 
Baumgardner Jacob P, 

I Walmft Hill. I 
Baumga;t Lou E (wid 

; D(?s Moines. i 

Bauscher Elias F, carp,, 

IBausenran George W 

i Typewriter Co, res 2 

! Bailsman Miss Dora M, 



i 



bds Wm 



res 

la. 

Jo, 



T 

Rbth, 



832 



res 1601 13th 
, mach lj>dpl 
2 I2th.l 
bds 813 Schbol 



Jo, res 210 8th 
see also BowiUn. 
Charles, teamster, res 

Elizabeth, 'tea sher, res 



12C 



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1205 e 
Iowa 



George W, bk bi'ndqr 

Printing Co, res 1205 e 12th 
[Bawden John*, stonecutter, res 120:5 e 
| 12th. 

Baxter James A, ditivei* Adams Ex Co, 
\ res 1430 Grand aye. , , ,! 

Baylies Frank A, pres Savings Ban^: of 

Iowa, res w s 10th 1st u of Douglas 

ave. '' • - if : 

Baylies Harriet (agje 70), died Jam jlst, 
.' 1803. . i I, , ! j 

Baylies Nicholas (age 84), died May 

15tn,.l»93. \ ' 

Baylon Charles, student Highland I,ark 

Normal College. i i i 

Beach Ed A, messenger American! Ex 

Co, rms 21 Turner blk. 
Beach Wm N, bds 27th s w 

Kingman ave. 
Beadle A 'thur W, printer Iowa 

ing Co, bds 510 Chestnut, 
Beadle Maggie, student IOWA 

JSESS COLLEGE. [ 

B^all George W, gardener, res n 

ton Boulevard. 
Beall John W, carp, res n s Gra^id^ve, 

bet 14th and 15th, . ' \ 

BeallLeonard B, tea'mster, res 4|>1 e, so ' 

10th.: ) 7 ' I I J,' 

Beall Ollic M, lab, bds George Wf Beall 
Beaman, fee also Beman 
Beaman ftiss Emma, teacher, r 

Mulberry. 
Beaman N.rs Frances, died November 

24th, 1812. 



(JOT 4 ! of 
Print- 
BUSI 



<as 



Futton Fish Bo.,! ^fe,E a S 



aisW 



and Lobsters. 

TELEPHONE 332. : 




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teS MOKflSS ^ELECTRIC CQMPANY 

. , Ofl^ce|anfi feorks. 105 Chestn^ Stree 
i« DiSCOUNTS'Cfl^EpTO LABGE CONSUMES 



DES 



feamaqlliuributl Mudeht D M (Jollege, 
bdsil720| Tt h . 

10th. 

rooms 



MOINES ;jOITY 



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^aman jihn!jW, carp, res 205 e 

Seaman JMis^ May, student, 
ijro'wui qg Oott age 
eaman Myer, grocer, t318 Wal 
kairif J { ■ , J ' j ,1 .'' J 
ljbamanMiss'iNeillie, bds205 eltith. ... 
Beaman I Witt! J,ij ptes farmers Mutual 
Live St^ck ilna Ajssn, ,res Rippey, la. 
eanblossom Alcert C, painter, 810 5th ! , 
res 1164 illth. ■•■■■■ - ' 

iJeanblossOm [Edward fS, lab. res 1105 
ii : North. I - J ■ . r , ■ ' ■ 
Jea-nblossom'Josiah, carp, res 1009 La- 
. : fjjyette. .-l\ ; j ■ [ 
Leaner Frederick, carp/ res 829 /$h. 
leaner Freddjricl: H, cljt, bds TO 12th. 
JLeaner Jacob ' carp', rf3s 774 12thl i 
leaner Miss {Tosjpnine!, student Drake 
'I University, bcj* 8^9 7t'h 
Beard Mi^s jjj.let.ia 

arenur Beard. 
Heard Alvin, lat. res |Vla'disoh 

topol), | \ . . ! 

Beard Catharienur, Iclk B C Brewer, res 
j e s tith. ave £d i of Euclid ave 
fBeanJ Frhnkl li *eman| res :14i7iMul- 
v beityJ ■■ f ! , • ' •■[..;;• 
Beard Frank |M, examiner Polk Cfcupty 
',' Abstr|iqt Co, rtsl72i;8th. 1 

jlieard, Joseph H motojrman D M'S'tlt 
II K Co, res l£l6 u Coutjt ave,. ' 
teardslejj Miss C ara, student Highland 
Park College, i mk Brpwnihgjjottage. 
Jeashor I^lissj Ha ttje, student E M Col- 
lege, rmfelfp m\\. > F 

ieatty, see aim maty arid Beely. f 
teatty Charts Wi cdnd Wabash jlty, 



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DIRECTORY. 



INSURE IN 



J. A. COLBY, Gen. Mgr., 
t, West Side. 1 . j 
(Seo front cbver.}; 



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THE LABGEST, OLDEST AND BEST IJfSUR- 
:!' |. ANCE COMPANY IN THE WORLD. 

sseU, -* Over $175,000,000.00. 

#Lfi|$ING. BROS.,/nahagcrs, 

RQOMsltOt ANOW2 I A. LOAN AMD TRUST BLDQ. 



fjSpcljtel I Millard fe, moved 



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Beck 

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J33eht€lpeimer Louis W, erg Wm M 
f, Verlieyl&Co, res 715 Lyon; 

?sck Aria,] student'i Highland Park Col- 



o Omaha, 




fertha, student Higli 



'Beef. Carrie, house <pr 1308 Locust. 

:VSeb\: Chester, student Higl land Park 
Ccllei 



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land Park 



Bejjk C6brad, elk Ry M S/.hb 813 ljOth. 

feed: Miss Emma. H, elk Ccnn Mutual 

"Life Iris Obi bds 813 IJJth. | 

BECK FREMONT t, ;Bkpr Black Swan j g 
CtKil pd Miningi Co res ne \ sec 14 ! q 



(iL-Tj {see right $ide lined atul page\x+4 

EC K, GEORGE 1 Fi Solicitor R L Polk « | £) 
(felCoTrms 844 5th. 1 ' • | to JL, 



nns"l3 ^las|>ni(j Temple. 
3eatty David, butcher, rms Jl009 La 

Fayettel > 
Jeatty Lee M| caJi-p, re$ 1805 19th. 
teauchamj) .Isas.cJ barhtr "under 300 

'Walnutirei 105:4 10tK..... ' , 



C (Beaver 



& Ken- 



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ieaver. Thomas 

' worthyl, ,refi 12J34J 12th. „ ,■ . r ( 

iea\jer <fc 'K er ^ orth y (Thcnias^ C 
Bellver,; ^nmnjcLo D Kenwortfiy), 
grclceW;! La irel ne cor 12th. 1 | ' 

iebout Marlgirel, L (wM John M), bdfi 
1302.6th! a\M. ' ? 

EBOUiTip ||{, Asst ^hysjciaiji Drakf; 
rei sained 



Sanitar^fim 
Beclitel, Mrs 
Jugton.l] 
Bqclitel Mjss 
Bfchlel Ciirl 
Bechtel Ffed 

and Royce;! 



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Wjtoy. student IOWA BUSINESS ! g <-r 



C9L.Ij.EGE. 

Bed c Henry T, bds s s Tavjlor 3d e of 
CUftpn ave(SD'M) ' 



ecr Jacob, ^armeT, bds John Beck, 
ec i Jacob S, miner, res s s Tay 
2depf Clifton We (S DM 1 



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S. t'kbr; bds llll^ l2th 
E. lab, res svr cor Smith 



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ck Junies A, res 1219 Pleasant. j 

eci Jdmes-W; physician, S624 3d, resii 
same. - j j 

ec c John, elk. bds 705 Park. ' , ! 
ec d John G, farmer, res nlw sec 13 (S ! 

Dkv (■<•-. r...« J . " I 

ecc John W, Iclk Calvin Harrah, bds I 
7C5 Park. ' i ■ , i 

eck Joseph J, foreman Coon Valley 
Coal &|Minin ( g Co, res Taylor ,3d w 
, o|( 9th s( j fridge (SDM).\ r : i 
Bqqk Leroy, student- Higl land Park 

Beck Porter W, driver, bds 511 8th. 
;;3eck Robert, farmer, bds J(thn Beck. \ 
Jeck Roy J, miner, bds s s Taylor 3d 
• \ ebfCIpftonave(SDM). ' f 

;Beck /Samuel, student 1 Highland Park 
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505 ^OTrntf gzekmJ^ltBXjOCsc. 



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Endorsed on all Policies. 

Men of Integrity and Ability who can Write 
Insurance wanted as Agents. 



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BECK THOMAS, Pres, 'JJreas and Mngr 
Black Swan Coal and Mining Co, ris 
Hartford av,e (S D M)j (see right aide 
line* and page 2<'f7.) ' 

tow^ ■Hock Miss Zola, student Highland Park 
W*„ i College. 

Becker Miss Anna, seamstress, bds 907 
3d. ; ; 

Becker Frederick, pres Iowa State 
Board of Medical Examiners, res 
Clermont, la. 

Becker Jackobina iwid Henry J), res 
i)()7 3d. 
h Becker, Miss Liilie, elk, bds 907 3d. , 

Becker Meta, Domestic 1 009 2d. 

BECKMAN BROS (Wm F. Herman II, 
and Christian), Pump Manufacturers, 
e 5th and Raccoon, (see. pae/e 08. ) 

BECKMAN CHRISTIAN (Beckman 
Bros), res 1313 Lyon, (seepage OS-) 

Beckman Henry, wks J K & W II Gil- 
crest. lids 1308 e 7th. 

BECKMAN HERMAN II (Beckman 
Bros), res 212 e Kacoon (ace page OS). 

Beckman John, wks^J Kit W II Gil- 
crest bds 1308 e 7th. 

Beckman Mary, domestic 1310 8th. 

BECKMAN WM F (Beckman Bros), res 
212 e Raccoon {seepage 08) . ■ 

Bccktel see Heehel. 

Beckwith Flavin, Ry M S, bds 510 8th. 

Beckwith Frederick C. collector,, res 
1000 Wiley. 

Beckwith Frederick H, mailing elk and 
collector I) M Daily News, res 10(H) 
Wiley. 

Bedell E Clyo!e,!bkpr The D M Leader, 
bds 814 High. 

Bedell Evan J. elk W K (less, bds 814 
High. 

Bedell Miss Ina, bds 814 High. 

Bedell John D, moved to Chicago, III. 

Bedell John W {Smith & Bedell), res 814 
High. 

Bedford James C, carp, res 028 loth. 

Bedwell Riley J, carp, res 1100 e Wal- 
nut. | ; 

Beebe, Alfred, moved to Chicago-, 111. 

Beebe Miss Harriet M, bds 1300 7th. 



Beebe Mrs Lucy A, bds 1119 Locust. 
Beech George A, notions, 1003 ' Cpnteir, 
res over 10()5 same. 



BEEBE CHARLES (*, Chiropodist and 
Manicure, 202- The Equitable Bl% 
; res same. 



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Beedle Stephen S, j wks Arctic lee Co, 

| res 100 Maple. I j|. 

Beekman Harmon |( age G8), died ^oy|4, 

!!i$02. « ' j ■/! 

Becks Charles O, Futcher, res 1245 9tji. 
E Bteks & Beeks), re 



Beeks Otis J 

! 12450th. 
Beeks Ralph \\ 

|l245 9th. 
Beeks Theodore 

!B>45 9tft. ' 
Beeks & Beekis I 




res 

dk J,L W|riglit, res 

C (Beeks '& Becks'), res 



, ,'alnut; 
iriies'lic 
eit (£, student D M dol- 



lied t IOWA BUSINESS 

ikhler, ires 1701 e\\ 
►mestic 1325 Main 



X (wid John), iMs HOG 
.iclk' GDCarsonjfes407 



Tl eodore C Beets altjid 
Otis E), mejat market, 920 Center 

Beeler Philip, Ijutpher D, Carsop, b|ls 
1351 e Waltiu 

Beely Wyatte (c|olfi), lab. bds 14JL2"lj5«- 

licnanan. 

Beejm Gill, s 

j I COLLEGE. 

lie elm John A 

Beejm Ollie, d 

Beejm an Hulb 

i j hjge, bds 1401 [Washington 

Beejuer Marie 

Beeuer Philip 

i j'ejflth. 

B'dejif bower Eli, caifp. res 2015 e, iValntat. 

lieditbower Frederick! teamster Proctor 

HCpal Co, res 720 |M<f)nroe'(S D M). \\- 
Beerbower Sa.'ah A (iwid Albert A), res 
iiSjUOth. '■. ! ; ! ' I 

Beers Claude, Driver Buck Bros Co, 

bds East Dei; Moines House, j 
Beers Susan (wid Charles A), res lo23 

pes Moines. -' 

Beersborn Gee rge, student Drake Uni- 

iversity, mis 112i 26th. I 

1 i i * 

Beyse Miss Elizabeth, teacher. Cary 

school, l)ds 1457 e Court ave. 
Beese George, -tire man C, B I & P Rly, 
; Irks 10Gb 15i.i. . \ 1 

lijeese James, -es 1457 e Court ave. 
BeeLse Wm W, fireman C R I & PRy, btls 
; , 457e Court ave. I ' ' ! 

BENSON BYHON A,| State Treii^urfr, 

State House), res 1503 5th. J j 

G, student Hijjhla:Qcl 

ljark i'ollegi). ' J i | 

Beeson Miss Martha A, bkpr Stftte , 

Treasurers' olHeb, res. 1503 5tli. ! 
I^jeeson Rose, student Highland Park 

({ollege. j 

U7U 



Botlty, see Beady and Beaty. 

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■ Commission • MerchanlB, 

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iqd Somethiiifl to Iilerest Them 

<>» FRONT PAGES XIV AND XV. 



DES 



lj<jeze Miss! Iiibzio 
1 school, res 14$7 e 

Bi ejzjey Q A! ay, 
res 102 Q i2jth 

Hi ezley Win, c 

lkgan Anna|(v|id 
427 fe Walnut 



MOINES '-p'.TY DIRECTORY 



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gg Miss Hi.ttie, 
33.6taav l e. 



i]esl204 High 
itigh 



, I ' tesjcher W ebster 
Courf ave.' j 

tee ctier Bryant fichool, 

I f : ■ . 

i,ec| Jt^biei 1 20, 1B!)2^ 
Frank), rooms over 



wks! T W| Henny, 



Jr ds5_ r . 

lkgiebiug-I^uttellilP 

! ijiebing pres O f 

! ireas, piano ainfr! 

Begjebing Hu^L' plies' Begidbin 

tell Piano !Co ir.es -J ~~ J 
Bjcsmn ; Angus »JK. ( B 

tpkl 522 1 Walnut, 
Jib nin Charles A 
• : 101 Locust. 
BlGtJN *fcl HON 'k Ac 

";l, Druggists, 724 
Be denkopf Chs ,rles 

^Kmery (jioj re3l2( 
Be denkopf Alias Fa 
Be dejikopf Jjeqi'ge 



a|nn jcp, Hugo Be- 
r Davison sec and 
123425 5th. 

;? : But- 
•J337 Buchaua a. 
egnii & Son),' den- 
-es'll ')! Locust. - 

Begu a & Sot ), res 

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gus K and Ciarles 

Wain it. ; 

, sa esmari E anris- 

HigH. r i 

nie/Ves 1204 High. 

", drjiggist, 1384th, 



%(denkopf HaTy J, trav agt, Veil" 1204 

igh. . I i 

ifeidenkopf Ha|kel 

] ,'eakopf, teklWih 

Bei|denkopf Wijl W 



kopt', res 1204]Hfe 
Beldin'g Albert jUd 

h of ' Rissei avh. 
Balding! Homer N, 1 

lire, bds'3712 <ith. 
Bailing Johtj, r^jS svy-cor 47th and 

ms ave.i 
lulling 'Norla {hid 



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OF NEW YORK. j 

, DUDLEY Gen. Ag't, 

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202 IA. L. & T. BITILDING. 
EAI>! LET OTHERS FOLLOW! 



Sdwdrcl, teamster; bds618 e Lo- 

Id ward P, student E E Door, bds 
3y Home. 

lizabeth (wid Win),, lids 036 10,th. 

lorerice, student, bds 936 10th. 

Bfejl (Jeorge \7, lab Newman Brokr, res e 
ourt ave i.w cor 24th. | 

iss 'Georgia, stenog Fidelity Fire 
Jo,. bds 814 17th. . 
lenry col'd), janitor, res 1104 
rejiont. ■ ' 

enry, miner, res n w f, sec 28 



l.' '< 

•uggijit, res' 2to 2(1 

ardwjafre, 370C 0th 

Kan 

.Frank), launc 



ress, 

April 

mhjjr Befkna^p Art'Co, 

S Bacon prop 



i'.iH 83p 11th 
lulling O^car' 

Mill, 1893. ! | 
Bol <nap Alva A;i 

res 1,003 Hifeh/j 
UqUnap..ArtjC.o 

jValnut.j i | 
IVJUnap Davjid, i^ain-ier, res, 11^ S 



kged ,20)1 died 



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■ s-naij Hairy,! car (ly nlkr, bds 
*> lortj j •'. I . ! « . 

Be lump Oscar \'j, i 
;i)is20 t Yorse Vlk. 
Albedt, farrier, 



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Annie, tailoress 
3d.*-' 



k Ralph Gil)sou, 



res es Clifton 
>|isout)i of KLrkv^i)od. ' / 
Albert I| l , la wye i 315: la Loan 
ustbldgjruis 008 8th.: 
Albert L, moHd .to! Ft. ■ ! ,W#rbh , f 
ll xasl- ' j. I I : I P> 

bds 



D F, studet t H ghland Park 



Israel Bros, 



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Bell Henry, 

$oll<ige 
BtLL HER 



student High la pd Park 

' I . ' < 

T-J--U. V IA TREATMENT CO' 

,ltHI3),-.W J Ghormley, Pr^s; R E 
JHanimond, y-Pres; B F DeBois. Sec; 
,F W iter manLTreas/ 705 the Kquita- 
, 'p e 1 ildg. (Bee left top\ linen.) 

Belf I ill M, [teacher Highland' Park 

; /piolhge, res 3020 3d. . j 

D e|J J|]hn, stjudent Highland Park Cql- 

"*L JOHxYB, Rdal* Estate and Km- 
ovment. bwr 312 -Walnut, ressame. 

Jiihn 'F, cl!c Avery Planted Co. res 
7 ojso nth. 1 \ j . *; l[ 

Jp|hn j,j la vyer, res|^3G 10th 



BMj iiwdia, waiter Hotel Goldstone. 
Bel Miles N col'd), carrier P O; r 



es 




1100 Fremont 

ajundress Hotel G^l^lstone 



Bm Mta Mei|b|e, res 1500 Cdpi^ol ave 
Bell Nellie, 1 



ichel fvvid Samuel), res fn s Ciif- 
4ve4tn go of Kirkwood (Clifton 

Bejl lidberl sekion hand C, R 1 & P 

es 208 14 
W n A, tealmster.i res 1500; Capitol 



Be|l Wm S, bkp 
1814 17th» 

iB$(langee Miss 
i V 1326 9th. 
Col-MBjellange'e Jam 

TjjiBlk, res 1320 

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KandaH <$ Dickey, res 

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Anna L, student, bds 

is. real. estate 1 Good 
th.. 



ftiiB Kimball Pianos. 

14 Iv^CtyST ST. I 



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SUPERIOR 

PHOTOGRAPHY, 

411 Walnat St. ; 

DES MOINEUOKX, 



Belles Lewis H, supt Capital City Brick 
and Pipe Co, res 3d s of same (S D JV1). 

Bellmore George D W, teamster Blue 
Line .Transfer, res &02 Jefferson (S 
D M)' 

Bellows Edwin C. carp, bds 1161 28th. 

Belmont Edward H, salesman Harris- 
Emery Co, bds 82!) Locust. 

Belt Harry M, elk John Mac Vicar, res 

1214 7th. 

Belvel Henry INI, newspaper correspond 
ent, res 204 S)th. 

Belvel Miss Margaret, steuog Moetzeli 

& Chesbro, res 204 0th. 
Belvel Miss May, milliner MRiegleman, 

bds 204 Uth. 
Beman, see also Bcaman. \ 

Beman George, moved to Colfax, la. 
Beman May, student Highland Park! 

College. , 

Bern is Alansou F (Me Ilea & Bom is), res! 

Ilia e 12th. > 

Bemis Florence, bkpr McKea & Bemis, 

rms 913 e 12th. 
Bemis Lynous A, wagonmkr, res UJ35 

Fremont. 
Bemis Sarah K (wid James), nurse, rms 

3 Meek Blk. 
Bend Win, miner Van Ginkel Coal and 

Mining Co. 
Bender Miss Ada. student Callananl 

(Allege, bds 822 10th 
Bender Levi (Bender & Tuttlo), res 822 

10th. 
Bender L V, student Highland Park 

College. 
Bender & Tuttle (Levi Bender, James 

B Tuttle), grocers, 1014. Center. \ 
Benedict Feriton E. carp, res 1)00 e 9th. 
Benedict Home. Mrs S R Woods supt, 

Forest ave nw cor 3d. 
Benedict John Me, teamster, res 105 e 

so 4th. 
Benedict Martin S, jeweler W E Mc- 
Millan. 404 Walnut. 
Benest Miss Fannie, bds 725 3d. 
Benham Thea, sewing machine agt, res 

325 Pel ton ave. 



^enjaman Hirim L, teamster Gitchell 
; djs Martin Lumber and Mufg Co, res 
;^0lblay(SI>:M). ; 

Benjaiiiin Joseph H, res 620 Walker.j 

ejimjll U A (\$d Jo\)), res 1404 ejOthl 



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15ehue|r Ira F\Jjdriver J K & W'M (jjil- 

1 1 dresjt, res 16c t e Grand ave. ' i 

liennett Albbr ;JA (Bennett & S^xaur), 

! lids 115 e Locust, 
Betinett Bird IE, student, bds 009 Maple, 
BENNETT BROS (Jphn F and |F— ■& 

l <J ), Hard and Soft C6'al,-413 4thl 
Bepnett Calvin, res Grandjave 3d e 6i 

i Jordan M E Church (Walnut Mill). ! ; 
Bennett Catharine (wid Lgandec), res 

\ ^12 e so 4th J , [ 

Be mett Charles, civ eng City Hsll, res j 



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Be 



16 e 9th. 

hnett Miss (L 1 ora| laundress HaWkeye 
1 iiindry, bds 473 Allen. 

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Be inett Edgar, ilab, bds 412 e so ^th.! 
Bennett Edmqn G (Bennett & Evan's), 

lies 1520 23d. 
IjJejinett Miss Elvira M, teacher Long- 

■1 fjellow schoojl, res 609 Maple. 
Bennett Ernest R, bkpr R I) Bennett, 

• lies 609 Maple. f ; 

Bebuett Estellb Miss, student D M Col- 

Befihett Frank D, salesman Continental 

'Clothing House, res 918 6th ave. 
Bennett Frank J (Bennett Bros), res Olio 

i A 2d. [ , I ' j 

Bennett George, driver Rees Gabriel & 

Co. bds 412 6th ave. [ ,\ 

Bennett George B, moved to Valley 

i Juncjtion. -, 

Bennett Harlan A, student, rms 1 32'i e 

j 12th. 1 
BENNETT HORACE J, Clerk Secretary 

j o| f State, State House, res 1322 u 12th. 
Bennett John' lab, res 123 Des Moines. 
Bennett John J F (Bennett Bros), ^es 813 

Utith;' 

Bejnnett Joshua S, res Illinois, nW cpr 
forest aye. 



Bennett Lottie, student of Highlatid r 

! Park College. | . | I ' 

Bennett Lycurgas, lab, bds Illinois, cw 

(forner Forest <ive. 
Bennett Marlon, teamster, bds 714 

j Monroe (S m M).' i I 

Bejunett Martna M (wid Rezin J), bds s s. 

! Grand ave 1st e of 28th. 
Bennett Mrs Mary J, laundress, res 210 

I e so 1st. ' I ■ 
Beimett Michael (age 70), died Aug 8, 

i;J892'| f 

Beii nett Mich lei C, sec State Mi^ie In 
sipectors, rei 625 e 2d. 



Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Co.. 



OF 
NEWARK, 



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AGENTS * WANTED, 

ADDRESS, / . 

T , CHAS. B. VAN SLYKE, 

f» STATE AQdflT, DBS MOIMCB. 

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anndry, bci$ 



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nett W 

is 517 esodtli. 
nett Wm 



B<Ji nett WinMld JS Mller & Benhett), 
;s n s'GraM 4ve st b of Jordat M E 
lurch (Walatft'fl 11 J ! I 

BENNETT & IjVAjs (Edmon G Ben 



nlutt, H Lee fcyians| Lawyers, 
UTheEquiiaWlfUg. : ! i 

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DBS KOINES 



N", li -undress Hawkeye 
k73e 2d. ; '■ 

,,bki>r;Blo6mfield Coal 



TO rfARRYJ MJIIXER'^ 

X)J*Y. 



iningCoJrfei 1617 Linden 

B<jr nett fhilat c er r js 8121 Hidh. 

BEWETT BICHAIU) J){ Cpal'land 
rood 316 e (t i, res 609 Maple. 

Bar nett Robert, carp, re# 517 e s6 6th. 
Bej nett*Ro^'e':l S, driver Crystal Oil 

aid Gasoline !3o, res,10$6 High. 
Bei nett Bezin.J (age 70), died Jar uary 
■ *& ., 1898j v : I ,:": '! ' 
Ber nett Samuel E, - rav apt Nichols & 

B lepard Cp, b is S i-very House. 
B^inettSaralii* ref 1 5{12 e so 6th. ' 
Bei nettiWm^ at>D]£Soajp Work 3, res 

i 2 e so, 4th. ; 

4,- pressman; G A ■ Miller^ 



.res 115 



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keilnettf&rfexWir/'b 

tield). \ : 

Bfenniuger F W,- 

fcstrauss & Co, f)ds 
B|nningtoii Iluime 

jt rand ave-. v J 
Bennington Jjames 

( rand ave. 
Bennington Mkpy, r^sJftOO, Gra|ud a*ve 
Bennington 'fhWqs, 

(Ijrand af e. 

ington Wilbur 
and ave. 



Benshoof L 



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pthj 

Bjeuson AubustljJ, a r „. 
JjllRCo, resMpBifc 
Bejison Miss Carrie, " 



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tjfcajy ,agt Leperer, 
mi very H jusjp. 
It C, elk), rey .409 

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tl* 1113 e.6tli. 



Benson Charts;] l^bj ites .1*110 ElaJ 
Benson, Cliar es 1 E, special 3xafriiber 
Central Loiri & 1;:iM i /Co[ ircjs 660 
,17th. I U ,, ip 
• Bfc ison Miss Cririst n e M tea^heif Irv 
iig-School, rras6"2!ll8th. 
ison Mi;ss fjra|nceii B, bds QQ6 17th. 

E, jai liter Dei Moines' 



ison George! 



House, bds&ime 
Bl» ison Iverson H. 
ill'ison Ivfergdn 

Park College 1 
Benson John; "' 

Me ison John, 

017 3di I 



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Beiasoii ^ohn, welidiggef, res J9 Jeffer- 

W- ' ■ ! ■ ' ' I 

Be.3soit' J0J111 A,' mason, h 



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paf.l e 6th. 



Be isol: John L. horse trainer, res 334 w 

Jfi4 Gth. ■■ ; \]\[ 

Beason Lena, domestic 728 17ti. 
Bf^Q8'on MissjMaVy A^ bds 666 17th. 
Benson Miss May, teacher H-awthorne 

' school, bds 717 19th. ' 
l|pQSon Mit-zfi/H (P'T Bensoli & Co), 

: iies i;700'4tKj !' 'j I 

Benson Miss Wan nie, student Drake Un- 

'(liveraitv, rnTs 1360 24th ( 

Benson Nels, lab Capital City as Light 

iiCo, rmsOl'O e 2d. 
Be>so») Osroii D, physician, 623 Walnut, 

jiies 066 17th. ' , 

Befisof Pfetet T (P : t' Benson ^ Uo),i res 

jnw c;or 8tn] and Oak Park avu. 
BENSON P T & CO (Peter; T aid Mirza 

ilH Benson), Real Estate, |206 5th. 
Bebtall Robert W, student ID M College, 

I 1 bds 1713 10th. I ' 

IJebtley Miss Bell L, bds W B Bentley. 
Beptley Benjamin, eng D M Water 
' jiPow^r and Electric Light Coi, res lf)25 

illilai^. ' : . . * I j 

.Bentley James (col'd), barber ^The Kirk- 

Lj^ood, bds 761 10th. ' 1 , j 

I^ebtley Mary wic} John), bis|V/i,B 

1 Bentley. j ;.'(•;' 1 ill 
Bfejutkiy MissNdlliejY, bds W B 1-jini.jey. 
B^tley Wm B(Be!ntley' & Oliistid), 

Aresri s Grand ave bet 33d and 34th| 
BENTLEY & OLMSTED (Mm B]Bbnt- 

||ley, James 'i C- Olmsted), VHiolesale 

fKoois and Shoes 300-302 (^ourt ,ave. 
ntoii school, Shajw ne cor e 80 12th. 
reldurch Misi Laura, tailonjssj Jacob 
qjPosiier, res 111 e Locust. ; 

lterelourch Wn, elk Kascl (Ginsberg, 
! ;|^esS21eGrarid ave. 
lgereni), see also Barnes ana Bitrns 
J3Sepns Joseph painter. | l^ls 107 13th 
Bereuf Miss Lottie E, foh!er|ClarkBon 
IjBrof, bds 107 13th. 
l^e|rehs Sophia ;(wid Petdy), 
'Government 131dg, res 107 1 



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EQUITABLY LIFE ASSUEANCE SOCIETY, 



LEE B. DURSTINE, 
Managkk fok Iowa. 
A. Ankenky, C. M. Denny, 
Financial Agent, Sup't of Agents, 
: E. E. Scott, Cashier, 
Equitable Building, Des Moines, Iowa. 



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D¥li»TTToir tent ' ou froni-l business 

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OIE2. 2>T© puSL"ST Deb MOinEbI, IoWa. 



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Berg, see also Burg. 
'Berg Charles, miner, res 1421 Buchanan 
| Berg Frank, lab 1) M Soap Works, res 
1 51G e so 4th. 

I Berg Frederick K, stripper Frank Al- 
! brecht, bds 51G e so 4th. 
Berg Jennie (will John), res 317 Mon- 

roe (S D M). 
' Berg John, res 51(5 e so 4th. 
; Berg John, helper C G W round house, 

res 508 F^lm. 
! Berg John C, eng C, RI&P Ky, bds 
i Monitor House. 
Berg Benedict, teamster, res, 1051 B.r 
Berger Charles A (aged 43), died Sep- 
tember 20, 1892. ' 
Berger Charles K, prescription elk NOR- 

'MAX LICHllY, bds 819 Locust. 
'Berger Daniel, liremari Capital City 

Brick & Pipe Co. res 409 e 17th. , ' 
Berger Fred C, messenger Am District 

Tel Co, bds 409 e 17th. ! , 

Berger John B, coachman J A Carver. 
Berger John H, moved to Horton, Kas: 
Berger Miss Lydia.prin Franklin sch^oli 
- res 1025 8th" '...]: 

Berger Sadie (wid Daniel), res 409 e 17th. 
Berger Miss Sarah A, bi s 1025 8tli. 
Berger Win W, res 1025 8th. 
Bergeson John, lab, bds Maury so cor 

e so 20th. 
Berggren Charles F, carp, res 1413 & 

Court uve. ! 

Berggren Miss Phiebe, seamstress <T D 

Coddington, res 128 Des Moines. ; 
Bergman August (Anderson & Bi rg-> 

man), res 529 e so 2d. ■' 

Bergman Charles, lab, res 1505 Pleas- 
ant. 
Bergman Elizabeth, domestic 1305 25thj 
Bergman Eric, minor Bloomjtield M 

Co, ves4(»l e so 2d. 
Bergman Freda, domestic 715 e Locust 
Bergman Gustave H, student! Highljim 
, Park College, bds 11G2 27th. 
Bergman Jacob, harnessmkrT A Mans 

tield, bds G18 e 1st. 
Bergreen C'harles F, carp, res 1418 o 

Court ave. ! 



jBergstraum Clause, miner 
Buchanan 



BpGSTKCM ERNEST W, 

Grower Of Koses 4th nw corj 
res sj»"if I 



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rob 1419 

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Whblesale 
ver or Koses 4th nw coif jOvid,j, 

iergstrom Jonah, wks E ltostberg, bds 1 
r 124 Shepherd. I, 

porgstrom May, student Hi^hlani Park 
i College. | • . 

JBergstTom Peter W, res 847 e [7th . 
Bergstrom Wml carp, res 849 e 7;h. 
Borhow Hiss Helen, res liG e Grind 

I ave - . i ■ 'i i"| T 

Berhow Mi$s Lizzie, wks D M Laundry,. 
I res 11 G e Graud ave. ] . 
Borho\vMiss Martha, dresshikr, res 116 
i e Grand ave; ' j l . | 

Berhbw Miss Sarah, ivks D M Laundry; 
i res| 11G e Grand ave. | | 
Borkjey Neal C. dentist A L MoCarty, | 
] res 1525 (irand ave. 
jBerkley Georgie, barber, rms Inler- 
I national Hotel. , 

jBurkman August, plumber, res 1220 e 

Center, 
Berlfs, see Birks. . , 

Berkshire Elizabeth (wid Kichaidj, bds 

905 h: I 

Berkshire George, plastereV, res 905 II. 
Berkshire John, plasterer, 915 Walijut, 

res 1190 10th. - , 

Bormetz Andrew, rninei\ res es liindoln 

(Sevastopol). T i ■ 

Birmingham David J,.chieE elk Freight 



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Depot Cj 11 1 &, P By. res 920 7 
Birmingham Miss Maggie, sa 

Younker Bros, bds 92G 7th 
Born a Edivard F. cabinet mkr 

Harbacli, res 1382 e i th. 
Barney, see Birney. 
Bui-nhardt May/'- domjisti^ Thel K rk- | 

wood. v j ' 

Bernhardt 'Mary A (wid Samuel M)> 



G12esoGth. 



elk, ris 6 



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Berens and ;■!' 
, res lj)3 V^al- ' 

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3ruhardt Miss Minnie L, 
jlso 6th. 

liprns, sec also Barnes, 
j Burns, j 
Herns George T, shoe mkr 

nut. 
Items Wihfr'jd F, lab Na 

res 422 Jefferson (S D M) 
Bernstein Benjamin, bds 0(20 Ma'ple 
Bernstein Harry, elk, resjl20 Mnple 
Bernstein* Hiram, tailor Gillett Tai 

[ingCoJres 304 e Court ave. . 
Bernstein! Simon, failor 1(30 4thJ res 

Des Moines. ■ 1 V 

I^ernstein liachaeljsecpn.'d hau,u gd^ds 

218 Walnut, res 120 Ma )le. 



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SROlM FRAfcC]S l .i!j Rtannger 
Star Io3Co',j|»ffic!el|^)3 j 9th " 
classified J 'ca\ bailers, )\ 

Btfrquist Andrew, cait'iti'spec 

ait'R, res5d6e-8oi5tht 

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Btrrickson Join, teamster, 

I Des Moines. 

Jpirrie C&arles i \I, 



res 102 



Blufl. 



rry Aionzo ij.li.b, bds: fU\ 9th. j" 



ft rry Auf 
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Bt rry Andrew 



Irewj 

v .j _„Jrew 
Norton, Laity 




North 
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bds 1705 
driyerD M Laindry, 



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Co|, b'fts 533 O't 
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Ikny Ciarlei 

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I^trryMiks Elljij. 
Bdrry. Frank, i)|s '27 e*9|ih 

m rteii r|s 70 i el ^o /5th. 

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1410 9th 
rry Joseph 

1204 Capitol 

iorry .Miss ^{(ftha, salesladlr Y^unker 
Bros, bds l$:jr Grand aye. 1 ' 



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JSRRYHILL i& HBJNRY [(Jarbes G 

Herrvhill Ge^rpe Fi Hpnryh, Lawyers 

707 The Eo]u table, itylg. I 

^•rrvman Albert labi lxTs50ie Walnut. 

Ttholf fJaii)ep L.'w^j Prouty & Pratt 



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Besw ck Alethr 

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f'Gretes (Sevastopol). 



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SAMUELS, Lieut Gov- 
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, student Highland Park 

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C'o,, re's 809 1 Spall; j 
Ttholf Maude, i eanqs 

; bds 312 w so'lsll 

P urtliolf Waiter 
riage Co, bdii!3 

Biii'trandj- HenMy, 



■ H'trand J 



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Ljiing, res llOfUv 

PW h . M 
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ress Israel Bros, 
W, ipainteil Pitt Ciir- 

2 ^Wjdjojlst. [• 'j'',-. 

steam) fitter jfTames 
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IpljLipibJBsr H 

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(i .ore) lablC.RI^ 

bds 412jScctC.i '■■"! ij' ',.:'■ 

'st Bertram KJj stjudenj, IOWA 



PI urn bin &r (jo J 
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Scoville 
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BUSI- 

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ti>i|gw>,# ....... 

st Johu, d.-i^e :Read & Traverjiy, bds 

• ioi8 4tt. -f, i ■ ■ • i r 

^^r^nryJcAMhr -mkriW W T? 
M)ds 102[e .litll f j 'j' I .if 
yfs|, Lizz| e (ivi|[) fleni]y)jres 1018 




j|Eth£iiy Presbyterian CI urch, Allan. 
^Livvlcor e so 8th. ," 

ficthd Kvangelleal ChurclJ, cor 9th and ; _ 

Jji^.oi'th.j. [ .■■ ; I , \f 

Bethel Theodore, real estate, rms 715 e j S 
i'iPth 1 . j i ■ l M 

B^fhsbn Wm(age 3(5),-died[De<i. 21, 1892. ! &' 
Bett's Jeremiah L, salesman Morris & £ 
<|Co, res 1039 J)e.<Moines. 
setts Sarah (wid Simon) v res llioo Lyon. 

Itts &j Betts,'jspecialist8, Dr Janies W 
ershbn Tnngrji51G V^alnut . 
r ieuchenstein Caroline (wid Jacob), res 
!m7 8th.. ■ . 

^urliens Christbphei'i bds 3102 Gth ave. 
"ivefi Sargeani student, rms 1310 13th. 

veridge Maggie, lauudrefis Evah's 

pate. • | ' 

yerley Frank, .teamster, re»1608 10th. 



fflverly Arthur (age 21),j died January 
(25th r 1803: ! 

Beyer Jackson i ( John !H Qutal & Co), 



)(?s Moines. 

Wooqis-Bibbins 

bds 1001 

8,& Bar- 



ffauy, 
4th. 



Jreslsw cor 11th andD 
j bins Harry' M, c.^k 
{tilaipet'aud Furnitur^ Co, 
Jlle&ant, /. ' I | 
W\ biiis Madison W ! (Bibbir 

pt;), vice-pres and kec \Voods-Bib- 
inr Carpet and Furniture Co, res 
30 1 Pleasant, j , 

bias <& Barnett (Midisou W. Bib- 
in j, Louis Harnett), Whol cigars, se 
ar 7th and Walnut. 
3jiber Amos G, isign writer 
[JOray, bds 003 Grand, ave. 
m\)\G * Miss. Essie, student D^ake Uni 
•lyei uty, bds 1 lip Pleasant, 
Ipkjjrd Charles,' elk Block 
{rma.ii j bds Aborn House. 



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F. B. ALLDBEDGE, Gen'l Agent, 
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' 2 W '"J j ca R° Cottage Organ Co, 723 Walnut, 

jga P-i ' (mc page classified Pianos and O.r- 
■ QjS [' ■ (jans). 

§ x fl I BICKNELL FRANK W, City Editor The 
Iowa State Register, rnis 823 5th. 

Bickuell W Scott, brakeman C, R I & P 

■; Ry, btis Monitor House. 

Biddle Christian T (Riddle & Co), res 
130(5 Buchanan. 

Riddle John T, butcher, bds 1300, Bu- 
chanan. 

liuldle Miss Mary, bds 1300 Buchanan. 

Riddle Max. res 130(1 Buchanan. 

Riddle & Co (Christian T Biddle, Au- 
gust Haskamp), meat market, Gil e 
(J rand aye. , 

Bidwell C L, student Highland Park 
College. 

Bidwell T E, student Highland Park 
College. 

Bieghler Arthur C, see Western School 
Supply House, res 1(107 Locust. 

Bieglow Harry A, res 1308 18th. 

Biersborn George \V, student Drake 
Universit3 T , rms 2301) North. 

Biery Jacob, bricklayer, res e s 3()th. 

Bigelow Flora, student Highland Park 

' College. 

Bigelow Miss Nellie, student; Highland 
Park College, rms Wileoxeu cottage. 

Bigham Charles S, lab Edward Camp- 
bell, bds same. 

Bigham Wm II, elk C N W Ry, res 1301 
Fremont. 

Rigley John P, student Highland Park 
College. 

Bilby Amos M (Priebe & Rilby)i res 1M3 
12th. 

Bilby Miss Ora E, student Highland 
Park College, rms 1143 12th. 

Bilby Walter E, student Highland Park 
College, rms 1143 12th. 

Billings Clarence A, elk R (J Dunn & 
Co, bds 81") Walnut. 

Billings Frank M, painter C E MeCraj-, 
res oyer 815 Walnut. 

Billings James, trav-agt, rms 15 Reink- 
ing blk, : i 



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Blliigs Morrillo, machinist, '121 
cus t, reb same. 



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gs Sherman, wks Bj S Hibbs, bdjs 
Walnut. 

Billh gs [Worden L, cooper, res -121 .'e 
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Btlliu gsle|y Mrs Ellinor L, furn 
' |n>s|>17|4th. : ■ 

Bill|ii;gsley Jay, trav agt[ res 517 4jth. 
Billington Addie B; jburialist, res 14Qli 

Billington Thomas E, real estate, 1404 p 

jilth, res same. [ 

B^lz August, sign painter C E McCray, 

ibdii High cor 9th. ■ 
Bilz Joseph y, weaver,, its 520 e so 2dl 
Bilz Va^ntine, tailor,; 61p e so 6t)i, res 
} 'same. 1 ' ' 

Bjndpr 'Frederick R, _„_,_ 
I IWiitz'&scfns. res 1(^49 illth, 
Binder Miss Gertie, trimmer Louis 
| Kittner, bds 1049 lltln. 
Binder Thomas, rms 104P 11th 
Bngaman Miss Martha J, bds200S lOth 
Bingaman Miss Mary A. [bds 200810th 
B}n£ ham Frederick N,clli Harris-E 

|C(, bds 1510 12th. j| 
Bingham Wm H, delivery elk C & N \V 



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Bingham Fred W, student Highland 
| Pjfrk College. | ' 

l^iniham Minor L, elk Harris-Emery 
jCb, r(>sl5l0l2th. 

Bingham Miss Nellie, -tjeacher Summit 
jSfchocil, reslSlO I2tl\. 

Binjhehiier George L, in 

llJoCllk. , ^ f 

l^injkanl, Alfred, pressman Olsen- 

i I rinting Co, res 1029 I2th. 
Bitjlkard John U, paper hgr JohnMac- 

icar, res 153(5 Capitbl a've. 
BiiikaidMiss Kati^, ssndent Callanan 

I ("ollege, rms cor 12tW and Day. 
Biiikaifd Levi, pressman la Home stead, 

ires' 1,025 12th. . f 

Binkley Mattie (wid Christopher S}, res 

| iil8([ Walnut., | 

ijiiiniger Wm, driver Cady & Co, bds 

321 (» 4th 



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3 muko a specialty of Sidewalks and Dri vcwuy* J 




I^RAKE & BtjSSELLE, 

vflanraRoote 



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nk th« famous "GIL^oNITE ! . ,, tliu ( 
Anphult known for tms class of work 



200 Fifth Street, Xoungerman 

ROOFING MATERIAL FOR 
SALE AT LOWEST PRICES. 
SOLE AQENT3 FOR -OILSC 



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S MOINES, IOWA. 

"Bent Material of the Age 
for Monuments."- -Science. 



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esH, Fres't Des Moinjea IccjC 
, Ex Deputy Cduriiy Treasurer. 



DIRECTORY. 



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v Surplus and PptB, 

$10,000 



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Hii -chfiielcl; RoitWt, driver JK& 
' jCHlci-es^j red] 018 12th..; | ! 

liiid JBeujamtnjF, cigar*; mkr, rels An- 
il ebyse borlogan. \ \ \ t v l ' 

l(ird|Oha> es, butcher,! re? 1235 11th. 

ISid E if rank, lab, Liverpool MD M[ 
lacking Co, ids 623 e stfOth. ■! j I 
rd Miss E^lonpce, bds 1231 llthij 
rtl Freiiprich &, fireman C G W Ry, 

bs 1808 Walt lit. ■;.' ! t ; -. • ■ -| :t : 
1 George 1 , h\ icher, res 1127 Ends afo; 
I Janvji F;i: ib/ res 302 e Walnbt. •! 
Bijrl John, resi 1^31 ilthj. : . i 
Bir 1 John W, butcher PFjMorrisey, res 
.. i:27Eno£. ! • i. h i " ■ f 
M-dMilfcrd, diiver(R)eci $ine Transfer 

p- I, 1 ■. '■■^r : '- \]{ ■ i 

Bird Moman 13 \ lab Liverpool «s? D M 
l> ifcking Co, roi j 622 dsoiOth. ■ \ 

Hijn. Scliccfl, * ]Afss MJJpjNash trin, 
\\ oodlanp Ave se cor 2lBt. j i 

Bird Wm ; % trhif agt' re£ 010 3#. [ 

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Njirclsall 'Mrs Li 

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Biak hea<l. Ljouis 

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Bhming^ab, sfce 
Birn ingh^a n Fra 
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iJiroiy Walter H. JWM ., 

rfes R76 0ilf.. • -A | 
iirh).yWil?y,A(|c)l i d), 

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Me ft,! Btfenpa M6Cor- 
g Macliirie Co, refj 840 



i, cashier; The Kirk- 

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heriesa, student High- 

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Bfehir James 1 W, jclk, '^es 1006 Grand 

W e - - I i •: 

Bisnop Abel L, trav agt, rds 1605 e 
traqd ave..| , " ' j '■'. \ j j. 

Adelbert Ei driver Red Line 
ra'nbfer Cd, res 739 21st. | 

Alva J, waiter 1] F Frantz,* bds 
;h av^. : 

Bartoi W, plumber, res 1002 e 



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mr.' Witi 7f. t^ai^ agt, res:915 
ta!A!RI> BRCiS (Frank, Johr 

Pole <]),Mlt " " " 

Taki52S( Wafi 
HSII A'Rll ] JjAN l" 

^l[i la Loan ari 

toppa, la. | 
Fake lo, 

■wjjcft.N 1 *-.!. 
iishbrd Frank teikhard ^ros); r 



s and Fro pi 3 Plain 

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Trust bldg, 



pipved to Hew 

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^|(Bishaitd; : Br<)s), j 
(Bishardj Bros), 



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CHARLKS A ■ (Bishop 



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cpxer), Director Cpmmerci i\ Loan 
AiBociation, res 1700 4th. (tke page 

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Bis5xop OfarenceCVcar^p, res 12 $6 Jeff- ; 
i-^pn. I" j'. 1 ". i 

Bisnbp Miss Ella G, student Highland 

Pejrk Cbllege, bds 3702 5th. 
Bishop George. W, liab, res 417 k so 8th. 
Bisnbp [lenry C, stJtiog Wm M jVerhey 
' iSfCo, r'msl4Q2'28|d. ! 
Bisppp Joshua F, propr GA Advocate 

a,pd V^ R C Magazine, 120 4th, res 856 
■l'^h. ! : ' . f 

Bishop Julia W (wid Richard E), res 

1402 23d. .'■.. | r 

Bisjaop (Noah O, teamster, lids. 710 

m re h l != J ! 

Bishop Ferry (^, gardner,|res ss Easton 

BpuleVard; j j! [ 

Bishop Susan J (wid Jesse W), res 3^02 
'5tH. /F ' ' '.] ' ! 

Bishop Webster, salesman J D $eeber- 

geli rds 930 4th. ■ I | 

BISHOB WM P r Real Estate 50l Wal- 

T\\ii res 1306 lfch. , - 

BISHOP -M- WILCOXEN (Charles A 

Bishop, Wm M Wilc^xen),, Liwyeils 

6lp615-016 The Equitdble Bldgj 
Biss^|t Wm, Cook Harm an & Co, bds 

same. ■ , i, 

BittWfr Alfred,, student ; IOWA; BUSI- 
x\E|S COLLEGE. 

Bittirife Frank, elk E A .Hunter, :*es 707 
«#rti. . ", : ' ' ■.. , 

Bitting 1 arry C, marble cutter D M 
Marble and Mantle Co, res 1010 18th 



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CAP ITAL BUD S U RPLUS,, $230.0 00 

Hitting James, student IiJWA BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE. 

Hitting James R, paiuter,j res Euclid 
ave n xv cor Madison. j 

Hitting Mrs Jennie, tailoress, res 213 
2d. " ! 

Hitting Lincoln, lab, res n w cor West 
and Royee ave (West's Addition.) 

Hitting Simon S Gardener, res s s 
Easton Boulevard. 

Hitting Thomas A, trav agt, res n s 
of Euclid ave 1st so of Madison ave. 

Hittinger John K. student, bds 211 Hill- 
side aye (S DM). '..^ J 

Bittingerj John M, janitor Washington 
school! house, res 211 Hillside ave 

(s d M). : 

Hittle Joseph, earn C, R'l & P Ry, res 

7l0elfcUh. ! 

Hiviu Berrie (^vid John A), ijms31010th. 
Hivin Benjamin, farmer, rms 310 10th. 
Hivin Frank, i printer The la sfate 

Register, red 310 10th. 
Hivin Wm, student IOWA 

COLLEGE, i 
Bixby Charles! K, res 930 e 7th. 
Hixler Charles K, student Highland 

Park College | 

Hixler Miss jEttie, student Highland 

Park College. ]&■ 

Bjerke John C, Moved to Chicago, 111. 
Black Miss Aniia. bds 1003 e! Oth. 



Is 1332 Maple. 



Mack Miss Jennie, 

Hack John, bds 978 22d. 

Maiek John P, lab, Us 1126 21st. 

lack' John W, carp, res 516 2d. 

Hlajck Joseph B, carrier P O, bfls 1332 
Maple. 

Black Joseph G, stiident C C C 










li2G 21st! 

Black 1 Miss Julia E, 
versity, rms 1160 



C, bds 



studeut Drake Uni- 
27th. 

Black Margaret \md James), rnis 111 1 

•27th. ', | I 

Black Miss Nellie, lids 1.111 27th., 

Blfick Miss Rose, bds 10J14 LocuM I i 

Black Samuel R, janitoi* Alcott schciol, 
res 1008 e Oth. ! T 

Black Stella, student Drake University, 
ds s 1329 20th. j 

BLJACK SWAN (X)1l & MINING CO, 

Thomas Beck, Pies, Treas and Man 
alger; Thomas Bates, Secretary j 313Gth 
ave; tel 199 (see rig fit side l lir\es and 
jiage 137). 

Black. Samuel H, ab 
4l2-4th. 

(BIJACK WALKER M; $ee State 



BUSINESS 



j.nce Co, res 101c 



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BLACK DIAMOND COAL A[NI) MINING 

CO, Tsaac Brandt, President; J C 
Maey, -Trejisurer; C I) , Board man, 
Secretary; oiliee and yards 212 7th, 
{see piuje classified Coal Dfialers). 

Black Edgar K, eond C, 11 I & P Ry; res 
223 e 7th. *;! i 

Black Elizabeth J (wid Wm' A), res 1136 
21st. 

Black Miss Ella, saleslady Louis Tre- 
panier, bds 1008 e 9th. 

Black George 1 E. sec and treas A C 
Mount Broom Co. res 1210 e 9th. 

Black Rev George F. moved to Holtori, 
Kansas. , . i . 

Black James, teamster Perkins '& Per- 
kins, res 200 Madison (S 1) M). 



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^lst. (See tihbdsseil 
Hue front cover And Classified T ' 
knee (Jo's.X 

Black Rev Wm A, -es 1 

Black Wm L, city salesman Robdbwig . 
Schmidt factory of the American! Bis- 
cuit & Mnfg (|!o, j-es 929 e 9th. [ , 

Blackaller Charles, studeut D M ! Col- 
lege, bds 1512 Wishihgton. 

Blackaller George A, j elk Bectley & , 
Olmsted, bds 1512 Washington. 

Blackaller JelTrev, elk Bentley & Qliri- 
s|ted, bds 1512' Washington. | 

Blackaller ThomasS K, bkpr M Riegel- 
jnaii & Co, res 1512 WashirgtoTi. j 

Blackburn Charles! E, fmrber Q THa- 
jvorth, res 1549 e Grand ave. j i. 

Bljickburn Ephriam T, lab Merrill Brick 
Co, res 406 e 7thj ! , 

Blackburn FraJik El, elk G W Marqiiardt 
& Sons, rfsi020 9th. | 

BLACKBURN HAJRRX T, Ausis 

( 'ashler Qitizeus ' National Ba lkj 

1401 High. (Set oniside Jrom cover 
awl page 84.) . . |i J ' _ I . 
Blackburn John, lab, res Maury se 

90 20th. , h 
Blackburn Nannie! (wid James 1 

1401 High. 
Black burnj Matthew V (Blackburn & 

Jjenison), secEusiness Men's A;cci(jent 

Assn, rnis 210 4tH!.. 



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Illjickbura 
Bhick'bir* 
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Illackerby 
live 2d iv 

Lhicketer 

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I-li.ck.eter 

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liff ckbuni 
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Ernest M Jenisbn), pubg 

dal Trayeler. 312 Younger! 

'Wm.F.lltibjrea'Bioomfiei* 
if] Hillside ajvf} (S|> VI). *< 



are; res 
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^wstonj miner,, res , 111,0 

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Jjahies, Iao' The Nat Starch 
jrt s Chesterfield. ' 
Ai stin BJromer, res il5 8th 
Emil, carp, j res 1115 12th; 
\tisp Frances] L, stud 3Jpt; bds 



rx.neis M dairy, res 20th on 

f fct4 ' 'I J i . ' -. 

^ejjrge^ re|s lp77. Hth. 

issl Susan, bds 1077 |5th. 
iWsiar, bbtcher 15^6 € iGrand 



|l; si Fa ihie,i studen'i: High 



Lleg$ 
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ward Ai student H 



\ ill H, grocer, 526 * Court 
saiie. Ml": 

drGw J, bi|akeaianV res 110 5th. 
. orge, jminerj res n s e ' Grand 
jnr Fairam Jl; I 
lull H, lab, cor| 14th and Mul 




olesale dnaagists, 

214, 216 Second Sf 1 , DEB MOINES, IOWA- 



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INATION a]F ^HE EYE S, AND 



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liles Gejiplrge, Imin 

a ;e nw 

a ies Jo 

V-ny. , , , 

ales Mii;che|l, lab,|res:922 Scoi;t. • 

dies VVfti r Jf, ; lab, Uk o^e? 204 Mth. 

arburn Johi F(c61 r d); elk WFCraw 

Mrd, res ii08 lltliJ ,| ■ n 

abburn IfM .T (c^V6)\ porter Havery 

House, re3 lit 12 7th. i -' j 

agburn !Le v|s P (col'd.) janitor, The 

Equitable IBlqg, ris 817111th! > 

agg Harry <jXbri flayer, res 1386 e 

'3th., - . !■ i. '] !i : -:'| ■ 

air Alexanfe hdi\ 1215 10th. ': 

a r Almud (L elk, Ms $23 e 13th. | j 

a|r Miss, Wo de, oik, bds 223 e 13th. 
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LASSES ADJUSTED, 

To Correct all Errors of Be fraction. 

. Hi MBER, B.-q.. 207 Hi Fifth St., 

■ Iowa Loan and Trust Building, iear P, 0. 



M* AIR JOHN H y Sec Iowa 
!j!]Trust Co.^res 721 7th, (i 
tifrqntepver ami page 1)2.) 



ait Calvin C, 



carp tes223e 13 



aft CatheHri} (agei '53" ), died 
m\ 1893. r ^ r N 9 ' 



PWfST, 



STREET, 




aiij Edgar, moved to Cedar Kapids, la. 

aiil Miss Gertrudei florist !l-L Blair, 
res 1215 10th. I ] 

B lair Miss Jennie, bds 223 e 13th. 

B air John C, printer la I [omestiead, 
1007 Scott. I 

Loan and 
. . /."Ice outside 

Jfrcpt cpver and page 1)2.) 

BLAIR RUPUS L, Florist, 306 6th ave, 

| Hi 12 15 10th. 

JjjaiD Victor, tuoved to*Chica?o, 111 
BJaii Wm M, lab, res 1052 Et.os. 
l^Iai^deli Eugene, student D M College. 
Jftaifijilell Irwin R; collector V^hite Line 

I (Transfer Co, rms 42 The Iliad, i 
BlkisldelllJudson S, grain dea er, rms 42 

''flip Iliad. j 

iaisdell Rae A, student D M College. 

Ikise M (age 31)^ died Marci 22, 1893. 
B kis£ Z John (Burke j& Blaise) res 1530 
; wlf . ■ , ■ ■ !' 

Bjljikf.MissjAnnft, opr. Cent [al Union 
•'IXeLCo, bo^s 823 e Cduk avel 
Blkk6 Eugene L, lawyer, 49Clapp Blk. 
.'fci 1149 9th. c j 

B)ak6 Henjy W. eng,|res sw cor Pres- 

:|!cotp Drive^j and Clifton ave S I) M)j, 
Bl&ke LeadderH, riremau Louis Har- 
:';lWh,rms|223 3d. j. , ' 1/ 
B]ake|Lee K, wfper C &W round house, 
I jjl ds w s Pi-escott Drive (S DM). 
Bjftko! Miss| Lorretta student Drake 
i iUnlversity, bds Clifton Heights. 
Bmke! Miss) Lottie, student' Highland 
i #atfe College, bds 533 6tf ave. 
B^kfiliL Hj student IOWA BUSINESS 

(COLLEGE, bds ! 310 Grand a>e. 
Bjakd Martin, carriage paiiter bds 
'Shamrock House, i 
BkkejMiss Minnie, stqnog 13^ Coluni- 

M&i HottiCo, rps i0 Troatfel Blk. 1 
BjaWMfs M Jennie,, fpropr Industrial 

ilE>fchange 533 6th aVe, res same. 
Blake jOijweU, res 533 6th ave. j 
BMce J Thomas, hostler G £ |:ing, b'ds 

33d and Grand ave. 




I Blake Thomas, jab, 507 8th. 

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E. J. HOH^ERGER, 

508 EASTiLOCLST STRECT. 



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Blake William !H, eng C G W Ply, bits 

Aborn House. 
Blakely Edna, domestic 704 0th ave. 

Blakely Mrs Emma C, student DM 
College. 

Blakely Miss Fannie, student Highland 
Park College. ■ i 

Blakely Miss Lottie M„ student UJigh 
land Park College. • 

Blakely Miss . Mary, student Highland 

Park College. ! . i 

Blakely Prestou B, student I)M:Collegej. 

, Blakeley W M. student IOWA BUSl)- 

^ J NESS COLLEGE, i 

^O / Blakemau Miss Eva M, student, U\B 
!~ / ; 2007 Cottage Grove ave. 
Jg ^ Blakemau Wtjii X, res 2007 Cottage 

- ! Grove ave. | ! 

^co V iBlakes Lewis, student IOWA BUSINESS 
COLLEGE. 
Blakeslee Charles 1), elk J 1) Seeberger, 

bds 1005 Capitol ave. 
Blakeslee John, lab, res 1315 e.Walimti. 
Blakeslee John II, moved to Oskaloosa, 
La. ' \ ■ . > ] 

BLAKESLEE JOSEPH, all kinds of 
House Moving and Brick Work, 23 
years' experience, res 1005 Capitol 
ave. } 

Blakeslee Thomas M, Prof Mathematics 
and Astronomy 1) M College, res 1820 
r Washington. * : 

Blakey Simon (col'd), lab. res 808 Oak. 
Bfauchard Mi$s Ella C, teacher E D M 
High" School, bds 1215 e Walnut. ; 
Blancliard -Henry E, elk J M Day, res 
1215 e Walnut. ' j 

Blancliard Himry II, wks The {S T at 
Starch Mnf<* Co. res 1701 e Court ijve. 
Blancliard James II, cigars and tobacco, 

113 e 5th, res over 518 e Grand ave. 
Bhinchard Peter P, teamster, res |713 

e Court avei ' ' | 

Blancliard Win, lab Capital City Gas 

Light Co, res 013 2a. \ 
Blanchard Willis S, lab, bds 1703 e 

Court ave. | j 

Blanhensee Max, lab, bds 111 Deaut 



ine Clothiers, Hattys and Furnishers. 

\D. M.JOHNSQN & SON, 
61? Walttat St. 



Jlau 
Deiw 

Wan 

111 

i 



lensee Miss Mary, weaver 



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BLI 



, bds ill 



lensee Minnie (vpid Gustav f), pes 
Dean. 

ilank Jennie, wks Mferritt & Busji, l|ds 
218Jc4th. i 

ilank Frank, secoijc hand gds, 310 
Walnut, res 212 e p,h. 

Mank Morris H, printer Rowen Br 
held 212 e 4th. 






.Manketer Wm, lab 



Van Ginkel (jJoa 



CD 



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CD 

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Mining Co, res ^Sevastopol.) 

Masd!el Judson S, niugr C B Cofagdoh. 

\&\\6 t les The Iliad. 

Ulasd^U Betsey (wid Win), 'res 13: JO Bu 

I chain an. 

Blashiir Miss Hattie, si udentDeslyloiiies 

; Coljege. 

rMattner Alexander, tiav agt T A [Mans 

! held, bds 2808 Bratt eboro ave. 

Mattiier Jacob, res2803Brattelboi}o ave 
jBlaughman James, lap, res 118 jnuid 



os, 



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Mlayney Heurv II, j w 
I Shops; res lll)8 12th. 
[Bleallby Earl L, sti 

Bleckinan Emil, carp, Ires ill 5 12 



IBleicli 



August, dab, i'es| ,1 183 3d. 
rk Alfred 



dent [Highland 



W 



tii. 

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Qes Moines Goal Mini! 



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res 



Bleicli Herman F, el 

mer, bds 1183 3d. | , . 

Bleich John J, lab, bd| life3 3d. , 
Blenson Charles, lab, |ms 001 e ljst. 
Blessi lg Josie, domjistjic 004 7th 
Blessi lg Lee, O, horse trainer, b4» n 

'Grand ave 1st w of Fair ave 
Blew Ernest, book agt, bds 3712 {1th. 
Bliss 1 Albert, N .(A I N Bliss & Co), 

1310 Woodland ave. , \ 

Bliss Alviu, llagman, res GOG 12th.' 
Bliss 1 N & Co (Albert N Bliss \, whol 

frhii s, 203 2d. - | 

Bliss Bert B, cashier Union Bldg & Bay- 

ings Assn, bds (544 lfcth. ' ; 

Bliss Charles A, 'lab res over 101$ 

Gra id ave. 
Bliss Frank E, woodworker Kratzor 

Carriage Co, res 11 ijth. 
Bliss Fred M, cond, re^644 18th. 
Bliss George S, stiiden; Highland Park 

College. 
Bliss Harry, lab D M Brick Mc fg Co, 

bds mt hand Terrace aye. I ' 
Bliss Josiah, elk mailiagidiv P O, bds 

54i)i pth ave. '' 

Bliss Miss Sadie L, oprWU^TelCo, 

bds j)08 e Grand ave. 
Blitz August, student Highland Fjark 

College. 
Blixt Alice (wid Frederick), res ftlp jjth. 




B 



Jlock Louis, 
Mock Moses 

nve. 
l*bck 



,0 



coacl 
trav 



kllock Abraham (liloW &< Heynl ani, rep- if: 
f r Atlantic Ia[ H It . > 

manjl221.Lo3ust. , 
agt, ; res 161 i> Grand 





1. 

1 

II 




i uiseum, res De\^oy fiirm ft of| e 14th. 

loom phurlu 

11 Go,' res V 02 Peiiua ave, 



on 



&j H iv.ma 
. enry 'He 1 man) 
ilbdgett Anfla, do 
lilbdgett My 
5>h<>e Mnfg 
IJlptpquist Aiidrew 
lid n of Easton P 
iponiquist CI 
lard 
j ( IJlQiiiquistE\ 



, (Abraham Block, 
fclotjhing, 22!i4th.. 
iest|c 1344 e Walnut. 
, trav-agt The D M 
Co, r£s 833 -8th. 



fcib; res w s 



ace.; vi 
a'jjlts, car$ rms 1^2 Sfcep- 

a, domestic John Jl Rock- 



-.Viroll. 

lflimquisj Fiank R bib, bds Andrew 
Blomquist i Eastern Place). 
ij>od Edward, police Won lorland 



s K; aiotohieer 



leter 
. is 81$ Locufet. 
MLO0!H£K TI 

smi;hicg, H 
Wafcon Muf 



fi 



oiii Henry, wagon maker 4o5 3d, res 

h oiii Henry jr, carp Capital City 
l'laping Mill Co, res 816 3d. 
ldoni"Herman(ag4 1 [l 18j), died Decem- 
ber 15th,. 18)2. j 
IJIdoif John, miner! rcs:00|«o so pith. 

A\ary 8 (wil Jjolh), bds 1000 
ive. ■■• ■ ' ; ■' ' 

A, slilespian Y^upker 
Locujt. i | , > ' 

0$Xti JVji General Rlack- 
>rse S hoer, (unrvlaee and 

MlAiK . "' 313 §h, tes[84l.Ame. 

P^LO0MF^ELI| COAf AND ^INfb CO, 



SOFT GOAL, 

First and tionrt Avenue.' i 



Wilbur 



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"HINTING. 

. 5:)6 - 008 / 
\ i ocust st I 
\ ursnciNts / 



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Pamplflets, 
Ifw Briefs, 

►B Blanks, 
Society Printing, 
! Catalogues. 



MStR 



, ._ JU IT 

Johh Wilson Pre , George Ifyjnsoti 
See, Claries S Wd th 'jinks an ffiWr 
317 4tli and (106 e }VMu& (Sk right 
top ior x cnrdt ? and \ mg& 142). 
ooniiield Da ry,L4 Wilsot pro pr Clif- 
ton lave^ nea - s> ,cji;y limits. 
oss 'Ma; 7, dcmestta G22 0th avti, 
Qtc|y AbralamJ j tray rigtM.ndels- 
sbhi & H\oU ky, 310 CJrifct avd. 

otckyrarryfMen^Nh^^ -Blotcky), 
res 208 10th. I .,' j] ! j 1 "i p 

otcky Isaac, move'd tolOrnaha, NebJ 
otckjy Jacob, wholesale notions, 209 
o Walnut, re i sanik ' r Y 




otcky Josep 
up' Joseph 



li 

y 

sdc 



, moyted to OjnahL N^b. 
* ) salesman Randall & 
. „, test JO 16th. j | 

JJEXINE |[IAN$FER CO, -.dyes & 
Wes Propr; 309: 5thl(see %ahe opp 
tywftr Co}). 1 1 ■ i - ] ■]. 

B^njkmin <\ mash, res 1408 Wood- 
ud a\je. 

Elizabeth <wid 
^(i/T)., 



Abraham), res 




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e*. 



piyMisi HattieJ bds Mrs Elizabeth lily. 

JlJly Henry, packer Patrick d Lutlio Co, 
jHrms 717 Mulberry. , 

Wly MiH*| .johi«, Htudont ChMhiihii Col- 
lege, Ids 1203 High. 

llyMiriKra'nk.H elk Police Court, n».s 

ilyljjr Frederick H,!<|river AllcNulty & 

,Co, Tes822o 13th; ! 
ilyler Jonathan, real estatu, res 1018 
'Buchapan. | ' j 
JJ'na^ Jeshurum Congregation (Hebrew 
j Syfiagbgue), 8th swf cor Pliasant. 
|J3aJs Miss Ella M, seamstress, bds 910 
^Sc6tt. I ; 

B)ali Miles W, boxmjjr, bdsh)10 Scott. 
BpaM Earnest, lab, re$ 100 e Raccoon. 
ppani Louisa (wid Chnstiaii), rus 100 
"« Raccoon . . 

OF POLK 

Uhairmau; 
^ v . , , ,--i, vJoirt House. 

^OAEDM^N CHARLES' I), Bee Black 

" {Diamdnd Coal and! Mining Co, res 
1332 0th lave, (see pqgQ classified Coal 

,{pealerp.) j! [ • ' 

Boat Cornelius, elk Bebiley 6t Olmsted, 

Hres 1218!Crocker. f 
Bbatwright Ambrose] wks Walkers 
1> |f prio'kybrd, res e so|20th svrcorRac- 
'j'foon,- .; ■■ ; . 

ilfflberg Miss Christihk student IOWA 

^BUSINESS COLLEGE, bds 1121 

I^Penna ave. J 

I^qbergjlans, carpet j weaver, res 1121 
i Peqna ave. 1 

Bidberg Ifiger, student High and Park 

r College. I ,' 

Rdberg John, lib Nat Cracker Co, res 
i imiPjmnaave. | 

^te^x! 1 "' 8tllden t IOWA I USIK£SS 
.'(^OLLEOE.. :i> 

Bjbjbo Mdses, lab, res 408 e so ^ th. I 

Jjdbzin C!hristoph, labjires w a 85th bet 

; i,North land Forest ay4. '' 

Bd^kenttien Miss Annjiel dressmk ::, ibds 

P 




12 e sb 7th. 



BobkentJlpein Friedeiricileng (i, R I & 
.y,\ret 512 e so 7th. 



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517 .3b4TCr3LiS:B:EB : iB.-2", 



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ld)9 COURT AVEnIUE 



DES MOINES CITY piRECTORY. 



CHASE & WEST, 



Furniture, 



Curtains ^ Rags. 



BEST STOCK IN THE CITY. 



NO. 213 WEST FOURTH STREET. 



O, billiards and barber 
res 221 "6 Oth. 



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Boden Miss Elizabeth J, uurse, rins 1019 
10th. 

Bodenheimer Jlacob I, moved to Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Bodiue Emile,' tjuls 041 e 2d 

Bodine Margaret (wid Andrew) bds 041 
e 2d. 

Boehler Albert 
100 e Walnut, 

Boehler Audilesv, elk, res 100 e Court 

ave. . ; 

Boeliler Anna, seamstress Israel Bros, 
bds 910 Cherry. ' s 

Boehler Charles! A, res 100 e Court ave. 

Boehler Charles F, motormau D M St 
RK Co, res 010 Cherry. ! | 

Boehler Maggie (wid Joseph), bds 01,0 
Cherry. ' | 

Boehm Thomasj cond Cj G W Ky, rms 
519 Locust, j i I 

Boese Miss Elsie, seamstress, bds 1108 
4th. j 

Boise Minnie (wid Abert), res 1.108 4th. 

Boesen Anna, domestic 1210 Pleasant. 

Boesen Mary, domestic 1210 Pleasant, i 

Boganwright George, farmer (Bloom- 
field township), res se $ sec 18. ! 

Bogart George, tread Iowa Nat Build- 
ing .& Loan Assn. res Shenandoah, 
la. ; ! 

Boggess Miss Lillian, elk Lang Bros, 
bds 010 High. 

Boggs George W, travagt, bds 714:17th. 

Hoggs John K, lab, res 330 Pelton |ive f 

Boggs -Win II, car repairer D M U Ry| 
res over 320 e 5th. i 

Bohaunan .Jesse II (col'd), lab, rms 415 
0th. • i | 

Bohannan Anna (cord), domestic, rms 
415 9th. .' 

Bohrer Miss Rebecca, bds 012 Euclid 
ave. : ' - ; i 

Bohstedt Miss Minnie, asst Dr George 
Royal, rms 1235 0th ave. 

Boian Ernest F, wks J K.& W'H Gil- 
crest, res 100 Raccoon. I 

BOIES HON i HORACE, Governor of 
Iowa, bds Sa very House. 



ess, 



BOL 



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14 



Bojenga Frederick, lab, Ids Des Moines 
House. . ' 

Bolden Albert L, cook, reni7Ciestnut. 

Iteldriek John N, draughtsman C 
. Cross & Co, bds 804 21sjt. 
toldriek Richard H, contractor 
21st. .1 

itoles Mi.es, lab, rms 547 5th avB. 
itolin Otl o, lab, rds 413 Dos Moiaes. 
tolinger Henry E tBolingc r & Hillister), 

res 1014 20th. \ ( ..' ! 

tolinger & Hollister (Henry E Rolinger, ; 

J Harry Hollister), grocers, 1215. 2,5th. 
tolle Hattie, student iHfghlaqd Park 
College^ 

fresco 



paintpr T I 
ave. 
212 4 Grarid 



' 



umbing 



.toller Alfred W, u ro ,w 

Stiver, res, 212 ^ Grand 
toller H« ns, plumber, res 

,ave. I 

toller Jchn, pluijnber D M P 

Co, res 212 e Grand ave. 
Boiler Amelia (wid Jacob), res 

Grand j,ve. 
Boiler Th30(]ore, plumber D M 

ing Co, res 212 e Grand uve. 
Boiler Win L, fireman C G W 

1441 Grand ave. . { 

Lollman Bertha (wid Frederick), ■ res 

1505 Mulberry. | I 
lfollmau 15 Albert, coaclimjan F 

bell. J 
ljollman John A, salesman WoQdb- 

bins Carpet and Furniture 

1332 25th 



212. e 

Plumb- 

, •' < *■ 
Ry, res 



C Hub- 

Bib- 

G\), \ res j 



310 e 



5th I res 

Ry, res 

res 217 

> . 
arbjich, 



l ; olon Robert C, jeweler, 

S'ime 
lolster Wm, cond C,,R ll & P 

1221 e-Cpurt ave. 
Lolten Elizabeth (wid Jehu), 

Short. 
1 lolten Miss Lena, bds 217 Short. 
Lolten lth nehardt, upholsfr \j H 

bds 217 Short. 
Lolten JVili, printer, bds, 217 Shbrt. 
Loltou Mrs Ann K, dressmkr, res pver 

ill 8* 10th. 
Ipolton Miss Carrie E. elkj Dr % J Mc- 

Gorrisk, bds 918} 10th. 
iMton C L, student Hi£hlan{l Park 

College. 
Bolton Homer J elk, bds 513 Pen 
Bolton Jehu; wks Iowa Pipe 
9 Co. res )32eG'th. 
ljtolton Kittie, student IOWll BUSINESS 

COLLECE, bds 018* 10th 



lltoltou Lafayette, 

The Ilia 1 
lltojton Leander, hardware 



bkpr L ;D Bolton, 



and pre 
res 710 e 



s Des* Moines S 
5th 



na ave. 
& Tile 



res 



524 e [Loqust, 
oap Works, 



■I 



Royal Heating Co., 



CAPITOL A 



iir 



BOLTON 
tf ACfifc, REED 



HEATERS, KOYAlti FUR 
WATER HE ATJRS. 

A. 



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BOLTON LEWlSj, tfardware ; 413-415 



eCth. res t 
liiolton Lloyd 

Bolton Phoebe 
Pen na ave. 

Jom6oy Miss 



it|Ili!ad. 

l|, student, bds 7l|6 e 5th. 
(wiclj Evan U)l 



CtiRISON & LEE, 

MGRS. 



res 5131 

r _„ | ittie-ljds 13^0 Cthave; 

Jtomer Ebeni'^, contractor, res |2505 
j . Cottage Grpy e aye. j 
jUomerj Francis A, res 1031 22dJ 
: Bonier John E, carp, 'res 2114 
L Grove' aye.'. V.'il ,; ■: . , 
;1 Joiner Joseph Ej contractor; res 1163 
'" .tilth. 1 - \{ ■' II I ■ :' A .'" ■ 
ISon Florence] c omestic 614 6th ave. 
HON TON RESTAptiANT, liarry 

Wilson ProW,80K«0l)'L6ou8t! 
lion bright Charles H, 'salesman Ains 

worth & BoMfogHfc res 1322 IJigh. 
Honbright Joni S|j(Ainsworth 

bright), res 1Q66 #2d. < 






CUSTOM JMJADte SUITS 

$15,001!^ UPWABDS 

316 SIXTH! AVp. 



DENTIST • 

l j ' ! 

1 ' 

or Stacth and Wa nul: Streets 

f \ H ' ! : ' ' ! ' 

Cottage : |j>yfe CONTINENTA LJCL )THINQ STOBE. 




B6oko4/rhomas k J ; 
''i chlanah ' 



& Bon- 

Emery 

bds 840 



so 5th; 
ids 609 



i'ond Alfred II,! salesman Harris 

Cot res 1040 lifth.j [ : .'.' 

Fond CharlesJ elk L B Thomas, 

16th. ' : [ I ' ijH ! ; 
Bond Mrs Farjn e, res l()40 16th. 
:!1 pnd Miss Grkcj Lj clk:8 H Worcester, 

res 1040' 16th. 
ijond Henry '({, Jab j'Liverpool and D M 

Packing Co, ns 00;ie so 10th. 
Jond J^mes y Y, carp, res 610 e 
\\\ond Matilda (v|id j George T), 

Bondilrantj Claries B, jstudent -Drake 
, University, 1 ad j 231J5 North, i r 

M>ne jUharies |S, miisjc teacher, £20 5th, 
res samp 

rfunhaniUiissEilnil 

Abbett, hds 325 3(1. 
Monifleld Wilsbn S [(Bqaitield & Robin 

son), res 1312 York ' : i 

tyniiield iz Rob nsoh (Wilson S Bom 

Held, Jo(i^) Robinson), co4tr|{|ctof8, i 



Boose' Johp M,: lab, res i so $0th 2d n oi 

l.ilScbtt.:. " 

ifectionery, 308 e 1 
i res71JU8th. 



Jootjh Edmund E,- co 
"1 5th, rqs 'san^e 

rati 



lal, re9 1501 Bu 



lad 



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1109 Filnic _ 

3nneU Ursill \,A(md Job P), bds 1404 
e 9th. • ' • I ' ; ■ ■ 1 : 

linnet Mrs A rianda, bds 719 |l5tl / 
Ujnne'tt.Miss Grjict ; bkpr David Hun 



Bpotjfi Gfeorge E, tr 

Booton Wesley L move$ to Clarkson- 
ville, la. . '■ I • 
ooth Wm M, bkpr, res 1835 5th. 
iooti Nathan PL [bkjir Thi National 
Starch Mnfg Co\ res 9£ 6 8t!i. ! ' 

botpnJohn O, printer Dally la "Cap 
dital, rnjs 1197 13th. jj r | : 

Bpoton Miss Josie HJ br inter, rnis 1197 

Bbotbn Mrs Samantha (ag4 62), .died 
J,ApHKf,1893. [ | I ' 

BbotbnMiss Viola H.'teEcher, rms 1197 
V|13b(i. :| .-■•,. i ; : r 

Hbrdahlliev.Ole E, pjastor Evangelical 
iljLutherun church. r6s!7)4 Walker. i 
^order Charles L.*bk binder Carter & 
Hi^ssey I bds 1211 pes |V! oiu^s. 

Ax6l, elk John! Bo rg, bds HQ0 e 
irt avei • ] ' ' 



■4 Co 
i res same. 



Jbhp C, grocer, 



fer, rms 141^ 8th. 
Ibn hettj Bex ^.<3tu 



NESS COJiLJM 

mney Miss (Oi 
12thf 

^nnieksoli C$rif 
26, 1B93.3 
k)dy Ge 



\] 



cjenti IOWA BUSI- 

IE, bds &]1 5th. • 

)ha,l stfenog, r<;^ 1602 

K (jage 20), di(^|l Feb 



^rgejl A ,agt ^ew York Liffe 
Ins^p 1 , desHl2 %h. : | 

ijok Charles fe, .itudenti IOWA BUSI- 
, NKSS C('LLEG^ ? Wds ^203 Grand ave 
5)okdut qbofjbr Cjidlkl bdsll5pi Bu 
chaniin 




1400 e court ave, 
sam'e. ' . ] j 

fB^rgbsoh Andrew, dairyman, res w s 
iJjbie ave 4th n of { -JRussel (Chester- 
liieirt).'!. 

BOrkson Andrew, carp, res 765 Park. 
B6rr6' Nelson H, janitor State House; 
1k-esl54fJLyon. " j i . 

I|6rr6w Melinda, tailqres? Israel Bros, 
:[ bdt. 81 (|' Pleasant. ' j ! 

BbrttnMss Etta, wks D M Laundry, 

bds^O* (M(SDM)i I I 

Bbrtf n H^y W, lab.lbdi 12()8 2d (S I) 

ttiM). ■ i ' ' T ' ' 

$.6rttn John O 

Ptg Co| res) 111)7 

i)rtc n Maggie (w 

(si'Mk' , 

rissert David M, tr4y £gt .Frederick 

Fie d & Co. bdsMudger's Hotel! j 
Bdssert John G, la|b JB^: cGcTrisk.bds 
n 130 > Admins (S,D M)j j 
Bjjstroni Mary, do|mes[:ic ^135 10th. 






sSteam 



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pripter] CQmmercial 

13th. 

id Jol|n), res 1^08 2d 




O/i 



'OJSfiS 



£S At 

PLa/nsiNG co. 

719 W. LOCUST BT. 
TBLKpHCfti 611. 



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W. A. STEELE, Propria 

, 209 W, SO. 

BOS 



or, Des 

THIRD STREET. 



DES MOINES CITY IciRE 



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ARCHITECTS. 

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Financially responsible. 
Thirty-five years experience. 
References: Many hundred buildings through- 
out the middle and western states. 
We arc ii;>t perfect but we pay for our mistakes. 

PARTIES DESIRING) TO BUlLO WILL 
DO WELL TO CALL AND SEE US. 

\xJ. R. PARSONS & SON; 

805 Equitable Building, i j 

BOSTON CUT RATE SHOE STORE, I? 

Rattray & y Proprs GOG Walnut. 

{See left top 'lines). 

Boston Miss Louise, wks Mi Sheiiernuin 
& Bros, bds 001 e 1st. 

Boston Wm, lab JK&iv 
res 7.1 G Cherry. 

Bostwick Jane" A (wit! Will), bds 1440 
Des Moines., 

Boswell George, miner, bds 1721 Capi- 
tol ave. 

Boswell George II, bricklayer, res e s 
Tickeuor 2d n of Easton Boulevard 
(Eastou Place). 

Bosworth Sarah A (wid Augustus), 
moved to Chicago. ! 

Both Frank,: student Highland Park 
College. V" i 

Botkin Abram H, city inspector, res 
1330 e Walnut. 

Botkin Margaret J (wid Rev Jesse), res 
018 7th. 

Botsford Miss Oarric, laundress, Tes 787! 
,11th. i 

Botsford Miss Dora, tailoress Posner's 
pants factory, bds 787 11th. 

BotsfordGH, novelty goods 012 Wal- 
nut, res same. 

Botten John (age 48), died October 4th, i 
1802. 

Bottenfield Harry, harness mkr" I) 'M' 
Saddlery Co, bds 1320 28th. 

Bottenfield Jane (wid Win), res 1326 
28th. 

Bottenfield Jesse, harness mkr I) M 
Saddlery Co, bds 1320 28th. 

Bottenfield Joseph D, printer, res 1320 
27th. ! 

Bottenfield Lyrnan S, Prof Drake Uni- 
versity, res 1303 27th. 

Bottenfield Wm H (Day &' Bottenfield), 
bds 1320 28th. 

Bottiuger George, moved to Hamilton, 
Ohio. * . 

Bottomley Thomas E. harness mkr Wj 
EDippert, bds 1115 Locust. 

Bottorti" Mrs Mae, seamstress TIL- 
DEN'S SHIRT FACTORY, bds 7th, se 
cor Chestnut.' 



ioudewyns 
MnfgCo, 

ioudewyns 
^mith, res 
road. 

^oudewyns 



Albert, wks| lj> 
res 1351 1 e 9th. 
Frank J, horseshoer 

cor 40th abtf BjBavejr bain 

Miss Mary, seamstress 



Shoe 
James 



Youuker Bros, bds 312 Gn,ud nv^l 



Boudewyns 



Peter, harness mkr, :*es cor 



40th and 1 leaver Dam road 



Boudinot F 



Boulgar David, miner Gijbsor rlfcoal 

mine, res '!23 e 2d. ] 

Boulgar John, miner, res 625 fljitford 

ave (S D M). , . | i ] , | 

Bouplon Miss Jennie, elk Baird ppi&t- 

rich, res 7(^9 Walnut J . 
Bourne Edwm F, route agt L 

Co, res 1337 7th. 
I iourne Geoifee W, bkpr, bds 
Lousermau George Wi stud 

University' bdsll0*8 &4th. 
liouttell Harry (coi'd), porter 

Barber Shop, rms same.- 
lovee Miss Lulu BJ teacher, 



unice Y, student 



BUSINESS COLLEGE, rms Pclk, 

cor e 12th 



i 



WA 

niv 




ave. 



Equity 

t 

b|b 1022 



th 



il 

; 25th 

jFovee Otis Mj, res 1022 25th. 

II oven Barney H, bk binderl veb 1183 

I 7th. ; ■ 

ibovey Jamesi moved to Mibnaap6^s 

iHovey Wm.M, barber, 323 Wn nu T 

! 309 9th. 

JBowden, see qlso liawden. 

JBowdeu James N, contractor^ rejs 

I eOth. ■ I 

iBowdish Asa A, elevator boy £ [arris 

V Emery Co, res 9106th ave. ' I j ' 

Bowdish Charles R, janitor, bds 91(> Gtl 



jds 



1121 



owdish Gepilge H, janitor, res OGjGth 

ave. | i -l ! 

Bowdish Mrs Sarah, res 910 6t|i aye 
Bowe Mrs Jennie P> res 1#04 ' 
Bpwen Barney, bk binder ila 

Co, res 2212 Washington ave 
B|o\veu Benjamin W, prdpr 

Commercial College, res 133 

ave. . . 

3 wen Calvin C, student, res 1365 fejith 
3owen Charles A, elk The Brad street 

Co, bds se cj)r 19th and CrockeT. h 
I OWEN CROM, Lawyer, G03 Yoiii^er 

man blk, res| 946 2d. . 



Printing ■{ 

• Il 
People's 

Cmitol 

I 



Jpwen Edwin 

yes 693 18th 

3owen Henry 



L (Bowen, Regur & 



C, student IOWA 



iNESS COLLEGE 
Bowen Iris A, carp, res 1041 22J1. 



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FULTOH FISH CO.. 



36wen John Ft farmer, s sMadiso 
be of Highland Park College.! 



usi- 



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810 Kightl 



AND SALT FI 



TERS, CLAMS And lobsters. , , 

tteet. Telephone 3^2 




l.owen Wicnlas tea&ste *, res 1221' 

i f7. .J i. J ! '■'•!►,■. . - i ■ ; 1 



r jFrem 9 nt J , 

|,I IOWEN1 WM, | Tnashreir Iowa Electric 



L>&LIYBB\ED IN AN] 

DES MOP E 3 ELECTRIC C 

. " , Otifct j Sid Ttforkd. 105) 



!W 



806 Arling 
led Electric 

ase iJnivers- 



and Construction Co 'res 

ill tbn ave. i'4 ee page class 
Supplies.) | ■• j | ji 

ll)owen Vy^m M, st identity 
ity, rnis iSOl 25 ;h. 

fjowen, Regbj & Co (Ddwjji LjBowen,;i 
Win field S Reg ir), grain 
la Loan and ^r ik bl<j&. 

Uower 'Jaco p] [j J, r eal "es'tjat 



te 



12th. 

•Uower J^rs-Lgjia,- Ms Mjun£er'& 
dry, res 11 J Was hiogtlo i ape 

iHow|er ^arftilret-ffi* !(wi(f Wm 



DE£ MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 




QUANTITY 






FOR til 



, _,. ,-~ -, F>URJPO&^ 

A*I> Atli KINDS Of MAUIUIvisit*., 

JBANY,- •■■.....* JdA.f" 
bestnut Si reet. W*st Side. 



TV 



J. A. tOLflt, .General manager, 



b6y 



185 



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ow|er AJIargiDret j 
1202 Grand Ave. 



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powers |Claii] ( j stideut Higilatd Park 
( wi4 [Alexander), 



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owersDiaufi 
Locust) 
Mowers ; Ida 
CQlleg^ 
owers. dames' 
bds; 78i lOi.ffi 

|iqwejrs't|ohi 
oth 

JJ owers v 



?84 



lowers 

clist. 

Mowers \YiIl 
122 Ri( 



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10th 

Airs 



(ibwles I I'erjrj 1 
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1110 a 
Laun^ 

H), res 



UBING tlie jpast y^jar [TH^ 
LIFI! paid to iti\ po icy Jliolderj* the 
>um of*2O,000.b00ranl sifice thjj or 
Vanizatioi of the Company n 184 
normous Lsnni of nearly $350,0003 
as paid to policy holder -i more foi 
olhir received than an) otlie • Com) 

FLEMING BROS., managers, 
Elooqis 101 a'lid 102 Iowa iioaij anq |f rust Bldi; 



MUTUAIi 



J the 
000. 
each 
any. 



)ds 1005 
tudleW Higlilaud Park 



E, cashier Lang Brcsj 

I' 1 • ' ";. 
!J5witjchman,*bds 114 e so 

CjL| jdalcor Irving' school,; 

e, domestic ill 9 Lo 



fitttt 

A, 



mounted .poli.ee] res; 



H.cirp, res 842 10th. 
aiiin V, brick layer, res s s 

e Gran^jl aVe,|4th < v of Fairgrou id ave. 
Jtowliu Mia. Idpmekic] 1327 9tlu 
BoMtn 1 mi|d domestic Woodland ave, 

s^c0rpt2fM.< T I 

Wlm Martha, domestic 20U[PLeasant. 

p^lsby Janies F, co'dk Henry Dmmau, 

res;827 2Cth. ' || . •' 1 

owlus Millard M, riav agt, 1 rbs 1004 

lvuos av l e. i ; I !l I 

Agent 

„--,-- r -*anee C]o, ovei 

Ipwa^ktioniillBtiuk rms 945 3d (set 
outside fronticove* wd front pkfje V) 
; JpWmaa rt " ! -- ,il " '' ■ * J 

Emery 
)wman Erl 
house, )ds 



JOY ty[A>* MARTIN T^V, Manager Wash- 
^ injjton Life Insurance < 3o, 2or 4th and 
W ilnut over Iowa Nat oual Bank, res 
21J Scliojol. (.See Ufilou oi hide front 
coyer and front page 

Washington Life Ins 'Co.ofN " 




V). 

Y. Assejsj $12,500,000. 

Tli^lr | ioIIc i^s are easily 

defined: They are.non- 

forfeltaDle; l^ey are un- 

rdstrfcttd as to residence 

ahdi}ra\'el a :cer 2 years; 

tJneyj are incontestable 

aftep 2 yeaja; they are 

secured by an Invested 

resolve; the; '[are solidly 

backed by bonds and 

mortgages, f rist lientf on 

real jes, ate they are 

; j ; safer tl an 'all road s*e 

urities: th^y afe not alffec:cd 3y the stock 

jtna.rket; the|yj are betteillpaj Ing Investmen'tH 

[than U. S. bonds, they] are less, expensive 

jtjhan assessment certiildatei ; tidy are more 

liberal than (the law require s; tiiey aredefi- 

t nlte contracts; they (iontaln guaranteed 

[dash surrender values for the fqll reserve; 

-immediate settlement of all 

.... T* V., llojivman, Itlntfr for 

.. Offlce^over Iowai Ni t Bi.nk, 4th and 

|Walnutsts. Good Agents ^ r antjfl 

jBownian Mfss MaryJ ^/ait 3t* Harris- 
f Emery Coi bds 1185] B. 

820 



Jtjhey, make 
iOiaiins. M: 
iloWa. 



don 



JOWMAy 1)E FOKEST, Specia 
Washington JJfe Insurance C 



Miss'i 'Em iua r waiter 



85 B. 



jo. rhis lioup. I 

Arbeit,, wjper C & G i\V 



ftpwman 
Emery 



» Mt lberry. 
riy F salesman 1 ' ^arris- 
Is 80! i ftocust. 
— r | He^kiah.Lpastol' 
clnirchJire^a^oAli'lave; 
>wma^[|rohn>l. carpi res 1245 



iwman 



Hen 
C'o.l 
llev 



is 



arns- 
ipund 



Bethel 
3th. ! 



pstic 



jBowman Mary (col'd), 
4 15th. i ' j: 

|Bowmaij-1Vfatilda, domestic 7 
iitroAvnber Diivid' M (col'd), la 
" I2th. ' ' ■! V' j" jf. 

owmer Joiin '(col'd) jiab, bdb|l)83 12th. 
oxheimer Frederick % ga 
618 Madisbn (S 13 M). 

'lioyce Andrew IlJweighnast 
|j&PRy, re|s 1149 4thi I 

Boyce Arthur S, painter, res P-v . 
^Boyd Albert;' fab J B'Mc(Jorri$li. 
i^oyd BlockJ 323 5|th. I T| 

Boyd Charltk J, dispatch. $r L, R I & P 
A Ky t ri*ms00p4thi ] 

Boyd Frank C, elk, bdk 1J30 Grand ave, 
ifcyd Ida L,| (moved: to] Wi nterset, la. 
Bbyd, Janies I, lab,ireJ3 F "ankjlin ave ne 
ill cor .J* luff. M 

VI, grocer, 1( 



2120th. 
B, res' 933 



(lener, res 
.er'C,' R I 

l!l(i3 2d. 



.Boyd Barnes 

Jf &0 



same: 




J- 



Oih ave, res 




^OMJliSHlOX MKItC'ITAVTH, 

COE. 8EtftfNTH AJID qHEBEY 8T8. T TElEPkONE 634 



Gooneii ft Wesson 



FOR 

:p:e,o:iiv£:Fq: 



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DES MOINES CITY 

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JJMZipS JUD LMf BINDING, 

403 GODRT AVE. TELEPHONE 404. 



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DURING h suceossful and honorable 
bushiest* career of over 43 years, the 

NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., 

of Montpelier, Vermont, has never taken 
advantage of a lapsed policy holder and 
has not been surpassed in dividend earn- 
ings and payments. 

R. P. DART, State Agent, 

505 YOUNGERMAN BLOCK. 

Boyd James W, agt Singer Mnfg Co, 
323 5th. 

Boyd Johu B, harnessmkr 1) M Sad- 
dlery Co, resjsec 34 (Bloomtield twp). 

Boyd Rev Joseph, res 1330 Grand avo. 

Boyd Joshua A, plasterer, bds 1183 8th. 

Boyd Nelson, res 1033 e Walnut. 

Boyd Miss Olinda, bds 1033 e Walnut. ; 

Boyd Thomas, res 412 Locust. 
Boyd Wm R (Boyd & Sou), res 1421 Lo- 
cust. 
Boyd Wm R jr(Boyd & Son), res 142 (j 

Locust. ' '; 

Boyd & Sou (Wm R and Wm R jr). 

grocers, 1421 Locust. 
Boyer Fred A, res 1045 l ( Jth. 
Boyer John A, boots and shoes, 318 Gth 

ave. res 1045 li)th. 
Boyer Joseph, hostler 140!) Pleasant. 
Boyer Miss Josie K, bds 1045 Dth. 
Boyer () E, student Drake University J 
Boyer Thornton B, , Hy M S, res 501 

Forest ave. 
Boyle Abraham, collector Munger's 

Laundry, res 1212 Des Moines. ! 
Boyle Edward, lab, res 1054 4th. ! 
Boyle Frank W, contractor and carp 

91(1 Center, res 024 same. 
Boyle James, moltler, bds 1331 Des 

Moines. \ ' 

Boyle James, lab Capital City Brick and 

pipe Co.. bds 714 Cherry. 
Boyle James W, inaoh Duplex Type- 
writer Co, res 1331 Des Moines. 
Boyle John, lab, res „(»th ave, s e cor 

Boston ave. 
Boyle John F, cooper J J; Seymour, res 

(51(1 e Elm. j 
Boyle John F, jab, bds Peter Boyle. 
Boyle Miss Lavinia, bds (51(1 Walker. 
Boyle Mary A, domestic $ e cor 18th 

and Brook. 
Boyle Matthew, lab, bds 100 3d. 
Boyle Peter, lab, res (Ith ave s e cor 

Boston ave. 
Boyle, Richard, lab. res 1331 Des Moines. 
Boyle Wm II (Guthrie & Boyle) res 610 

Walker. 



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res 



res 



IB Dylen Dora, dressmkr Lena Storjhdw, 
! res 1110 High. , i " 

jBovlen, Sylvester S, finisher, res 

I High. 

!B)yles Joel A, student IOWA BUSK 

! NESS COLLEGE. ( 

[BJYNTON EDGAR J, Deputy Treas- 

| urer Polk county; res 1024 15th. I i 

iBoynton Francis A, solicitor, bds 41^ w 

| so Gth. 

jBoynton Miss Jennie B, bds 2801 

I tage Grove ave. 

JBoynton Jesse S, student Higl^lan 

I Park College. 

iBoynton, Miss Jennie, student Highland 

j "Park College. 

iBoyt John, bkpr D M Saddlery Co; 

! 1100 8th. ' 

iBovt Walter, bkpr D M SaddlerVl Co, 

j :)ds nooeth. ;- -. i , 

Brace James H, baker, 1205 Gth aye, 

i same. | . 

Biaceliu | Patrick T, miner, res 161f) e 

irand ave. ' J 

iiacken'Irenafwid John), bds 1511 5th. 

JBrackett Fred A, bkbinder' Cooney & 

j Wasson, bds 54!) 6th ave. 

JlJnickett Milton J (Brackett & Maulsby). 

i res 1017 Crocker. ' 

Brsickett Miss Pearl, student Cal anan 

| College, rms 120!) Woodland ave. 

BRACKETT & MAULSBY (Miltor J 
JJarckett, Wesley W iMaulsby), gro- 
cers, 023 Center. ' 

Bnckney Fr^d, stenog Farmers' Alii 
.nee and Industrial Union, bdJsGrr 
ivejcor 7th. j 

Br id Hurry Bertha, student Highland 

i Park College. 

Br; id hurry George, driver, bds 950 lljth. 

Briddy Paul N, cutter, TILDEIS'S 

I SHIRT FACTORY, bds 52G 3d. j 

Bridford Charles O, elk Iowa Mutual 

! Tornado C\ clone and Wind Storm 
Ins Assn, bds 1105 28th. 

Bridford George L, lab, res 804 e gio.(|tn ; 

Bradford Lewis (eoPd), cook, res 140(1 

j| Buchanan. 

B PA I) FORD MILES, President IoWa 

|| Mutual Tornado, Cyclone and Wind 

|i Storm Insurance Assn, res Washhg- 

[ | t )ii la {see page 110). 

Bradford Miss Sarah, laundress Ah* 
TEN'S STEAM LAUNDRY, bds 804 

nieOth. ' I * i 

tin dish David E, electrician, bdp 10 ; 1S 
Hh. 

dish John G, bkpr Harris'-Eunjry 
(!o res 1038 13th. 

pradley Albert (coPd), lab, res 013 Des 
'IV dines. , 



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. SEVENTH ANp FT. D0DQE TRACK. TELEPHONE 



406. 



liss pAnnc 



Kkdely 
I 15th 

|* radl^i 
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adley Benjamin F 



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Co, :ru4 612 $4th. 
•adley 
Motyod 
•adle} Fraii 
Co,|r<s612 1jjLth. 
•adlej Vliss xacy, 
12 14tfr-.. I 



Bi 



adshi,\r 

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Bi|adsha\|r 

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Alice, dres. 
Edward ft, 



Joseph N, carp, r^ 11162 2d. 
Lev i is Vi, (lotecth e, r res 673 



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L'o'ttajc Gjw 
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ady BiiriJlarl 
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Ijiadway J:ma5han, ttrmer, 

ive n v i3cn' P trk lanje, , 
Bijad way IJiec lore, 

'ark a tie 3vv cor of 
Headway Villi rd, ph|ysician ; 



Bi 

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11a d F, 



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adleyf Samuel. G, t 
] Shepj.rd Co.irms e 3 th, nvv por 
JjJradley Miss Nisie, elk, rms 512 
l^iadlev Willi|l|m C, moved |to 

ipolis , Incl. 
IJJiadlej Wm V messfeiiger Am $x Co, 

L'Qsl2|0()e Wilnut. I ^ 



«$ 



bds 



'a<jH'ci3 



Windsor House. I r 




Ben jLm'in, mirier Eure 
)ds|jkme l s l^apgdea (S 



, im 



DES 



tjeaeher, bds- 950 



driver L*J 



Gecilf elk I.jderer, Strauss & I; 



.1 



Lillie 



04 Des 
Standard Oil 



Lang Bios, bds" 
f agt Ni<jhols,<$ 



mkr, 



bis 719 2d!.' 



M, bds 



IADS|TREET COMPANY (1rM),.Geof 
i Coi Sibt, |203-204 r ibwa rria " —^ 



ppysiciafl,:tyls 1903 
\ ave. 
prady, 
. lab, 



lab, lies 



Qpq ^, ab C, 

le l 
»uid^ Jchh j\|f, solidi 
'ace OjifelCJp, res £ 
•ioyec-s 



jerry 

i«l^lijs'Mia#, bds 



trav 
fester 



DOES 

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MOINESipiTV DIRECTORY. 



sa coal 
evasto- 

Wells, 




ANY, EASTERP 



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NEW YORK.: 
. DUDLEY Gen. Ag't, 

20214. L.''&T. ; JBUIE,DI]IO. 

\Ve LEAR! 1 LE^ OpERSj (FOLLOW! 

1 — rr~nrr 1 — 



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enfrC G yr Ky, res 
Granatin, 



ijBrady Michael W 
:| 1511 Grand ave. 

Jpradv Qwenj tailor f^aniuel 
fj res' 1104 Locus' t. ■ 11 ' 

jBradyj Philip, laJurdryi ret 120$ Park 

BUdvThilf^mWedtl 

iBmdy Rose , lkundresa 

%rad;r W H « Sewardj art 

™eshei1MnfgJCo,J2l3 la 

trist bldg, res-724 7th. 
jjBlr^ffoi'd "Charled F, | tea mslje|r Maple 
m 0« ve C M Co, bds 8)j b ( rrar d ave 



O lone 
hsK 



r^fford Isaac, lal|, bdk |1214 1 at (S D M) 



ruit gio\v6r, re's 
^leasapt. '■ ! ; [ 

l)di 1903 



bds 42J! 



batcher, bds 



t 



v< e 



422 e 



)rakeriin; bd i 717 Mill 



Jourt kye 

|ir; Mul 



£,gt M naeapolia 
(Jo, bds! Aborn 



rage on 



RI & P|R|y, bds 



itoyce i-s.vte (W teat's ^dditibn 
ady Kifie { (\\id Peter), re* 



;or pus, Moines 



3 Smith 
). 



W. IPplB 




pjr^ffird Jatfob, labj r$$ ijear 010 e Lo- 

rafford Jacob W, lab, r^s 1H<)2 e Des 
is3 M Al|c|e, dre^sinjir, bds || Mojries. '! 

affdrd, Mis^ Lillie, wks 1% L Laun- 
Iry res 18Dd;Dek Mome3 
afford Richard T, lab, res 1214 1st (S 
■' M).! 1 ' K ^ *' 

res' Grand'ipgaffcrd Samuel B, tjja^stei), 1 res 1731 
"a ker. 



^agcon Bro3| (Joshua If, ltd ward C 
Lhd Frant B),dairj, n s Grand ave, 

1st ) of jwi c<j)rporatiou line. 

[age on Edwin C (Br^gdpn ^ros), bds 
Ira J Mtliragdcjn 
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^rs J M JBrkffdoh. 
Gourt liragqoin Jpslf^a If-(B^ag(|on jltros), bds 



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agdon J(ili^M {wic Jdnas 
8 of Grand ave, 1st e of vp cojr )oratiou 
ypine, I ■ jiiy ■ 

" ^ ra j?8. Charles N, trav att Rbddewig 
l gch nidt- American Biscuit Ginfg Co, 
fms R Turner Blk. 
agg GharletijE, elk Iigalls, Chapman 
Cj, hds840 6th avb. 
jgg Frederick, bricklajjer Bcinnitield 
Rsbi asonj |res 1355 Bu 3haii:in. 
t£g (ieorgei A, wks I aynjjin Cold 
5toiage| Co, ifes £40 6th ave. 
iggj Ms( Faniie J, elk INORJTAN 
.ICiT^MNFG CO, [bdg 320 kh. 
iheny Miryt domestic 221 J^ocust. 
tin Miss Cornelia bds 320 9 d. 



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F.WOLOOTT WEBSTER, 




SU^BIUOK 



PjBOTOCRAPHT, 

411 Walnut St. 



e ;DE8M01PS,I0H. 



BRAINARDI)|ONC/rreas Review Tab 
Co, res lGl8!Arlington ave 

Brain ard Mary E (age 

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John), res 020 

15 e Walnut. 



Bracks Harry (col'd), 
bourse, bds same. 

Bramble Arthur T, foreman C, K I & P 
Ry, bds Monitor House 

Bramhall John A, draughtsman; D M 
Mnfg and Supply Coj, 

Bramliall Julia (wid 
Lyon. 

B ram son Hymen, bds 

Branagan Edward A, jwks L J Wells, 

bds 711) Mulberry. I j 

Brand Adela E (ivid Henry B), bds 211 

- 10th. ! 

Brand Miss Bertha, bds 307 Division. a 
Brandes Win A, lab, res 1733 Des 

Moines. , j 

Brandon Maria J (wid Levi J), bds 753 

18th. | 1 

Brandon SamuelC, moved to Fowler, Call 
Brands Jacob Vj, trav abt, rms 111 I lit hi. 
BRANDT AMOS W, f Auditor Polk 

County, Court House, res 1224 e 

Grand ave. 
Brandt Andrew P, lab, r(Js EngHs i ave 

my cor Wabash ave (Chesterfield). 
Brandt Edwaijd, lab, res sw cor 1 Smith 

and Royee ave (West's Addition). 
Brandt Krl A, brakeman C, R I & P Ry, 

rms !) over 411 Walnut. 
Brandt Gust, lab, res 1377 e 9th. ! 
BRANDT GUY M, clerk Auditor's 

ollice, res 1224 e Graild ave. i j 
BRANDT, ISAAC, Postmaster, oitice 

Government Bldg, res 1204 e (}rand 

ave. • j • 

BRANDT OLIVE l\ Sec Isaac Braudt, 

res 1204 e Grand ave. 
Brandtman David, lab. res 913 Walker. 
Brandtman Lawrence, bricklayer 

913 Walker. 
Brandtman Miss Lizzie, teacher Tijnier 

son school, res 913 Walker. 
Branjord Bernt M. student .Call 

College, rms 1103 Scott. 



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Br: inn Carlin H, eng Des Moinejs Union 
■j By, res 1524 Walnut.. 

jBrjinn ]\f A, secv U S Deposit abd lioan 
|! Co, 507 The Equitable Bidg. ' j 

I Bran nan, (see also Draiineii and Bran- 

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jBnmnan Emery, istockman, res 1227 

2isi. j; ■ j ,; I 

nnan James F, gardener 1227 21st. 
pneu James F, lab, res Park ave 2d 
pi Douglas ave J j ( 

hneii John, carp, bds GIG Lyon. 

pneil Lee, wks The D M Shoo- Mnfg I 
o, res 1JB08 Locuk 

nneri Oliver E, foreman Mail and 
Tjnnes, rfes 1225 21st. 

Branneu ryrrhus, lab, r?s 510 9th. 
Branson Burr, junk dealer, 115 e Wal- 

^t, ■ rjes same. . . j 

ns6n Elizabeth, domestic 10059th. 
Brausky Simon, tailor Samuel Katz, res 

I < 2 \} e ] 4th - | ' ' 

Brasher Wm A, trav agt, rms 1031 

! j S 3hof ■ T ' 

Bradkeit Miss Mary, wks Savery House, 

' ri'8 sr.me. ' ( 

ira din John, lab Liverpool & D M i 

Pick ng Co, res 812 9th. I . , ; 

Brass Miss Edna Jj student, rms 1429 j 
I 'High. ■ ! . .,; i 

Bra':cli'ir Wm, lab J B MeGorrisk, res I 



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Pulton ave. 
lira ;t James C, eng, res 1122 Cherry. 
llra;toi David, blksmith, res 102 1st. 
l5ra;toa James (col'd), lab, res 1846' Fre- 

mon :. i ,- 

Braicher George ijf, mn^r la. Tent & 
I i A ,voing Co, res 718 4Jth. 
Bra ler Frederick W, bkpr Ga(jly & Co, 
i I b(s over 323 e. 4th. 
13ra ight Cortes C, driver G \\f Dixon, 

re 3 153Q Lyon. 



it Frank C, res J339 e 13th. 



Braug 

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Braxton David O. lab, i res 719 be 18th. 

Breton Harry, student IOWA.BU&I- 



it Joseph, driver Union Mercan- 
"o,, bds 1 530, Lyon. 



I NESS COLLEGE, 

Bra'tou Hei 



Henry W, prof D M pollegCj 
res same. 
Braytom Henry W Jr, student ti M Col- 

' le Ke. ' 1 '. 

Jrajt' )n Lucian G, student D JVI College, 

Jrayt )n Mrs Rose^ matron DM college. 

Jraye ton Minnie, domestic 1824 High. 
Bra? e ton Reed C, bds 114 e so 5th. 
Brea|rjy Fred, wks woolen mill.lbds 200 
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RULTliriifii 

THE MUTUAL BENEFIT] 





For a Policy or 
for an Agency, 
Apply to 



s Moines, Stale 

INS. CO., OF NEWARK,\N.J 




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DES. 



MOlNE'Sji CITY DIRECTOEY. 




Hi-ecjit Wm. H, prif]::er Olsen-W.elch 
Printing Co,,bd<} 43th aind Forest 
Drive. .1 I i ' : ;' ' , \ 

liecnt WniL, genl mngr Fl n; Brick 
Co| res n s;Forest Drive 1st 1 v of 28(h. 

rec^nridg 3; Charles I), sales^azn F W\ 
Youngerwai?, res lglp Fremont. 

•eckenrfdge 
Locust 



i'eckenridge 

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Mi^| jVlabel, resj 418 e 
Misb; Jlahe, r^4, ^18 ' e; 



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Breckenmlge MaHha J 
j Matthew 



Mis*; Lucy col'd, lauri-i 



ilE^KEVUIDGE )W 

' nms Express Co, red 



Bredimus 
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Bredimus 



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Her: riet 

1327 e (1)0 urt ave 

•Tohn. e 

and 213d. 

au rice 



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$17 W. Fourth £l. 40G 



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ave. ♦ 



Ifredimus 

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Biedimus'_ 
I bds 1327]e C( urt 

Bredimus Mielael, rek 1328 Grand aye. 
Bredimus JQipholas , ws.gon mkrl Jacob 

Hockey, re^U27 Lyi|r. 

rfaeden .RbvH iarvey |0 , pastor- (Jeutral' 
hurch of CI rist, r<k 1318 Woodland 

|we. ■: J ! 

Biqeden Jumei H (crtl'd), barter The 
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Bren ian Miss Margaret, 
j: : I & P Ry depot, bdslll 

jprenAan Miss Nora | lA; 
'jj j Daily £Jews, res 1059! J5t 

^j-eniian Patrick, par Ins 
Ry, bdsi503 o Court live 

-en i an Robert .0, steno 
nan, res| 8^)2 e 5th. ..]. 

'em an Thomas, plumbor Jojbn Burn- 
ide, re$$72e5th. f i 

Mmr anjPhpraas, lab, res 1059j5th 



Tromas F, b 



LIVERY. 

211-213 Njnfh, 



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$9 



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)ector D M U 
Hujgh Bren- 



cpr McFarlin 



-fire'm an 

|,Grain_C!6,.bd8 1050 5th 
Brenran (Thomas H, eiti , fireman, res 
J 1UV OthPaVe. ' \ ■ 

B(#nt Gebrge, waiter, rns 51.1 Oth ave. 
J|rere on! Uzzie (widjWm), hoarding, 
.ft; 1 541 e Grand ave. j 
#rfere|;on >V|n, bds 140£ e Walnut. 



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ottoman JOseph 

i R ,Co ires : 42(1 DeS? koines. , . 
Bi enter Sftioc I, Miss || EHa Goodrell 

>rin, Dk Moinesbejbte lit and[2d. 
Biemmerl Lizzie, domfesjtic!753 17th. 1 
BieiiierWin S, mach| Kenyon 

Vlnfg^b rmUD27 9! ( t 
IJiendel Jac^b B, elk Gbttleib 
( iiaier^ ns 5U (Jrockd:'. , ,. . 

Biendel Junjds ! (J, clk'pounty trek's oL 

ice, bd^ Ol^iybn. !i ' ' " 

Bren del 
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Biend el Jtbuis 1 

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Bi en nan Cat}h 

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t arvey & Bredc 

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herine, music Iteacher, 
(wid Given), *res 

m, City Solicit^, City 
, 5th. ; . •' ' ' 



rine 



res 1404 
res' 1341 



rereton IWfoi Jr, bricklayer, 

WalniJt.| 
Herein Wm H, brick layer, 

•yojh. ' 
Westdn Chandler,, res m e Walnut; 
Brewer & Co's Additidn, ironi i Capitol 
■ & ive to Ci R I & P, Ry,lbe)t Osborne and 






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Bnnpan lJanie| A, bloiler ukktD M 
Afnfg atid Su ■ jply Cbi ires.22)ik 6th 
i^nnan Miss Katie H '—'■ ' J ^~ ^ 

. ■ ) ail.yNfews fsl05 

ifipnnalQ (liss l||| szie, 
~ piggie 



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Jth. ,5-ii' '! : 
tes802 ^th. 
H bds 10^9 5th. ' 




^Ellibtt. 
<Brjev7< r Benjamin p, genleral store, e s 
| Oth >(^ n bf Euclid avje, ::es 14ill Madi- 
fson ave. ! ." !j j 

3rewtr Mis»iBonnie, laut dresi bds 720 

:^he;ry. -^ ' . . .i| - . | ; 
B^rewt r Claud D, elk A»Hman killer & 

>'y, res 1728 9th. ij -\ 

B^EV^ER HON DAVID J, Associate <4 
ustice of the U J? Subi'cme Court, res a 

Warhin^ton, DC. f I 

Brfewf r Miss Dena, weaver Wojods-Bib- 

J'bins Co bds527 14thl T 

Ity^wer Miss Edna; M, sea nstress Iowa 

[Ten rand Awning Col 5<ls 10^6 2d. 
Brewelr PMward J, carp, rjs 1711 8th. 
BHwefr Miss Flora, bdk 13(08 (Capitol, 

,aive: ■ i - . 1' 1 ■ ■•■ ' 

Bt^wer Fred C, lat(, bda ioi6|2ci'i 
Bwwet George G, res Ml e jCo'iirt ave 
3$wei; Guy S, elk U S| ■; nterrial Rev 

ignud Office, bds 934 i3tli. ;\ 

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TONTINE ENDOWMENT and iilFE 
POLICIES AT STANDARD RAtE^. 

Eighth* F}o )r , New Equitable Bld(^. 



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.A © P£R CENT. INVEST/VENT 

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New York, Marcij?, 1893 
In 1S73 I took out Tontine Endowment Policy No. 
78,620, with the Equitable Life Assurance 
of the United States, for $5,osi>o, and have 
all, $4,76^ in premiums to the Company 

On tiie maturity of the Endowment the (|ompany 
paid me $7,985. 20 in cash. VV. A. 



1 his is a return of all the premium* paid, and inte est on tfie 
same at the rate ot t>?j per cent per ulumm 

LEE B. DURSTINE, Manager, 
Equitable Bldq., Des Moines. Ia. 



POSITIVELY CURES Without oporation Jr de- 
r% wl t%t*t1 e» e* Mention from busiimss. 
R U PTU l\ E Equitaiilk Building, 

ofe 1TOPAT Des Moistes, Iowa. 



CITY DIRECTORY, 

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Society 
paid, in 



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BUSI- 



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dress mp*, res 
1308 Capitol 



BREWER IKAM 1), Manager Aultman, 
Miller & Co, res 1728 0th. 

Brewer Jacob D, cooper J J Seymour} 
res 101(5 2d. 

Brewer James, elk Woods- Bibbifis Co, 

bds Mulberry s e cor 10th 
BR.EWER JAMES A, Ljeputy Collector 

U S Interna 1 ! Revenue otlice, fes 934 

13th. •• 
Brewer James C, elk Harris-Em^ry Co, 

rms 922 Mulberry. 
Brewer John, student IOWA 

NESS COLLEGE. 
Brewer John C, lab, bds 1010 3d. 
Brewer Joseph, res 1808 Capitol 
Brewer Miss Lillie, bkbinder Cajrtor & 

Hussey, bds 101(5 2(1. j 
Brewer Miss Minnie M, student, bds 

142^ e Court ave. 
Brewer Mrs Margaret, 

710 2d. 
Brewer Miss Minnie, bds 

ave. t 

Brewer Miss Minnie J, bds 1J0H5 fed 
Brewer Nancy (wul Wm), bds 1411 Madi- 
son ave. 
Brewer Oscar, student Hig 

College. I 

Brewer llaehael (wid Conrad) j 

13th. 
Brewer Wm 11, bds 720 
Brewer's Hall, e side 6 

Euclid ave. 
Brewster Fauldy, teaiustjur, res 714 Mo 

roe (S I) M). 
Brewster Miss Flprencb Ml mjissage, 
. (518 The Equitable Bldg, n|is sj|me\ 
Briar, see also Brier. 
Briar Charles, city fireman, 

Court ave. 
BRIAR JOHN, Manage ; The An^eric4n 

Idea, bds 1310 e Cduri avei 
Briar Miss Rose, hair dresser 

Wenks, bds 131(5 e Com* 
Brice, see also Brycc. 
Brice Miss Annie F, bkpr Frank 

res 3313 Grand ave. 
Brice Bridget (wid FjrankJ), nfs 1313 

( i rand ave. 



daud Park 
ids 934 



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Iricfc Charles (^ student Highland Park 

College, 
irice Frank, grocer, 102 2d, res 1313 

Grand ave. i i 

Srice Frank T, elk, res 1313 Grand live, 
price James F. elk, bds 510 Penna ave. 
Srico James P, elk Frank Brice, r£§ 

1§13 Grand ave. ' i 

ftrice John, feed, 516 Penna ave, 

same. 
Brice John, hostler J W Patrick, rods 

515 e Grand ave. , 
Brice Kittle, student IOWA BUSINESS 

COLLEGE, bds 1313 Grand avenue. , I 
Brice Lizzie, student IOWA BUSINESS 

COLLEGE. 
Brice Miss Maggie, bds 1313 Grand ave. 
Brice Miss Mary A, dressmkr, bds 516 

Penna ave. , 

Bricer Roy, elk Ford & Sonj, bds 1554* 

Des 1-tojnesl \ ' 

Brick Jauiol, teamster, bds 1302 Bu- 
chanan. 
Brick John W, lab J B McGorrisk, bds 

1802 Buchanan. 
Brick Miss Mary J, res|1302 Buchanan. 
Brick Timothy, waiter O A Kookei , rms 

1302 [Buchanan.! 
Briddii Benjamin M, bds 116 e 16th. 
Bridge Mrs Ann (wid James M), res 1176 
' tyh, I ■ . .■•]■■ 

Bridgeford Delia, dress mkr, 850 21st, 

res same. , | 

Bridgeford George E, plasterer, res 850 

21st. - . ' 

Bridges Miss Alice M, rms 509 Grand 

ave. -'j j j. 

Brier, see also Briar. ' \) ■ \ 

Brier Frank, bds e so 20th sw cor 'Cap- 

'itol. ' I . ■ ■ ' , f \ 

Brier Lewis, gardner, res e so 3(|th sw 

cor'Capitol. 
Brier ]'ayne, mach J3ar 

res 1 802 Locust. 
Briggs Edwin F, cond I) M, St 11 

bds \om e Center. 



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holonaew Co, 
R, Co, 



Briggs 



Miss Ella E, teacher liromer. 



J3d 

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school, bds 1081 e Center. 
Briggs Elswortli (wid George), res 1031 

e Center. [ , 
Briggs (ieorge C, ins, res 1512 23d 
Briggs Harry C\ opr W U Tel 

1309 e 9th. I t 
BriggslJohn (eolM), wks Hyde Lab^Co, 

res Peltonave 
BriggsjMoore, res ne cor of e North 

and Carrol. 
Brigham Edward D, fireman C jjr Vf Ry. 

res 820 Pleasant 
Bright 



Moir.es 



Lorenz A, carp, res 1728 Des 



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WANTED. 



CAPITAL CITY NURSERIES, 

I O. L. WATROUS. J 

! < OH. SIXTH AND JUJLBKItltV. 



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p|S MOHJTES IpITr DIRECTORY. 

A, trkv agt! Frederick 
bds 1 Trie Kirkw|od. 

rr Lettkr Co, FjAKebl, 1 



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n'fedeHokl propr JD JM Hay 
q!o 90| tocnst, ires 1508 



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av<i. 

Bepjimin, jUb Freeriian Bros,; 

Lake'jive sq cor English ave 

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1 Lerts Investment Co, 



316 U/. FIJfTH STJ. 

C_J(PltJlt~wiiDi f$150 
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Jc hi . lab, |res,e d 20th ne cqr 

\V<isley;A, l^tLr'anll 822 W|Li- 
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lpi^JCi^cye (S D M). 



Wm W, jsiereofcyper, D M 
eyp, rus 810 jjtf adison (S D M). 



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Mj real ! estate, 6l2 
k.jres 1013 Walnut. ( 



kingclf |I ajuie 

, Vohigdnnii 31k. . „ ., 

Bpiker 111 js, Jdsi J, jstenog IHdme Sav- 
ings aud Lcaq Association, j bds 1216 

liL'inkernpi]' V r a|fter 

lerrjs res 6Q? e Lodust 
BHnkliiy^rirjy, |jrakem|an, 

Cent 3i\ 

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.^ rr .,v. ^harles, I £lk 
B&ilhiairtjies 71513d. 
insniaid Hrbderick ! 
Hn]|m(iit)J W 71 5 3d 
insdaid Sedgwick I 



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arli, brqkeman, ^bds 



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V\ r a ii ut^ 

•issor jjj« r , „..„ » v 
ristow Margaret, j 



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Perkins '& 
T (Perkins $ 
S , (Perkiis ' & 
Brkios; i&trins 

W/L|BpBnjrE8S(-. 
typewriter, 



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res 1021 



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3pc<miri Walter L j , <iarp 
; j Crock jr. J 

$roc?wiy Cyrus, trav agt, 
«-iCh3i-rjr.- I . 

Brocswaji Nathaniel rbeat mkt, 3708 
\)\}m aVe, res 3515 5^1. 1 . , 
Brock way Ora H, . kea< ht r, ! rei 35 1 5 JJth . 
li^ockway Miss Stdla T student Higli- 
I land Park- College, 1 i-ei i» 3515 5th. 
Brociecki Julius, Tab, res 600 p so 5th 
tfSijode Charles, miierJbds Hiram Dyer, 
!T:Took of Jefferson (S p .H). • 

pd uarkle'Louis. Idriv^rDMlce Co, 
es lj|4 ChestnUt. ] . 
Hi)ody,Falk, notio is, 308 e Walnut, res ! 
iM 513 Maple. 

flrjody Harry, elk M$ Bro.dy,' bds 513 

"h\:)VIaple. ■■ ] '|. 1 ! 

oeifraan Miss $ora. yks The D Ml 



hShcje Mnfer Co, jesi7ii2 il^h. 
proerman iMiss Etta J a 



S3amatress DM 






groqm B S I^ibbs, bds 
702 11th. 



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Moines 

Thloriins JB, .'tray agt iKelpyon Bi 
Mr ic^o. res 8 2 e 12tr|. j 
Saiie W,,kb, lids llll7 e Wal-i; 

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f , motorrnap,! reis 1117 e 



, karp, res 



rohn, wks 
rocker. 



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l (\yidFrank)„ibd8l(|itil4th 



Sjou^raK Bros, ; 




'ildve Works, bjls 7^2 |llth,[ 

[^joerman Harry, jgroq 

i'415 4th; : ■ j 1 . 

IcoeimaUjIJenry H, ckri, res 

ifoeiman-Wtn F, lab, res e sir) 14th, 2d 

j u : MauryJ J c 
PfjogK George^ salesman Layman Cold 
jl J$t() *age Co,|res,840 (ith ave. 
Mroki.iV Dura, studenjt prake) Univer- 

i'Mty.rms 2309 North) 

^ok{,W Rev George Ii, ies 2309 North. 

Stjoki.w 1 Johp, driver, b( s 1223 6th aye. 

fyroki Gjorge, bricklayei, res 143 1 4th. 
Broin in Augusta, cook I (: Hiibbell. 
Jjji-pm ej Miss An^ia E. stendg School *gg & 

j^oiirn il Pub Co,' bds 1 1+17 24th. 



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e$ Uharies U, mbv 
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i'j ! Ed\ratjd^ res 989 GtH are. 



Bppm ej[ George I; C^ ^aj^c^m^r W/A.i 



Brbm feyj Marniej sea^isltress, 

ive., 



Chi(;ago. 



J)ds 939 



Brpm fey Owen, engThe Kirk-wood. 

IJEOJXEY ROBERT N, Manufacturing 
Jeweler, 000 Walnut, -es 989 6th ave 
r (?ee card Classified Jfew elers' 





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T ...Mmm Peaiiir In Blank Bboks. 

L. ; 20!|W WURTH ST.j DES MOINES, IOWA. 



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^HOLESAIiE AND RETAIL 

Ea$t Fourth! and @birrt Ave. 

Telephone 410. 



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Full information will be cheerfully furnisl 

F. B. ALLDREDGE, Gen'l Agent, 
ELLIOT S. MILLER, District Sup'tj, 
20, 2i. 22 Office Block, DES MOINES, IQWA. 



Brook Fred, cigar mkr, res 1222 School 

Brooke Luella J (wid Oliver), bds 1^33 e 

6th. 
Brooker Edwin W, pres The'Natl 

Estate Investment Co; res 

Laurel. 
Brook field Floy, student Highland 

College. 



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1115 

Park 

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a Brook hart Mrs Mav, student \( 
| BUSINESS COLLEGE. 

& Brook hart Isaac N, livery, rras 215 e 
2 I Court :ive. 

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% Brookings Charles carp C, R I &»P Ry, 

g i bds 114 w so 5th. 

^Brookings Robert J, tinner G W £ hel- 

g | don, res 510 13th. 

# Brookmiller Charles W, nicklepiattjr 

g [ Duplex-Typewriter Co. rms 430 Chest- 

•if nut. 

a Brookmiller Rev Frederick H, res 430 

Chestnut. 
Brookmiller George, wrapper Younker 

Bros, bds 430 Chestnut. 
Brookmiller John, R, moved to Omkha, 

Neb. , 

Brookover George L, driver Hardin & 

Brookover. bds 1213 Fremont. 
Brookover Harry C, elk P 0, res 1213 

Fremont. 
Brookover Jennie, dressmkr Harris- 
Emery Co, res 1213 Fremont. v j 
Broqkover Newtou H (Hardin & Broqk- 

over), res 1213 Fremont. ! 

BROOKS CHARLES J, City Pass and 

Ticket Agt C G \V Ry, 220 4th res 

1011 Walnut. 
Brodks Daniel, lab, res 1232 School 
Brooks M|ss Dora, Prin Oth grade Eni- 

erson School, res 1110 Lyon. 
Brooks Fred, cigar mkr J R Cohen, res 

1222 School. j ; 

Brof ks Herman, lab J B McGorrisk ^12 

4tu ; | 

Bra'.jks Maria (col'd), domestic Fernliill 

faym and 20th. 
Brooks Michael, lab, res 510 North 
Brooks Robert, dishwasher Antlejr's 

Cafe, rms(513 Raccoon. | 



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Brooks Rosalia (age 31) died November 

[20, 1892. 
Brooks Rudolph H, cigar mkr Frank 

lAlbrecht, bds 5,10 North. 

Brooks Wm H (eol'<;1), cook AntlorS 
I Cafe, res 812 e so Oth. 

Brooks & Go's Addition, from e Maijket 

to Maury bet 16th find 17th. 
BropnyJolm, miner, Ires 000 Allen. 
Broquist Erick; lab, res 616 e so Oth. 



lab. D M S|>ap 
6th. 



Bjroquist Eriek Jr, 

Works, res 016 e so 
Broquist Miss Hattie, wks D M Laun- 

idry, bds 016 eso 0th. 
Broquist Miss Hilda, I dressmkr, res 616 

e so Oth. j 

Broquist John A, wks Mennig & Sla;er, 

res 801 Shaw. 
iBroski George W, elk Lederer, Strauss 

| & Co, res 1520 Grand ave. 
Btoski John H, eng,. res 1001) GrjirJd 

ave. j - ■ '. 

Brotchi George, bricklayer, Frank Nal- 

[son, res 1431 4th. ' H, 

Brother Joshua B, res e s 30th, 2d n of. 

Hickman ave. 
Brothers Anderson D, driver L J Wells, 

res 210 e 12th. " * ; ,,. ! ' 

Brothers iFrank M, fireman C, R I & JP 

JRy, res 018 Vine. I 

Brothers Julia A (Wid Anderson W), 

701 Raccoon 
Brotherton Frank, driver ,i res 321 PeJ- 

|ton ave. . ,' i 

Brotherton Johh A, wks B S Sch^raje ' 

jhorn & Co, l»ds 321 Pelton ave. 
Brotosowsky Frank, res 929 2d. 
Brotosowsky Joseph, tailor, bds 929 
BJrott Miss Lanna, teacher, bds 180: 

111th. , ! 

Brott Samuel B, res 1803 11th. 
Bi'ougher A Oliver! meat market, 1425 

13d, res 214 Marquarilt blk. 
Bjrowder James M, blksniith Kratz6r 

| Carriage Co w bds 4th' bey Crocker ^ind 

School. 
Browder Nelson B, driver, bds 400 4 so 

9th. 



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DRAKE & BUSSELLE, 

Qravel anfl FeltROdiersL 

ivtmaUe a specialty of Sidewalks and Driveways 

iisin<: Uh! litir.ous "Gilsonite," the, finest 

Asphalt known for this class of work. 

Cffice, 200 Fifth Street, Youngerman Blj)ck 

ROOFING MATERIAL FOR 
SALE AT LOWEST PRICES. 

.SOLE AQENT3 FOR "aiL80Nli{B»" 



Western Wtiiie Bronze Go. 



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"Best Material of the Age 
for Monuments."- -Science. 



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lirowhins \\r Siipon, tailor Gillett Tail- 
oring CoJ res 312 e Walnut.! ! ' ' 



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Bjr(>wcler $t|eph m H. j tflksmith Kratzer 
bds 4fch bet Crocker and 



JjjrDwder 'Aw H, carp, res 40 ) e so 9th. 
lfrjwer.AmeivA. r^a|l estate> 1206i2th, 

lies sam.ij 

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sniplQsaiifl Mis, 

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^URDJO the past year r HE tfUTUll 
J ijiDJE paid, to its pol cy h< lders the 
sini of $20,006,000, rue since the or 
ganization of [the Com >aiy in 1843 the 

! 1 T , i . ; ,, , i ii , telipriiious 8unj of near y 15350,000,000. 

u j. u'tk*' -TO r , nT?^°w 7fc ^ . ttU paii to policy MdWmort for each 
Brpwer ; Bichdtd, janitor C.p C C, res • fjj: *7 T . " r J 



ss : £ate, starcher ALLEN'S 



dollar receiye^ than an r otjicr Compjauy. 

Lqan aud Trust Bide 



|[j FLEMING BRO 
Itpoms 101 and 02 Iowa L 

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Bjrpwn Charles, min 



(Mining Cq, res 
£lade. 



miner 



|$rahd ave. 
BrowiCharJ 



I fcTEAM $AUXDRlj, bds 3L8 w! solSt-h.* ^m r j 

Brown ft. fas Abbiej "teacher Crocker 1 RpwA Charles H 

iichool, l fsl(44.Waey(D).r { ■ ,tll/1 — i ' ' — ' 
jrown Ad elbeit J, student IOWA BUS 
! MSS(!pLLE6E,Jbds533 6th|ave. 
Brown At elbert W, elk Fleming Bro'sJ 
j )ds8l2, Mi ate. 'I ■ »■ ;| „ ' 
Brown Al Jjert L, fireman, res 802 Elhi. I 
Brown M j k Alpee, furn rois 426 Chest| 
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Brown Mi: i^ Alice, nirr/se DrakeiSani*- 
j arium, bds same.] ' j , ,' 

Brown Mns Alice, wks The Nat Starch 

ilnfg' D( -I I refchesfcerfield. ' , { . ' j j ^ 
rown AJUson| M. horseshoer Cox|& 
i ] i'isheii l es 907 iWalnjit. j I ,i 

ijrlowi Alinzo b, Jab 1 , res 308 iwj so 4th. 



Is G,jclk fc 1(1 Beidenkopf, 



,{«2fes 104 0th ave. 1 . , 

B^owri Charles! W ( elk Des Moines Natl 

ibanjc, bds;J18Cr|icknr. 
Browri Charles W,» p ifc t'er-4a-J*rint- 

(iW Co, bd i The: Fan ltr g HqW- 
Brown Miss Clara, triparper Miss Kate 

JDalf bds 813 Scrabl 



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llrowri AlorizolL, lab, res 600 jb| Grand 

I ,lve, 1 I . [ V ■ i '■ ' i i ■ 

Br[)w,n M &s Antoinette, s^tenog The 

Liridstnef Cb, r bds!1157 7th. i !-■ ', 

Irown Arthur! B, stdnf ctr, ,fjds 1927 

I Crockedl r , | i; !. ' ;, 

jilrowjj AriMirG, pribt^rj The, ja 'Sta^ 

leg ster] bds l0l4e Wilnut.'-i; :}• 

1 rown Au just W, ldb bapital bity Gtk 

iglitCc,|eri6kp]d&cott.i 
'IJrowd.BenJam.n tq$ 401| e so 4th. ; ■ 
IjrowrijBeinie, wks tourjker, Bros, bds 

'. m\m\ [ ■[.■' I.l 1 -l;-s' jjj- 

Mutual Lif4 tins do, 
rms8l2 6th'a>e f ' I 1 "- 1 f 
[ROWN imR([ iDal^e &\ Bro\yn), bds 
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Uiion Coal and 
Se^rlja, nr Easton 

carlrielr P 0, 1352 e 







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e,f trimmer Mfss Kate 



School. 



1 rown Mijs Cjartie, bkpr D M Shoe 
IMnf^Co, tm i 309 ^idrquardt |blk. ■ 
Vrown Mifis CJnie, dreqsmkrj! bds !^02 
{9th. . ' 

ljrown Mis 3 C 

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tfrowh Mifc. 
12th. i 

row a Chjii'lel 

W^nut, rus 

pwti fcharlefi 

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Bitipwn blar^ence '*J cindl C, 'fe I &-F 

|Ry,|esl4 BGrafidave l| 
Biribwi dhriky, boirdi lg 314 8th. 
Brown Davp'd B, mac h Durilex Type- 

! writer Go, res Indanola ave w of 

■,:fBlo(.mfieW ave'. (SD.il). ; . \ 

Brpwi Edd: e, waiter IXL Restaurant, 

|pds ?ame. '■ . J . / 
BrWA Edwkrd, stij&eit highland Park 

-folhge. M ' . I . 

Brown Edward (col' d),J t€amster„i*es e s 

Jfrai iklin iSevastbpoi). . 
Brjpwr). gdjvard, wks Tie Nat Starch 

! Pnfc Co,' res Chesterfi(ild. 
BrpwrfEdward A, paper hgr, res nr 1st 

Mat bHdge (S D M i. f , ; 

^rpwrj MissEflie, stbdsnt Hightand 

i i?ark College. | 

Brbwi Eliifa S(Wm Satauel), res 1015 e 
/••JValniit. , , ' • :■ ■ 

^bwi.lVliss Ella, asst L , B Entrikin, 
^ms 309 Marquardt tilkji ' 
rbwr Miss Ellen, bkpk lids 913 Center. 
1-frowi Elmer, student Highland Park 
• j CollBge.i j ! '■ Ki J 



207 Hi. 



?Y\e\ 3tenog, ibds 045 

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Brpwr EliJ waiter 
"Is jam0. . , .: 
r^owri Miss fcmma 



Miss Etta, 



Restaurant, 
C, bdh401 e so ,4th 



ij&iWi Ernest W; travjaglt J P "See'beir 
er, bds,i600 4th 



i Pari; CoBege, bd8 913 Center. 
Browc Eugene (col'd)J barber R D 



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Brown James F (col'd), cook AbbrnJ 
,, House, res 710 e 14th. ' j f | 

|Brbwn James 'F, paiuter, res lllbl&t 
i (SDM).' | ]:! .j! 

Brown James H, steaog J W Bfbwri, 
| res 1637 Des Moines. , 
!Brown James L, vice-pres Th< 
j Teacher Flub Co, res Indianola, 
iBrown James W, real estate, 501 

nut, res COO 4th. 
Brown Miss Jeannett A, stenogji R G 

Dunn & Co, bds Indianola aW(SD 

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Brown Miss Jennie, milliner, bus! 954 

23d. . j 1 1 

Brown John, iireman, rms 1108 L^qust 
| Brown John, lab J B McGorris 

4th. , j 

Brown John, lab, res 819 e Market 
Brown John, student Highland 

College. '• " ', I | j 

Brown John, wks Savery Hpuso, rms 

517 6th ave. ' j . J , | 

Brown JohnE, meat market, S|17 School, 
■ res same. - • ! I I 

BROWN JOHN (iff, Manager (Jiarles 

Counselman & Co, bds Savery mouse. 
Brown John P, lab, res s s Co ur eland 

Boulevard (S D M). , 

Brown Jolin (col'cl), porter, bd§ 1012 

Walker 
Brown John T (J T Brown & C 

310 e 13th. i | 

Brown John W, foreman papitstl, City 

Woolen Mills, res 014 Lo0ust 
Brown John W (cord), lab, nis 911 

Scott. '' , ,. ;,,'-■ 

Brown John W (jjol'd), waiter JjaTery 

House, rei 110 \v so 6th. j 
BROWN JONATHAN W, Ifropij D M 

Stereotype Foundry, 203 5th, r*J 163? 
i Des Moines; , I [ ' 

Brbwu, Josepb H, elk Standard ,'j)|l Co, 

res 1451 e Grand ave. !- 

Brownj J..T & Co (John T and (Vfm (} 

Brown), lumberjeom'n 316 e 13(11. f 
Brown J Warren, real estate, 501 Wal- 
nut, resC00 4th.| . . ]| I ' . I 
Brown Lena, coolc IX L restaur&ut,bds 

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Interest • Paid • on • DCDolslts. 

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Brown Miss Florence, teacher 
High School, bds Oil e 12th. 

Brown Miss Florence, waiter Mbj E E 
Wight, res 214 3d. 

Brown Frances (col'd), laundre 
(504 Vjne. 

Brown Frank (col'd), lab, res 614 

Brown Frederick, eng la Pipe 
Co, cor e 4th and Hays. 

Brown Frederick I), elk J C 
res 810 Pleasant. 

Brown Frederick L, trav agt, njs Park, 
ave 1st s of Center drive. 

Brown jjdiss Geneva L, trimmer 

eye Hjit Co, bds 314 8th. 
Brown George, trav agt, res 081 
Brown (jieorge T, feed, w s Sear 

ton Place). 
Brown George W, driver J K 

Gilcrest, res 1373 e 9th. 
Brown George W student IOWJ 

INESS COLLEGE. ( 

Brown Harry H, elk C L Kahlei dc Co, 

rms 1512 Grand ave. 
Brown Miss Hattie, elk Singer Mufg 

Co, bds 1)17 5th. 
Brown (Miss Hattie M, bkpr, 

Laurel. 
Brown Henry, cook O A Kootyer, res 

421 e Locust. 
Brown Horace P. agt, res 

Walnut. 
Brown Hugh, architect, bds 003^ firand 

ave. 
Brown H Day, elk, j bds George T 

Brown, Easton Place. 
Brown Harvey W, bkpr W B Hayes' $ 

Co, rms 212 4th. ; . | j 

Brown, Ira W 1), student Highland Park 

College. | j! ; f 

Brown Joeob S, mngr JK&W H Gili- 

crest, res 720 e 5th. j 

Brown James, lab, bds 313 e Lcfust j 
Brown James, miner Procter Coal and 

Mining Co, res Park ave 7 so of Court 

land boulevard. 
BROWN JAMES A, Treas au'f Mngr 

Eureka Fuel Co, res 1424 -7th 



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jds 503 



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Brown Mrs Lenora M, bkpr George T 
Thiers & Co, bds 681115th. ! , 



Brown Leon, reporter The 1) M Leader, 

res 922 0th ave. h 

Brown Leveret^, res 1130 lOJh. | | ! ) 
Brown Lewis, , bearding, 314 8tt jj t 
Brown Libbie, student Higthla| 4 Park 

College, rms ingelow Cottage i 
Brown Miss Loretta E, elk Ydlmker 

Bros, bds 681 ISth. ,' ! 

Brown Louis, re^314 8th. 




LITHOGRAPHERS, PRINTERS, BINDERS 
I AND BLANK BOOK MAKERS, 
1120 AND 122 FOURTH STREET 



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'owhiLuQp 

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res 1415 A 

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Jrown Ma|r 

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B -own Ma 

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lord) (wid T lomasjj res 
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Hown.Mrsi N fjn lie (Hayes' & JBrown^j 
res 4*8 e Lbfe. ! ; !. I <\ \ 

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'.'own, 'Nat h; li iel 

r.es.l4l5<:tti. ' w 1 p 1 • 

•ownMisj ^elltej elk Singer Mnfg Co, 
bds9i3leiHer.j " | | I H 

B'owujNe son G, student DraJkeiUntj- 
, versity, res |1W 27th.| - ] \\ I 
B -own Mis3 Hfettje coPd 5 ; bdadli-NHrtli..' 
Brown Mis 3 Kfittie, stenog, bpa fl5T;7th. 
B-ownNbi.h 'V, painter,- ra 1IO9 1st 
j (SUM). . r ' , : (f \: { |' 
.|J 'own ; .Oii ire:,;- waiter The Kirkwpod, 
j rms 515 (th ive. , : * L j | j: 
B.'own Orin, switchman,. DJ M U Ry, 

I res i217 WjlSml I , F i: •" . J' 
H: J ownjPatrfclf, lab, rnis;:6l5.e ko 1,0th. 
B-own Pdrry {&amsj;erv tes 1549 Majile.. 
tydwn Re be r jt T> (cdl'd), barber '■ 300 

Walnut, res818|ws0 4th.| ';; 

B town Roller M, printerlla Printing Co, 

res824Plea:jant^ l j ■. ! ',■■ 'f 

Jpwn,!R6lier ;f Vj printer ila, .Printing 

Co, res,132* DekMoJnos. - 1 {• 
lirownM S3 S idie 1 (col'dto, launclresk res 

1032 7tlj. r- ' -r ' 'M'V 

3rown . Saimi 1 (f, carr„ res i83GJ : De:j 

Moines) ; f-, !• 

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Marqaarlt] jlk. 



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WEBER, jj 207' I. Fifth St., 



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J&ownl Sarah P,- teacher Franklin 
! ; Scl.ool,,bds 1428 W<\o§ land ave. 

I3row n Simmons 1 , lab, 
j cor Railroad avel j . 

Brown Miss Stella, atujdent, bds 1014 

.j'Uth. r - 1 i r 

Bpown Thomas H, ^vl s Chamberlain 
• jMejicipe Qo, bds 918 ('enter 

Birown Turner (cord,) jrms 806 Pelton 

■! : ave. ; ; ' 1. 

Brown Wallis, driver] t>ds 8 s Taylor 
■f]2d jof Clifton ave (S >M.) 
^rown \Vm (col'aj, <jodfe Hotel Morgan. 
Mown Wjm, eng, res ess 10th, aw cor 

VjShi.w. ■■. '';-, 

Btown Wm,,lab, lids lo6 e 3d. 

Ppowu Wni Jr, miller!, Ids 440 e Grand 

3n' avc " ' I I l 

.'Btown. Wm, rangr Elixer Sanitarium 
1i ; jresk40e Grand avej 

BrowliRev Wm (cbl'di, res 1512 Walker. 

Bi-owp Wm, studen^ highland Park 
{.College;. 

BrowiWjmA, teimsterl ''■ res 511 Clay 

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Ifrowp yVim T 1 , res 




503 Lj.urel. 

,,,„ .... - r dent highland Park 

!'! Colflege,.rms.3G20 3fl. 



|rowkWm G, stu 

ol lege,, rms <362 

feowln John, grodfer, 4 39 (7th, ires 329 7th. 



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Bi'owu'WmH, loans. 1 )Gdodblk, res 922 
[^Othjiye. :j. ' ' 

iTown Wm H (Brown &| Oonklini?),, res 
;:| I VI 1 Maple. ,j | ;• f K;, |; 

pown Wm |J, studetit highland Park 
CojM. j - M 

, L Wm L, cond Q I: I & P Ry, res 
v! Mlb Gifand avej , ! J 

BRO 1 VN Wltf I, Treasure r and Manager 
1 Sa^eryHouse, res sanie. (See pqqe 
' .71 J). 1 : ..J. '* I' ■• ! ' ! r | 
J^rown Wm M, w|cs V^h te, Murphey & 
;u pickering, res 440 e Grand ave. 
Jttown Wm O ( J T Brcwn & Co), res 
,vll21 ) e Center, . ■ ■ | ■ !l 
Browjn Wm W, eng D ^ malt house, 
Shaw and e so lith. , 



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Brown Willis 8, real estate, 
Temple, res 086 19th. 

Brown Wilson S, restaurant, 1225 25th, 
restl2l5 24th. j 

Browfn & Coukling(Wm H Brown an d 
Wilbert Cpnkliug), meat market, i018j : 
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Brown bridge Albert W, 
West. 

Brownbridge Anna, domestic Be (cor 
Bloomfield and Iudiauola avts (S D 
M). 

i Brownbridge Harry, wks CHase 
| West, res Clifton Heights. 

Brownbridge Thomas, blksmith 
! Capital City Brink Yard (S D M)L ... 
Browne Mis Fannie, bds 940 8thf 
; Browne George H, foreman 1) M'U Rv, 
i res 902 10th. i 

Browne Miss Hattie J, bds 902 10th. i 
Browne J Ernest, cashier Equitable Life 
j Ins Co of la. rms 1202 Grand kve. 
BROWNE OLIVER L F, Secretary { oni- 
( mercial Exchange, rms 1420 Wood- 
• land ave. 

Brownell Otto E, electric light trimmer, 
res 10!) e 15th. 
. Browntield John A, eng C G W 
1018 Locust, j 

Browning Charles P, painter, 
Des Moines. 
*. Browning Cottage, w s Bowman 1 2d h of 
Highland Pk College. | ; 

Browning John W, blksmith^ res 1730 
Des Moines. ? : ; 1 

Browning Matthew J, bkpr Wisconsin 
Lumber Co! bds 940 8th. ; .r^ >4 •«... 
Browning Nelson R, lab, bds 1730 pes 

Moines. ^S- 

Browning Nelson S, special ^rt^Provi-f 

dent Savings Life Assurance .Societyj 

304 Marquardt Blk. . " j j 

BROWNING WM II, State _%it Provij 

dent Savings Life Assurance Society 

of New York, 304 Marquardt 1 Blk, bd^ 

The Kirk wood. • ' ,■ ; 

Brown lee Robert C, elk 1/Iawkeye; Ins 

Co. res 1309 loth. .; fc I ' 

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Brownlee Wm M, canvasser R L Polk 



& Co res 714 e Walnut 



'Brownson Wm 
res 752 Oak. 



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. Brown's Addition, from Woodland 
j to Crocker bet 17th and 21st. 

Brown's Addition, ironi o. Washinrjion 

j ave 4 blks north from Delawareffav6 

toC\StP&KCRy. T 

koyhill Mrs C M, modiste, res 52: Lo- 

I cust. , r 

Jiroyhill George, elk E Littleton, rrr s521 
! Locust. j| 

Broyhill Miss Lena C, res 37th Mid 
| Wood ave. If 

Brubaker Frank, bds 1441 Des Monies. 
Brubaker Ijsaae P, died Oct 22, l8!)j. 
■Bruce, Andrew M, rms 1418 High. ' 
jBruce Miss Anna, bds 1065 Park. 
Bruce Mrs Lizzie E; bds 1105 Lyo 
Bruce March, 1 billiards, 212 4th, re# 1413 

High. | ■ [ , | > . 

Bruce Miss Mary (col'd), bds 1065irark. 
Bruce Robert (col'd), lab, res 1065 fark. 
Bruce Robert S (col'd,) janitor IOWA 

BUSINESS COLLEGE, res 815i UthJ 
Bruce Samuel, brakeuia_ C G W*Ry, 

rms 426 Chestnut., h ' 
Bruce Willard Cj collector ! Ryman 

Laiitz & Ifowell. rms 1229 7th! li 
Bruetsch John, lab,, bds Des Moines 



tinner Russell 



House 
Brumbaugh Alvin C, 

Bros, res 414 e 6th. 
Brumbaugh Ray, elk j D Seeberger,: 

rms Turner blk. 
Bhiimri Thomas, bds 716 2d 



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B rummer John E, salesman 

Camo, rms 604 Walnut. 
Brundige Miss Floy W, bds 713 7th! 
Brundige Lyman E, ticket agt, ]bds 1\U 

7th. ( ;. . j- 

^Brundige S Frank, salesman W(J)ods-; 

Bibbins Co, rms 1226 Locust 
Brundige Walter C, train dispatcher €,| 

G W Rv. res 713 7th. 
Brunei- Harry D, teacher. bo]s 1319 

Fremont. ; 

Brunei* James M, teamster, res 1310 
"Fremont. 

Bruner Joseph E, constable. 326 e 5th, 
^ res 1303 Lyon. 
BrtrnerRoy J, printer, Jjds 1349. Fre- 

montT^^-^ 
Brunk Noah C,, real estate and loans! 

over 21 H 4th, rek 1713 10th. $ 

Bru.nk Wm M, trav agt, 'res l'339 24th4[ 
Brunn Charles A, student D M College^' 
Brunsch Samuel, barber, res 1116j2d. '] 
Brunsdon Wm, salesman, rfes 900 Oth^ 



DesMoiDei6oalNiiing|iov$g/af.Si 



Van Cin kl Coal Mining 

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runson.^ill^r.M, stenpg A- L- Wl{ST$, 



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f rnis 150>9 GMid are. ( • 

birunsv^ick-Bilke Cal leader. Bo, J G 
Lockwcod, agt), 501 la Loa!n "and 
Trust Bldg .. jj 

Mrunton Thomas, stjonB ctr, res ji 441 

Capitol ajm. £., 

Hlrusuahah J )hn, wks i Liverpool fe D 
: T M PaekingjOc , res 812} 9th 

iiusnaWab $[us Mamie, shjrtmiiker 
Hawkey e Slliit Factory, bdd 504 Laii- 

r( ? L v !■". i ■' "■' < ! |! M ■ k- ' 

tfjrusnakaji Patrick, clkJWestern .Nle 
paper Unio^i :es 8l<2 $th. 

Elryan Geprgi E 
^12 llidge. 

ljryan >; Jon n |A, 

liaccbok 
Ifrfran Lowe) • ihaeh 

]21 RapjcooiU j. j ■[• ' -I,:-; ' ,f, f 
Ifryan L E, sf adont Highland ParkiCoi- 

fege,;rfa|8-3fj)8ith.;| . i ' * '■ 
B|ryan P^scha | L foreman I J 



Njews- 

(SethjBJutitl^r&Coiires 

ctontraptorj res $1$ ! e 
Jti 1 A Eaton j. bd^ 



res 32i| iRacqpob. ' " j! ' J 

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ttyan,t unet, iflriveij, resl 9i 
jryant Uorajf stpdent Higql 



Bryant MB, student D M<Cdll 



lfoyant Ghet, liriveit, resl 950 11 th. 

^ w y.-» -,. -• ^ nd jip ark 

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tyuchanaij Mfas C 
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kVidjBehjan in), res 614 



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flryant Mjwdeli! ta(loress jlsrafcl 

OJSMijjberp 
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irrie fiL, t3ache|, bds 
q Oakland 



Buchanan Thbmas s janilor S 

res 112 e 16th. 1 .. i; I . 

ISfichadai Win' J (iakery 

I rfepoi, U^Papitaljave, re 

;l"ck Syjer(liuckjB):os; Coj 



a/te House, 

i.ndijmilk 
Isame. 
jresf ^501' 



CO(Abfel{Jmd^ 



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aifnislies, 'Glass aid ) Wall 
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piiM Wv John W, pEStjorl Bethel Evan- 
eUqal Church,, res 912 North 1 . 

^^ude, domestic 9(^ Walnut.] 

Peter (Bubk Bjdos 
Moiues. 



cb IVne, M, <^lk Bi^cl 
5(4iDes Moines. i 



Co), res 1504 



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drjssmkr Harris- 
Walnut. 
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H. student High- 
Par|? College, 
an Martha (wid [Wm H), matron 



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Bt^clilW Charles W, bdt ns Ingerspll 

I ivA far 35th. : 

; Jtjcb ley Emerso i V, mit on, res 903|23d 

! Suck ljiy! Johadn ih, d6nji( stic 708 5th. 

]!:»ucklAy John, c k, bds 5 L0 Chestnut. 

McfalAy John J, ins ag:, rms 714 jOth 

ij irL ■ \ 

Jtiucloley John F, bridge builder, res 659 

j£ ^lst. , * 

(Euckley Julia E (wid James M), res 623 

:.: Bth. j' j 

Buckley Miss Lizzie, 

' feiiefyCo, rm;sl31( 

Bhck ley 'Margaret (age 
16t a,l 1893. 

.frncknna'u Miss Jessie 

;\ land 

Bpckm 
Jnf;eiow Cottage H ghjand Park Col- 
lege, res Same. f° 

jucKstoh Kate, dress rukh res 533 17th. 
luck toil Matthew C, pi inter, res 533 
;17jth.| ; 

jucy OjliA, dressmkr, res|926 Buchanan 

bpdt Wrles W,, trav aft, res 1321 7th. 

Eqd^ John, student fligliland Park Col- 

•- ^ege.J I v , ■ •!;'-' i 

Bud< J L, sec Iowa State Horticultural 

fl- Society, State House, res Ames, ia. • 

l!ud€be^ck Miss Molly, seamstress Mrs 

i- ;Mary.^andeburge, bds North', 3d n of 
:35tM ! 

Edech^e Charles W, la)»; White Line 

!v Tr insfer Co, bds 11]33 2th. 

jtueche^ Jbhn jj, carp, res v s s Clifton 

x |avA, ne|ar Park ave (S J> M). 
pechsenstein Gusta^ek, foreman Wil- 
sor (S|Sl)ein, res 831 2d., • I,.- 

iiechsenetein Philip C, motormah D M 
St li R'Cb. r^s 1032 Gn ,nd ave. , 
iiffi igtqri James C; pkpjr Bankers Life 
As mi bds 706 4th. 

BIST iiiOAt IN 4ni CITY. Prorap 



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furniture, Curtains M Rons. 

BEST STOCK IS THE CITIf. 
NO. 215 WEST FOURTH ST&EET. 



Bufkin Calvin W, student, bds L H 
Bufkin. 

Bufkin Rev Lindly H, res s w coi' ll)th 
and Forest ave. | 

Bufkin MissOra E, elk Miss A ^; ^V he- 
don, bds 19th sw cor Forest avej. 

BUILDERS EXCH ANGE.Charles Weitz, 
Pres; It M J Coleman, Sec, 51 1. Mul- 
berry. | 

Bulger Bridget (wid Patrick); ijes 025 
Hartford ave (S D M). I 

Bulger John, miner Van Ginke.1 Coal 
Mining Co. I 

Bulkley Maggie (wid David), boarding, 
200 7th. ■' v V ■ 

Bulletin Monthly, la State Board of 
Health, pub^, Dr J F Kennedy, {editor, 
State House. | ; 

Bullis James W, eng, res 021 e 9th. 

Bullock Edward, pedler, res 1125je 9th. 

Bulwau Christian, lab, res 11^5 £). 

Bulwan Fred C, cigar mkr W II Sartor, 
res 1185 B. I \\ 

Bumanu Albert M, teacher High School, 

' res 847 15th. ' I 

Bunce Charles 1), res 1 850 Lyon.j 

Bunce Danforth W, teamster, res nw 
cor Shaw and e so 11th. 

Bunce James K, barber Lemuel Zenor, 
reslOlO B 



Bunce John M, res 010 e 1st. 
Bunce Mary L, domestic 133 



334 d Grand 



ave. 



Bunce Sherman G, foreman Farmers 

Tribune Co, res Kisser ave cor 29th 
Bunker (^Frederick, inspector Wabash 

Ky, res 121 e 4th. 
Buudy Henry 1) carp, res 1528 Linden. 
Bundy Jane (win Frank), rms 1022 12th. 
Bunker Arthur D, elk Ky MS, res 1435 

e Grand ave. | 

Bunker Miss Clara, student Highland 

Park College. 
Bunnell Edward C, foreman 1) M| Box 

Wks, res 1427 Linden. 
Bunnel Moses L, patent medicine, over 

519 Locust, rms same. \ 

Bunting John E, lawyer, 413 Walnut! 

res 1319 23d. ' ! 



Royal Heating Go., 



spbwciKc! 



jBunz John, driver Arctic Ice Co, res 
Ji 200 Maple. j | 

j^urbauk Miis Ama M, nurse Cottage 
] Hospital, bds same. , 

'iurch George W, student Drake Uni- 
versity, rms 1204 24th. j 

kirch Harry W, cook, res Lyon se kox 
j e 18th. , i I 

burch Harry, painter, rms 80? 2d. ■ 
Burch James Hli finisher Kratzer Car- 
I riage Co, res 802 2d. I! 

Buich Mrs Jeanette, strident Callahan 
I College, res cor 24th and North-. J ( 
Burch Mrs Julia, dressrnkr Hari'is- 
| Emery Co, res 519 Walnut. 
Bnrcjh Mrs Mabel, seamstress Israel 
j: Bros,, res 526 3d. • i 

Burch Newton C, moved to KnoxviJle, 

Burchfield B Frank, res, 629 Lyon. [ 
Burchfield Robert C, teamster, res 1018 
| 12th. : •. 

Burckhardt John, painter Holland. & 
J New, res 942 10th. j ' 

JBufco James, lab, res n e cor 16th 4nd 
| Jefferson. , 

jBim|Mrs Caroline » Gr, dressrnkr, 17, 

Flynn blk, rms same.f | S 

JBurd Walter C, elk Harris-Emery Co, 
| bds 533 6th ave. 

iBurdell see Bedell. f 

JBurdic Maude, student Highland Park 
! College. 

JBurdick Charles W, carp, res 600 Maili- 
! son (S D M). 
jBurdick Edward M, trav agt Advance 

Thresher Co, rms 413 Marquardt blk. 
Burdick Elbert E, elk P O, res over 9-10 

Sith. j 

1 Burdick Miss May, rms 412 Marquardt 

blk. 
Burdick Sarah E (wid Dorrance), res 

412 Marquardt blk. 
BUREAU OF. LABOR STATISTICS, J 

11 Sovereign, Commissioner, State 

House. + 

Burford Albert, lab, bds 34th so of 

Grand ave. <! 

Burg, see atiso Berg. " , 

Burg Andrew, wks D M Soap Works 1 , 

res 1699 e Court ave. ., 

Burg Herman F. (foreman Posner's 

Pants Factory, res 1432 Lyon. 
Burg Miss Jennie U, laundress] bds 516 

e so 4th. '«' I 

Burg; Swan W, finisher Western White 

Bronze Cos res George sw cor (jJoru- 

ing ave (Highland Park). | 

Burge Samuel A, messenger Am Ey 

bos 1504 Capitol ave. 



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km* wpEiit Tftjmps, barker chimney 

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iftJRGlBR CHARLES tfL iUpliolsterer, 

$13 tpcist, i-38 918 10th. J I 

BiirgerjJoseplj F, lab, roS 1116 . 2d 
lUrgq8$ Bliss ^my M, bl|s 141 3e 
ave.< ' 



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irgesi :3enjimin J, lah, 1 re$ 

iWalrfut, | ■ , ■! !'■■ 

rges$ Charles, lab v bds-606 Elrjo. 
Burpss iCharlus E, elk £ A Marisfieli, 

ims5l7!-4th. ■ j :|;.|| ' '^ 

lfiirgess -Edward R, poyed to Kansj '- 

City, Mq. ■ ■ : : :| ! k,. 
Burgess I Fran j, plastcrleif, tfcjs WMt 
1 End, near Fcrest Drive; andi29ta. 
fiirgess fjrank.P, car ieipairer' ; .D 
;lly, reslOOOOth. | ? ] ■ ,-, 

Eurgess. Jameii F, f janitor Rail Road 
j Com.; office, :esl4llpe Grand ave. I i 
Mrgess Joseph, I plasterer, res 1619 
Ibhio, |. ■ ' ■■•• ' :»■ ■■■? .," " 
BirgespJticha -d, plasterer, res 1710 e 

ijwaiM i ■ ■ ■ ■ • j j ; 

Burgessori Louis! plk Muiiger's Hbtel 



iWget Elm^r, teamste^ res .$ s Hart- 
Itford a vbf (Sevastopol). 
flurgetFtitak'J*, lab, rus w s Mth. 2d 
go of R^lroad; [la „. . I II 



jirgini Edward j& rds 



Jnrgoyne Thomas 
1 Welti, res-8lF'Sb 

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cf.bwet mkr C C 

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bnaw. : s • v 

fu'rk Claries A, lab, ires 130; Maple, i 
I irk'Dainel, lab, res e: s Uth ;3d so of 

khi]- - \\\ i j 'V 

irk Jlisk Elleh E, seamstress, bds 618< 

otii. |j , : ' |-:- : '!:, " 

irk Kat'4 (wi(l Patrick >|| res M8 10th 
Jirk Loij s, la ) Maine <& H Q1 ribin. 
If (irk Kol) ?rt, urakoiiiaity rms^jlbtjcl Ash-| 
' ey |SD>I). ,..':..: ! - . 

1 irk Thtonas fr lUfe' *>fr. di4cl §ept 8, 



ijirk !\Vrr 
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stedm litterl DM tfliimbing 
UlSlOth 



•urke jAftdrtvy, lab, res lBlioie 
aVe. 

Hike Ciilheribe ;J (wtd Wba 
1424Wfllmitr ' 



Court 
li res 



irl^sl l^utcheiv|bdg 51p |ie so 
i[ Vj (coP(ljj, ia) t ; r|es| 412 



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1 fufk« llolin W driver"!(|:;M Stivejrs; bdsl 

HJ18 WJpdlaiid-ave. | 
ff'»rjie illls -Lizzie, opt) Cenilral [Union 
i T«l (i'o, bds 1009 Lociisti . ' \t. , . , 
P'irkeMiB Mamie;, prijiter l>a|ily Iowaj Burkl 
|J Ca^itkli-rms 1009 Locust. J! | I I Par 

^iike ^lijjp Majrgaret, jljds'n^le ^randj Butkii 

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Cbl^PINENTAL (jlO^yENO 81QKE. 



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Irk^Ma^aret (wid I ficl .olas), res 1 

jOCUSt. 1 

IrkeMai'^, seamstres s Is rael Brosj bds 

f20pth. •;.' 
urke Miei^ Mary, ;tea)her Washing):o^ 

BehooU rms 112^ Mu bei ry . 
Jurke|]MiisfMary F, irinter, bdsllOOO 
[; Loci] st, 1 !' , 

tilrkdl Nicholas W, elk, bf s 1009 LocHsti. 
urkt Patrick, lab, ren 8'6w so 5th 
ilirkc Patrick F, city fin man, res 1^08 

MiiSrkb T6m (Burke «S; B aise 

V;>h,. ■ r 

. iurke Ulysses J, elk Y ouijiker Bros, bds 

■li 42< Walnut I. 

Mvkt & liaise (Ton) Burke, Z John 
f Blaise), real 'estate, {5C|lapp Blk. . 
Mrk< Wm J, mach Capital City Pla'n- 
ning^ill, resl534Hi5K. 
mrkt Wm J Jr, lab, ldsi r j34 High 
ll;irk( n Henry S, cigar mkr, res 1128 8d. 
BiirktpsO Edward, ck'W U Tel Co, 
;i ibds 533 0^ ave. ; , 

■JJurkilt Eliza J j (wk Jphn), res 1 121 
j^jeflarson. ', .! 

Burkdtt Hugh W la), bds High cor 

! |D/)i glas ave. j 

{furkdtt Martin, driver Arctic Ice Co, 

. : | tiiis 128 e Orand ave . ; 
Bi rklijirdt Miss Carrie, wks D M Tent 

V& Awning Co, rms 438 (phestnut. 
^rkiirdt Frederick, res|30l w so 9th. 
B'iirklrirdt Henry, riolder; bds 314 

;i'rso 8d.| ' ; .i "'I I I 

Burkl iirdt John, painter, res 1}42 10th. 
I^lirkliurdlt Miss -Kate, wks 1) M Tent 

land AwniingjCo,!rnHi4^8 Chestnut. 
Bfrktliirdt Miss Lillie, bdb 301 w so 9th. 
Burlitrdt lilies MaggiW Wks 1) M Tent 

:'^n(}|']i wiping Cs, rmsi 43^ Chestnut. 

ad Miss Carrie ren 1530 a Wal- 

l - ' .-. i 

ad Elizabeth (wid! Nathan), bds 
yon.'-{ ;: •'! 

lder Edgar, student Highland 
College. Ij, ! 

an Charles, plumber John Burn 
re^ 132 Shepanl. 



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Thirty-five* venrs experience. 
References:* Many hundred buildings through-i 
out tht» middle utid western states. ! 

We are not perfect but we pay for our mistakes. 

PARTIES DESIRING TO BUILD W^LL 

DO WELL TO CALL AND SEE US. j 

W. R. PARSONS & SON,! 

805 Equitable Buildi ng. ! 

Burkowsky Charles, butcher, res 518 e 

30 5th. ' ; 

Burl James (col'd), waiter, ruis 822 

Park. ' I 

Burleigh Claude R, printer D M Dailyj 

News, res 1715 8th. J ! 

Burleigh George W, carp F P Snider,' 

res 1715 8th. , j 

Burleigh Hiram J, res 438 Chestnut. 
Burleigh James W, printer The la State 

Register, res 438 Chestnut. j 

Burlen John, wks la Pipe and Tile Co> 

res 307 5th. 
Bur-tey Fred, elk J L Thornton, bds 

1920 River. 
HURLEY ttEOKGE W, Manager Muni 

ger's Laundry, res 1020 8th. 
BURLINGTON ROUTE, Depot Em, bet 

5th and tith, city office 232 4ith (see 

Jront patfc VI). ' j 

Burman Clara, wks The Nat Starch 

Mnfg Co, res Chesterfield. ' 

Buruap Win L, student Highlaujl Park 

College. I 

Buruaugh George C (col'd), barber The 

Kirkwood, res 525 Walnut. ' j 

Burnaugh Jane (col'd), cook Harris 

Emery Co. res 525 Walnut.^ ; | ; 

Buruaugh Mrs Lydia (col'd). wks Harris 

Emery Co, res over 525 Walnut. 
Burnaugh Samuel R (col'd), printer The 

la State Register, rms 423 9th. 
Burnaugh Stella (col'd), waiter, bds 525 

'Walnut. 
Bnrnell Sarah L (wid Abraham), bds 

,5)51 5th. I ; 

Burner Edwin, barber Equitable [Barber 

Shop, bds se cor (5th and Chestnut. J 
Burner Willis J, student Drake Utii- 
; iversity. ' : 

Burnes, see also Burns. \ 

Barnes Charles A, wks Beekmah Bros, 

,res e Locust se cor Gth. I i 

Bjurues James H, lab, bds Lincoln 1st 

| house from river. , j 

; Burns Wm, lab, res Lincoln 1st house 

< from, river. ! 

Burnett Albert E, elk Schmu!cker&; 

' Loper, res 500 e Grand ave 



Burnett Bros (Wm and Lewis), grocers, 
: 412 e Qth. ( . | l ■ I 

Burnett Charles, res 922 e Graqd ave, I 

Burnett Charles E, moved to Stuart, .IilI 

Burnett Cburtland M, road master D 
M & N R R Co, res 1007 Walnut. 

Burnett Elmer J, agi,rms Aborn Home. 
Burnett Miss Emily| bkpr Israel Brbs, 
i bds 922 e Grand aye. 
3urnett George. C, [bkpr Standard Oil 

Co,; res 1385 Peuna ave. 'I 
Burnett James, elk 
I Co, | rms 1202 High. 
Burnett James W, 



Lederer, Strauss & 

inolder Wilson & 

Stein, res 514 e Cojurt ave. 
Burnett John, switcjhman C R I & P lly, , 
! bds 514 e Cdurt aye. ! . 

Burnett John 1 W, lap, res.515 e so 4tii. ' 
Burnett Justus S, c^k C D Coddington, 
I s res ! 500 e Grand aye. ! ' 

Burnett Lewis (Burnett Bros), res 922 e 

Grand ave. I 

Burnett Miss Margarite, student Cal- 

lauan College, mis 1125 24th. I 
Burnett Marion S; fore/man Watters- 
I Talbott Ptg Co, res 1633 4th. i 

iB'urnett Milo T, elk B J-Foley, rms 136 

e Locust. | ! ! "r 

Burnett Robert, miner, res 514 e Court 
i ave. : ! i ' j f 

{Burnett T'.E, trav agt,;bds Attorn 
I House. I I ' 

Burnett Wm (Burnett Bros), res 412 e 
I 6th. ■ j ' ■ I, 

JBurnett Win, baker Yeager & Baker, 
| res 500 e Grand ave. ' 

'Burns, see also lhirfies^ Berens and 
] Burnes. 

Burns Amanda, domestic 716 7th. 
Burns , Miss Annta, wks (Chamberlain 

'Medicine Co, bds 713 Court ave. 
Burns 'Charles A, tnvagt, bdsMunger's 

Hotel. I 

Burns Dennis T, elk P H Burns & £o 
' | bds 1119 Mulberry. 
Bjurns Miss Emma, wks Chamber 
I Medicine Co, bds 713 Court ave. 
Burns Miss Emma W. saleslady Louis 

Trepanier, bds 519 15th. 
Burns Eva, studebt Highland FprK 

College. 
Burns Mrs Frances E, wks .''Capital 

City Steam Laundry, bds 619 8th. ^ 
Burns Frederick, bi'akemaiii res 554|tb. 
Burns Frederick, wks Cracker FactOijy, 

res 419 Madison (.3 D M). 
Burns G . W, student Highland Park 

College. 
Burns Miss Ida, saleslady Estev & 

Camp, res 20 10th. ' , ■ 



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jity, ftdVl.16! 27th 1 f | J 

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„ Mullierry. ; 

Bjirns Patrick, lab, res 
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1119 Mulberry 
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and Virgil L Covylesj) 

t Court dye. '■' I J 
iurns Keset waiter 70fi 
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Pth.l ■■,-•' J ' ! I ; ' ; ■ I 

kirns Thomas, lab, rei 

]i jrusiqe I Alexander, [ 
Buru$ic{e, res . S)7JJ 25 1 

Bjirnside \ Arc iiu, pluityibejr, 
WoouIt]^d»a re. • j/,,- 

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] J; ! I , {,11411! co Tipetitors. ( 

mason |j Fran i\ Nelson}™* 1 .- | 

FLEMING' BHOSi, Managers, 

**■ ■' I ■ •'• ' 

©om$ lOjl and 102 la, Loanknd Trust Bldg.' 



,:Dru£gi^ts, 211 
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bds 1726! 
Highland! 



Belle, student Highland I Birsi ii Miss Cia 
Park|C{Meg«|, biis 3($4'3d'J I vl^q {McDonald, 



Miss 
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Bjirnside Chafe's! H, 'moved to Oska- 
I looiaj It. ' • ,' !. j ' . ; : j 
BDRNSfWE JC'HN, Plumbing Gas and 
Steam Kitting 005 Lb, cust Ij'he! Equit- 
able ;|blclg,.iei 1726; yVopdlan'd ave. 
(See page lc9\) ' !;■: ffj! T 
IHirnside Join C, Jbkpr iJohu Burn 
side, je i 172( ; Woodland aye. j 
urnside Miss L|ilttan,| re's l^Wood 
land ayfe 



Urrdl Delevan, aiudejnt Highland Park 
College. j 

urn 11 1 Stoddardl D. blk D M Johnson 
&,Son, bds 215 Ches;nut. 

Urri 3 Jacob; L, lab, res 711 Cherry. 

urris John R, lab, rris 711 Cherry. 

iirri3 Wm E, fariiek rms 711, Cherry. 

ijrrc i i/rhs, Albert i'H, carp, res 1119 2d. 

Jirrxiihs Birdie ! B jtudent,! bds 1119 

M - ■ I, ' 

3arrc ughs Dennis (oc lid), 
I 1337 Lyon ]t 

Vjjrrdnghs Hiram AJqarp 

irrdii^s | Allen L, fbrenmn J 

HK&ilcrest, res( HOI ei4th. ) 

irrd\^s jErnest V^, ,vks J K & W H 

^iUi-est, res 1401 e 14th f 

u-rdwsJohu R, foreman J K&WH 
l.&ilcrest, res 842 13th. i ■ i ' 

jrrdws Orville C, student, lids 842 

13th I 

Burrows WnrA. ca-p, 
Clara 



lrnside Mratobia (coPd), idressmlir, 
bdsl||)0!B 4 . | ■ ' ii.|, ; -i 1 

irnsifje WG iy; nieskngerUiSExCoj 
irust^a^ .966 ilso Bernstein.\ I ' | . ' ~" 
irnstin^l Miss Lena,f*es 120 Maple. 
fnstiii(|Har]^ res J20 Mable.l 
irnstine! Mrs Jtachael,,: furniture, 218 
\Valniiti| resj 1^0 Maple. 
irTelliAuthoiiy 3 (coi'd), ; j'aditor 
SiatelCdpito" ,[ res 713 e Walnut. 

rell] Oharl ?s > (co Pd), c&bk 
l-PWn. irms ] i(| wsd5t)i. 
1J »rreli;j|jnies,v|ait,gr!Aborn 
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Miss tjennib, 

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John, Jab, bejs 
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Miss Ania^uaa H, bds oyer 954 
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^urti Alvarado, ii, bltpr Redhead,- Nor- J 
l^ton LathropCo, b(h4ir)7th. | 

|Bjirti Eieri^h S, expdesi, bds 837 17th. 
jB Urt ©harles W, stu< ent, Drake Uni- 
Hj yerjlty,i rms 1075 26 h. , i 

Burt Hiss C Pearl, bdi 31204th. , ! 

Biirtl Edwin O, exataiiier of titles Iowa' 
\[hoii- and Tr.u8tCo,: res ^30 13th. j 

B^rt Mmma (wid B S) res 20J) 9th. l I 




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Men of Integrity and Ability who can Write 
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Burtch Miss Dorr, wks DIM Laundry, 
bds 1210 2d (S DM). 

Burtch Edward, teamster, bds 1' 
(SDM). 

Burtch Fayette W, painter, res over 954 

Oth ave. 
Burtch Harriet (wid Nelson), res 1178 

2d. ., '• ] ' ' ! 

Burtch Martha (wid Alexander), res 

1210 2d (SDM). | | ! 

Burtch Win F- tiremau, res 012 e 13t,|i. 
Burtis Thomas B, rms 811 e I2thj j 

Burtman Augustus, lab A H Walker &' 

Co, 210 Court ave. 
Burton Charles, student Highland Park 

College, bds 3508 4th. ; . I 
Burton John, res 019 2d. 
Burton John T, elk, res 01 J) 2d. 
Burton Thomas H, barber T G 

bds 224 3d. 
Burton Wm, lab, res 1 18 e so 5tl 
Bnrzadott James C, elk Wm Burzaeott, 

res 813 e 5th. li j 

Burzaeott Mrs Sarah (wid Thomas), res 

742 e Walnut. j| 

Burzaeott Wm, newsdealer, books, 

stationery, cigars and tobacco, 309 e 

5th, res 724 e Walnut. I 

Busby Charles, elk Merchants 4 

kers Fire Ins Co, res 833 0th jive. 
Busby > rancis H, cook, res 208 w so 
Busbv Jeane (wid James), res 709' 7th. 
Busby John R (John R Busby & Co), 
| res 1211 0th ave. I 

Busby John R & Co (John R Busby), 
' druggists, 1201 0th ave. j ' 

Busby John W, boarding, English ave 

se cor Wabash ave (Chesterfield )l 
Busby Robert K, wks The Nat Starch 

Mnfg Co, res Chesterfield. \ I 
Busby Wm S, wks The Nat Starch 
' Mnfg Co, res Chesterfield. I ' 

ttLSEMURK LITY M, Physician, 4i 

The Equital)le Bldg, res 518 7th.l 
Busenbark Quiuev, student! C C C C, 

rms 204 11th. ' I j 

Bush Abraham, elk, res 021 e Gthl \ , 
Bush Benjamin P, elk Merritt <fcl Bush, 
res 022 Maple. 



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Busjh,Miss Fafanie E, bds 532 4th. 

[Bush Francis P (Merritt '& Busl^), res 
| i 1525 High. : I 

tfush George (col'd), j teamster, pds 1119 
I Fremont. 

Bush Isaac, (col'd)j house cleaner, bds 

I I 1119 Fremont. j 

Bush Isaac Jr (col'd), teamster,, bds 1110 
Fremont. , | 

Bush Leonidus H, res 532 4th. , | 

Bush Samuel M, hostler, bds n s North 

(|h wof 35th. li 

Bush Wm B, trav agt Merritt & Bush, 

res 022 Ma^le. ; ' i 

Bushiieli Charles J, student D M College, 

rmd 1830 8th. ; 1 1 

Hushijiell Joseph P, moved to Chicago, 
Bushby MrsjE J, embroidery, • 843 Bth- 

ayej res same. . . j • 

Business Men's Accident Association, 

Matthew V Blackburn sec, 312 Yoitng- 

etaijau blk. . ; . j 

JBussdlle Jot T (Bu^selle & Son), I xes 
; 1!)25 Crocker. I i 

IJUSSELLE WILEY W (Drake & Bus 

I I selle), res I040|22dj (see left bQttom cor 
] j cards) . 

Busselle & Son (Jot T and Wiley .WJ.real 
I estate, 208 5th. ' \ 

tuSsey Miss Laura 1 , bds 1770 4th. | 

Pussing Isaac F, carp, res 1305 Univer-/ 

■ sity ave. j- 

Pussing Wm, bds Forest ave cor 12th. 

Bui cher George, wholesale Hour, 204 w 
sj) 7th, res 1070 2Gih. 

Bui cher George A, 
e9th. 

Bulcher Mary' (wid 

; 9th. 

jBui in Anthony J, g 

j 1238 22d. 

[Burin D wight F, rea 

| res/Park ave 1st n 

Bu tier Charles, real 

! 8th and Park 

(Butler Charlotte C( 

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JBu tier Chink," barbe 

! 71th nw cor Harris 



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Charles), res 32^ ej 

ergeant police, 'res 

I estate, 524 Locust,' 
of Greenwood aye.) 
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Butler C Frank, violinist, res Gl8i e lstj. 
Butler Daniel, weaver Sehmitt & Heiiry 

Mnfg Co, bds so 7th and Harrison. 
Butler Ellis, moldtr, bds Des Moines 

House. ) ■ . ' 

Bu'tler Frank K, lab| D M Fence Co, res 

018£e 1st. | 
Butler Frank, lawyer, res 014 |3d 
Butler Frank, student IOWtV BISI- , 

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Butler 
JHarvebt$jng]4acEinejCpj 210 
j s.ve, res |711- Woodland; ave 

lii'tler Jphfn M fireman, res 

1i6dm){| . I :\\ :/ 

Bjutler tjetfis, bldsJBOOie 1 Grand &v 

<Bu\ler l4|iise E j(wid J:A), |d}e 
• ;fe4li|h. : f ■' ! ; | 

Butter Misi Miry, E- (Butler 

1resl2l7|7tb(|. # Jj "H . ■ 

B,utler Mepindf (wid GaMn), 
jrisonMcoj: 7th (S DiM) ?1 

Butler Misjs Rena W, sti^ent 
i Park jOof lege. 5 - ; . 

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I Butler [^ f dah (Miss|Mjiry Ef Butler, 

; Miss Lizzie £| Adair)! milliiery, 12li: 

25th. :; | ' ■'■ ' " ' ! i ■ ' ■' 

BiUiin'foJben H (Bubn!& Oailla.han), 

■resOlO'lith. , 
l<utlin & ^allaian (Richard KButlin, 

J)avi(l:! s. CqUahan|)[ ^oml rpe^ ^06 

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Biitftell ; Adam, 

* Buttell Piano 
liiitteniiki JD 

'r«sl320 J7tjh. .. , . 

Bptterkereit Carl G (age 09), died Ajtal 
,-,7,1899 ! ,.;/ !■ -.' ; 

Biuterkereit M ssjAlide M, teacjhdr, res 

JillOPiric.: |' i M ! . T-r :■ 

Butterkereit M rs Rpxarina; lies 1119 

Park.; I ' | ; i .1 

.Bjuttler Seth (Se ;h Buttler : & Co$ Tis 200 
i |e Grand ave. i ■ ; ' " V ! 

littler Seth & <]o (Setib Buttler,! George' 

m Bryan), pr^prs Excelsior Bottling 

JWorksfaaGe si ! f :; j ' '; I . 
lfittolph. Ella i tudeb,t Highland .Park 

%tolfti J Fh.nk, Student Highland 
t -PaBk UOleW; bds 6i2 Ebclid av<L ' 
Butts IdeHf IE (widi Jaf D), artist,, f 

'mile i6of Walnut fli .1 church. 
Wts.EWward W, pkiiiter Holland & 

ij^ew, res 1089 25th. f IT 
Butts Eiisia, teamster 

..cor Grand avo., ! 

1?!*^ A ( wid e 3rj?et),bds 1211 
|Mulbbrry. ! ; . ■ '• ij -v 

* «tts Harflet (I utts'4 Fairall),re8,1652 

%N & , H rail Harriet, BuUs, i ^gkr E 
jHimml^roctrk, 1654 Lyon. 
1 l !!r er W. co l«w mkr D M Saddlery 
!Cp, bds bH4 Walnut! ; , r ! 



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D{,vid H. bkpr D M'Mnfg & 
y Co', res Forest ave aw cor 23d. 

He mer.F, -floor walker Chas E 



Bro, res 518 9th. 



L aniel H, carp, res 4 Park alley. 
J)hE E', carp, bds 4 Park alley. 
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' Mnd Fark College, rni 6^ The Iliad. 

B^ers'i.Miss Gertie, elkj Leon Solomon, 
:Jjdsi : r . p Grand alve. 

By^rs Marie, studeni; 

^jollisge. . ■ ... -•' 
I^ymar Haywood, lab jMalne & Horra-, 

jfein, b^s Louis Burkj (S D M). 
Bjoir V .rs Minnie, res : 507 e Walnut. 
Bypr iertr^icle, clkS Leon, bds 115 

I jGraid avp. , . 

Byj^am Adam, lab, res 1326 Hubbell. , 
By)ran Paschal 1^, foreman H A Eaton, 
J res 3Si Raccoon. I ( 
IJJrkit Oharies E, printer, 120 4th, bds 
: 611 e (2th. ; 

BliRK [T C S, Deputy Secretary of State, 
Hijes 1 B 27 e Grand ave. I 
Byrnes , see also Berens and Burns. ■. 
Byijne Charles K, tinner, bds. 20 10th. 
Bytfne Elizabeth A (wM Peter), res 20 

:10th.- I . ' - : 

yrne ^iss Ida A, elk Estey & Camp 

b^Js 20 10th. ■ 

y^ne wm f, launtfryrian, bds 20 IQth. 
Byrnes Charles A, genj agt Peru Plow 

&WtieelG6, 201 (Court' ave, rms 507 
1 Granc dve. , ' 

■By^es James A, elk P J Donahue, rms 

^19 vr so (51th. i >.._ 

Byrnes Patrick, lab I^iag' & .Kennedy, 
i^oJscC 5 Locust. j| j 
Byrum :Sleie|ar E, laWjer,' res 1906 9th. 
Bywat^r Mifis Ida M, teacher Garfield 

sefioO , rm^ 12 TrosWlf blk. 
fBvwatt;: Mrs S H, njtjsic teacher, res'. 

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Cable Rev Willis H, pastor Highland 
Park M E church, rms 8th uw cor Oak 
Park ave. j 

Cady Charles, teamster, res 1354 Bu- 
chanan. 

Cady Eddy (Cady & Co), res ai8 pine 
(e 7th). 

Cady Edward, student IOWA BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE. 

Cady Elizabeth B (wid Calvin), i'liis frll 
Grand ave. , ' 

Cady Frank' W, teamster, rese s 16th 
1st u of Hubbell. | 

Cady Helen A, agt, res 1027 Cottage 
Grove ave. i 

Cady John, carrier P 0, res 818 Pine 
(e7th). I 

Cady Leverett B, farmer, res 1!)27 Cot- 
tage Grove ave. ! 

Cady Miss Minnie A, elocutionist, res 
818 Pine (e 7th). 

Cady Thomas II (Cady & Co), Ires 818 
Pine (e 7th). 

Cad y VV m H. teamster. res 1428 Fremont. 

Cady & Co (Thomas H and Eddy Cady); 
coal and lime, 321 e 4th. j * ! 

Caesber Maria, housekpr 1723 Center. [ 

Cage George L, farmer, res so s| Clifton 
ave near Park ave (S D M). • 

Cage James H. farmer, res se i sec 
24 twp 79 rauge 25. \ 

Cage John (age 58), died Nov lif, 1$92 

Cage Thomas T, driver White iLii 
Trans Co, res KM) 11th. j 

Cage Walter, driver E D Janes & Co, 
res 210 14th. ! ' 

Cahal Edward, carp, res Douglas cor 
Park ave. i 

Cahal Lucy J, domestic J M Tracy. 

Cahill Charles E, sol N Y Life 1 Ins Co, 
res 815 Walnut. 

Cahill George W, lab.jres Gth ave2d so 
of Grant. | | i 

Cahow James L, lab Liverpool & D M 
Packing Co. res Chestertield. 

Ciu\$,> see also Cane, Kaiu and Kane. 

Cain Benjamin F, carp, res 124L 13th. 

Cain Catherine (wid .Robert).! res 205 
Vine. 

Cain Mrs Lizzie, res 205 Vine. 

Calaway Waddy (colfd), plasterer, res 
Railroad ave swj cor e so 4th. 

Caldbeck Wendell, .trimmer: Gillett 
Tailoring Co, res 904 e Grancj ave. 

CALDBECK WM, Sec and Manager 
Gillett Tailoring Co, res 904 e Graild 
ave (see top marginal line front eover\) 



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Highland 



rms 
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Shoe 



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Cilderwood Dadie 

park College. 
Galderwood Wm (Jl, student 

park College. » 
Gakjewe Alexander fresco painter 

le 1st, rms same 
Caldwell, see also Calwkll and $olw$ll, 
Caldwell Alpheus B, farmer, r 

Jl st so of New Yoi'k ave. 
Caldwell Miss Carrie, mach j<Jpr p. M 

IShoeMnfg Co, rfes 120 w so 
Ckldwell Charles, i;eamster, reb .w 

7th 3d s of Elm. 
Gildwell Charles fy f trav agt 

9th. 
C ildwell Miss Cora, mach op 

Mnfg Co, res 12Q w so 5th. 
Culdwell David HI, watch ma 
, ical Garden, res 3100 6th aV£. | 
Caldwell Edward, student! 
.Park College, j • | 

Caldwell Ernest, student^ 

Park College. i 

Caldwell Elias L, la|), res 

chanan. ' j 

Caldwell Frank E, driver Standard Oil 

Co, res 2d between Jefferson and 

Madison (S D M). I 
CALDWELI f HON HMRVjC U A Cir 

cuit Judge, res Little RpcklArk. ' 
Caldwell Noble W, polisher^ M Marble 

and Mantle Co, bds 717Mulberrk ,■■ 
Cal'dweli; Wm B M, lab Standarii Oil 

Co, res 120 \v so 5th. » i • ' 
C!aleen Emma, domestic 1183! 8th. j 
Calhoun Charjes. barber, bds 724 2d. 1 , 
Calkins Alonzo L, agt U S Industrie 

al Iiis Co, res 18th and Franklin. 
Calkins David S, city assessor, res; 1401 

Grand ave. ' i ! ! i '< 

Calkins Ella, student Highland Park 

College. j . j 

Calkins Oliver H. painter! res ne cor 

19th and Franklin ave. ' 
(vail, see also Caul. j I 

Call Anna'L (wid Andrew), res 310 

Ridge. 
}all George W, moved to JBbone, fa. 
'all Miss Mary, hair dresser, bds 210 

Ridge. ' -..'■ I; >-"■ 

Callahan Andrew, miner, ires 1440 Bu- 
chanan, 
i Jallahan David N (Bntlin & Callahan),. 

res 910 11th. 
Callahan Miss Etta, bds 807,e Maifket. i; 
,'allahan James, collector Singer 
Co, res 1512£ Loqust 



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cjijlahan Jlohn, eng <jj, EI & 
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Cjftilaha'bl Mattip, tireniari C, 
;lf,y, bda 'Monitor Hdusej. 

Ca'llahaa Michael, i mac,hiD M 
, Supply flo, r€Sl388j e V!in(J5. 

Cajlahy Rjqber^ J, punter, rek963 22d 



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Callahjin 'imomaf 
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Caflahjan fjpomjas,, miner, 



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(ihllariiKfel domestic; 1204 'Voodland 

!'ave.l';llT- : M.! t ' "• J 
Callanan Mrs Anna H^; matron (jtyllanan 
Home, rfes sane. I ] i 

CALLA^f] COLLEGE, she D>qke Uni 

CallanajilfranH E (age 40), < icd Nov. 

;;wi802[J i T | i ■. 

Callanan Horn), Mrs; Anna HMartin- 
dal, ijpiM'on, |l;1^0 F^eas^tnt. 

esf Ha\yk 
, Estitje,,302la 

Loani# .fruatfcres 28th, hw cor Wood 
land javfl.. | | ■' •■ J; .1 - 
Callanan Jamei L/cl)k Ja lies' Qallanan, 

res 28tli.jn\v<:or Woodland ive, 'j * 
Callan'ari Maitha C\ pub Woman's 
\1 Standard,,, res 28th < r*w ori- Wood 
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Mission Sunday School, Charles 
ser supt, n s e T Grand -ave bet 
\d 5th. .1 



Callander Wm F" (>V F da lander & 
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'allandiii-hV F& Co Wni F Callander), 
i grocers, (803 I i'ocu^l ; .1 y. 
Jallawfiy Usaau 1 F, ; tjrav| aj[t, res 133S 

22d. -.:' v H.-i j i j .- j i . i • 
'allendeHpilis* Alice, iv^s The D M 

Shoe %1?f& <Jo, res jiffj« Washington 

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^Ivary Mission 'tabernacle, n a e 
:$raM aye bet 4th arid 5th. 

Jaavait Charles A, la|j> Liverpool & D 

M Packing Co, res 118;e 18th! 

aiveift Charles A, bdsil p e Vine. 

ilvect Mis6 Dora, wHs D M laundry, 

^014| Grajid a/ve.- 
?fijveil Elpathan, pumps and real es- 
. ; ta.te 1 5 s' Grand ave opp Jordan M E 
:U(phuhiu .';■'' ' n. T.: 1 , . : 

Ca veri John, miner, resse isen 24. 
m Wen Soph'm (wid Mark); dress mkr, 
! i01&, Grand ave. I',! , 
pajvei i Wni, plk res 15^0 Grand ave. 



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Cjallender- jAshbury B; bigar .njijir Philip 
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'allend^i (Vm, jres'908t Hj 

allisonj Jamei; A, pifin 1 Capitlal Pari 
-school, rhigMdlilih. I. || " 
ijAllispfa; M nnij , ktudpbtHifehl^nd Parle 

College. i| .-: j ■ r\ * f 

?( ijj;¥ti fll student Highland ^rk 

Allison ^dielV, stiudent Drake Unl| 
^versity f hd8H06j25th. i 'j 
•tallison VI B, studeiii'Highlalnd Park 
College. , I | ! J v ^ 

fallnal qcjtlif, lab.' res;ii09 Scitt, 



hMvu jlJohn H, lab, bds 1213 High. 

Csilvir Joshua Bjclki Hbrlbut, Ward & 
; iEo, fe 1213 High. |; ■' , ■ ' 

(DALVU SAMUEL, Htate Geologist, 

jBtatte House; res IoWa C|tv, la. 

CiU'jri Mrs Sarah fi, r^s 1213 High. 

C^lwel , see Qaldwell «W dolwell. 

Cabetin Albert W (McMeekin & Cam- 

. eroij), res 3^0 e 1st. j f 

P^taefdm Dapiel F, lineman 4 W U Tel 

,'-;fio.rtjsll88 8tb. , ! 

Cijnei kin Dean S, lab, rms 1108 riigh. 

Camerin Don C,. trat agt, bds202^e 

}, 'jScotti v ;■ I 

.CameMn.Doijglas, stockibuyer, res 2028 

! '^Sc^tt. | -. . ■ }> ' , | ; 

C^meion Mr*} Elizabeth, rels 726 15th. 
Came^n Miss Flora, niilliner, bds 2028 

I ii Sdptt, , ' ;_ _• | ' 

Capieron ^aftiesB, messenger A D T 

', C3o, bds 726' 15th. ! 

Came«»'n Jaiies L, pajfer hgr, rms 1108 

(^ahieron. James W, driver American 

! Ex C j, rms . 1 17 e GraW ave. 
(?abef6n Miss Jenni^, trimmer Miss 
: ,) Katjs Dalyi ; bds 320 e ii st. i 
C^nei(»n Margaret (wid J), dreasmkr, 
ftes :08Hifeh. . ■= ;•■" 
.C^meion^ils May, re i, 726 15th. 
t^bje:'6h Mi$s Nettie, )kpi* Drake S 
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United States has issued a REPORT, addressed to 
Policy-holders, which ib full of interesting matter. 

It is a pamphlet of 48 pages, neatly prinked on 
handsome, paper. ] 

A copy \\5ill be sent to any address upon applica- 
tion to 

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Campbell Edith, student Highland Park 



ond vf, bkl>r 
R35 12th. ' 



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Equitable Building. 



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Cameror Miss Oda, elk C, R I & P Hy, 
bds 1000 0th ave. 

Cameron Robert B, watchman A I) T 
Co, res 720 15th. j 

Caiperou Win A, driver American Ex 
Co, res 117 e Grand ave. i 

CaMeron Wm J, special messenger P O, 

Wis 320 e 1st. !■ j 

Camp Frank J, elk J D Seeberge|r, res 
.13 Pie 12th. I 

Camp Henry C, agt, res 1407 High. 

Camp Ida R, bds 1312 e 12th. 
Camp James M, wagon mkr, 

Grand ave, res 1312 e 12th. 
Camp John A, elk S C Sweet, bds 

1 7th 
Camp John N, journalist, res 83 
Camp Sarah J (wid Wm), res 

Walnut. 
Camp Miss Stella M, stenog A T 
. Ry, rms 823 5th. 
Camp Wm L, studen,t Highland 

College 
Campagna Frank, fruits, 110 4thl 
Campbell Albert, wlfs CG Burger, ires 

844 12th. 
(AMPBKLL ALBERT L, Sec 

Loan and Trust Co, res The 

(See page 90 .) 
Campbell Miss Alice, teacher 

Park school, bds A K Campbell 
(Jgri))bell Alonxo, teamster, 



012 e 

30 

1 17th. 
1501 e 

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£or 10th and University ave. 
Campbell Archibald S, bds 

Campbell. 
Campbell August K, pres Cafapbell 

Heating Co, res u s Euclid avl^s 1st w 

of 10th (Oak Park). 
Campbell Charles, bds 440 Chest jiuti. 
Campbell Charles E. bds 900 3d. 
Cimpbell (Carles W, wks D IV^Stove, 
| Repair Works, rms 410 0th ave ! 

(ifcmpbell Clinton G, transfer agt D M 

jSt R K Co, bds 024 Walnut. \\ 
Campbell David, gardner, res s e cor 

18th and Rrooks. || ' , 

Campbell Edgar E, mason, b(^s 1100 

Fillmore. 



College. 

Catripbell Edmond 
Jiiwett, rms 1835 

Cai lpbell Edward, farmer, res W j 
sec 17 range 24 (Bloomiield twpj. 

Carnpbell Edwin S, printer la Printing 
Co, res 924 Walnut. 

Campbell Elmer A, painter Holland 

&■ New. res 721 Lyon. t 

Campbell M ss Emma, stenog Western 

White Bronze Co. bds Mrs S E Crosth- 

vj-ait (Highland Park). 
Campbell Everett, student Highland 

Park College. I 
Campbell Frank, bds Runev Campbell. 
Campbell Frank! A, bkpr FT Campbell, 

res 900 3d. j < f ' 

Campbell Frank E, carp, res 1 307 Maple 
JDANPBELL FRANK T, Boots md Slides, 
; 010 Walnut, President Iowa Fire In- 
! surance Co; res 900 3d. 
Ca mpbell Fred A, cond D M St R R Co, 

Ids 924 Walnut. ' 

Ca mpbell Greeley H. agt, res 3325 8th. 
Campbell G T Waldo, mnfr Campbell 

furnaces, Dds A K Campbell. ' 
Ca npbell Harry E, messenger US Ex 

Co, res 1820 Woodland ave. ; j 
Ca upbell Heating Co, A K Campbell 

pres, 200 5th. . I t 

Campbell Mrs Helen M, dressmkr, 721, 

Lyon, res same. ; 

Campbell Henrv, teamster, res Clay ne 

dor 5th (S DM). I 

Campbell Herman, carp, res 721 2d. 
jCampbell Horace, res 1135 Qth ave. 
Campbell Horace D.iclk Liverpool &D 

M Packing Co, bds A KCampbjellJ 
'Campbell Jpnes, physician, 212 4th, 

rms same. ' . 

Campbell James E, printer P C Ken- 
yon, bds 1109 10th. | 
Campbell James H, supt R N Hyde, refe 

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2224 Atkins 

Cajmpbeli I James W, driver, bds 1729 
^yon. ! 

Campbell Jam^s W, hardware, 950 Gth 
ave, res 833 9th. I 

Campbell Jennie (col'd), domestic 1811 
Arlington ave. '' ' i 1 

CAMPBELL JOHN A, Veterinary Sun 
beflw and Dean Iowa Veterinary Col- 
lege, Office and Infirmary 413 Grand 
ave, res 1065 5th. (See page classi- 
fied Veterinary Surgeons.) 

Cimpbell John A, cond D MJSt RR Co, 

* res 1429 Lyon. | 

Cimpbell John A, teamster, res New 
York ave 1st e of 5th. | [ 

CAPITAL CITY Ntii^EfclBS 

' O. L'WATROUS. 

j COR. SIXTH AXD 9EU1JB^BBV. 




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^&T al ff re " ?** W Ibms Investilient Co 

mpbell JohrijD, agt„ rfe 721 Lyon: ( ' 1 1 ^"[^ m * vJUIlVIll VV. 



(MPBEliL JOJHN. H,i Mapager, for Io Wa 
(Bankers I Alliance ,of 'California, res 

klkwalijut..!]:. I . ||- -i ■ , 

thmpbell ifohri |P, lab| Mrs Dolly Scott. 
fcim&bellJiohnlW^cohtrajstoivrnis 170$ 
tfoodlaud av£. 



Campbell JjoseMi S t student Drake rUnf- 

1 rersityl r^s I336 f 27thi (' • .; ; 

C^mpbeU.mci^da.(wjia--Huglj L)[ bds 



1429 Lyoh. .,,; •,; i ,m 
Campbell LydiaJ/E (wid I)avi£ G), res 
^ 1162 27th!T *. :;; ' . | | ' 

issii Mamie !R, 
ale'i?, odd 833 9th. 



udent Highh.hd 



Campbell 
! Science 
Campbell M S, s 
I Cbllege.i[ ■',: 
Campbell Pearl 
| Cnestnuti , 
Campbell Ppter, 
, bds same] ' 
Oaiipbeil'. PhilibijGrl ear ire 

r hi Co; Ms m waMut 



raw * 44Q 



iCampbe'll Euney, farmer res 



We 20, Wp 79,: 



t,, painter, 
2lk De? Moinefe H^use,' 

r D M St 

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Campbell Mfiss $tella,jsteriog Ift GjDun 

&'Co, bdfllOJ) 
I iCampbell' miss, ' 
1 ! \„ Science ftealelti bds 833 9th, 
m, ti al estate, res 1 



10th. ., i 

Valeria $„ (Christian 



Campbell Wm, gaiter Ttibjllia 

^ainpbell Wilsp 1 " --— *— 
17th. • I -Jill ]! 



316 Ul. FIFtH ST. 



CAPIfilL PAID,; flSOiODO. 

REAL [E8T7VTE LOANS AND 



Cannon 
(Qii'ldi 



Joseph, ,pres Iowa Flour and 
cms over 823 Walnut. 



Cannon 
Medij^ 

Cahsler 

Canti 
Caiitr^l 



Cannon la iFo rest W r galesman Avery 

'ManfirCb.resSOO 66K. V 
CalnWt iHary (wid Wni), ! res 1325 




[iss Belle, elk , Chaniberlain 
inje ^p, bds 1006 10th. 
alley, waiter! Kir kw,oc-d, rms 



rtte. 



inmi 
Wks, 



o, teamster, 



tcoipth. 

i : .; Ti '.i 

res i 1437 



Canty V\ 



Evert W, lawyer, res 2* 6 e 9th 
'hepdoric N, wjes D.M ?otter^ 



res Franklin, cdr 27th. 



m, eng, res ne cor Eastern and 



ne cor 



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astern 



Campton \\f W, student JOWL BUSI- 
[ NESS COLLEGE. . ! .; ! ! J 

Canaqay, sel t alu^ Kennedy, 
Canaday iVm HA carp,! res) 10H 



f.'ijut. 
Canadian 
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Pkcifid R'RI.Coi W 

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Cane, see Cmn, lfain and Kane 
Vantield jMIss '.Jldahl jStejaog 
j House, realllu e Walnut. . 
Canine Cornelius' C, ca^rp, ifes 
Canine 'Joseph, res tir vv gAte.lFair 
i (frouhdl j • ■ .. . |>; \ A TT.m] 
L'amine Maggie A, dressrakr^ res lilOa 9 
fa'diue W&\ P, -student; D: M <poUdge, 
ibilsMOij^'ashiigtonl ': "i ■ , 
Canine'Win p t earp, re^ e j Gra nd lave, 

a w cor Faftrgrdund alye. | ' || 
('annanv jj)ha Wjbutclier. bds 1)15 17th. 
Cat nam Mis j Irepe, niillirier, ' bds ;915 

CaqnonMlss Bertha Mj c)k M O dept 

. PiO, bds[8( Gtii avd: L ; 

'ipo Jam bs, stoned ttr D M Stone 

;%d, res S 24 .iJil 



j |l)ean| aves 

Qaiity ^Vm Jr.lab, res 

ai^d p?anayes. 
CAtert'John, waiter Aliorn Howie, rms 

o;yerjp4th. . \ 

Capital City Boat House. John 'J Fitz- 
'••• g^raljl, propr, Bluff pet Center arid' 

Crocker. | 1. 

CAlfn>L CITY B0T1!|,IN(3 WORKS, 

Jfred<)i ick Harbach, ; Rro»r, rear 512- 
i Qll4. \Viilnut. ' 

CAPITAL CITY BKICKj AND PIPE CO, 

II ,B ]^IcGorris|c;Secaud Treas, over 

fel2 «h. (Sec page Classified Brick 

mnlmctors.) 



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Jbhi E, painter res 1325 Maple, a^fie 



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CAPITAL CITY COMMERCIAL COL- 
. IfGGlf, Johri,M Mehan.Pres, Win F 
! G^S8^uani See, 600-0 i ^Locust. 

CAItkTA L CITY ELECTRIC LIOHT CO, 
Mwalnl G Pratt, Mngr, Wm BKeffer, 
! Set, t|f ice. 208 5th. | 

CAPITAL CITY «AJ^ illGHT CO, Kd 

\yard (t' Pratt Manager, Wm B Kef- 
': jferiSec.'oflice 208 5th J Works e Vine 
Lbe(lstand2d. ! i ! 

CAPITAL CITY KURSlERIES, C L 

| Watro^is Propr, Clifton avei oflice 0th 
a,Ve, ni cor Mulberry {See left bottom 
likes and page 140), \ 

CaJpitallCity Oat' Meall Co,] v John B 
Sonuster . pres, ^ Wm JAulmann vice 
prds, Jjuntha D' Whisenand sec, Joseph 
WMGenjeW treas, e 7t^, sw cor Court 




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Kul I information will be cheerful]) - furnished by 
F. B. ALLDEEDGE, Gen'l 'Agen 
ELLIOT S. MILLER, District Sd 

20, 2i. 22 Office Block, DES MOINES, 



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CAPITAL CITY PLANING MILL €0, 

F A Pereival Pros, II F Pereival Sec 
ami Treas, C J Meerdink Sup Mnfrs 
Sash, Doors and Blinds, 201 a id 203 ie 
Court avis {See page 99). j ' 

CAPITAL CITY PUMP WORKSj, Bock 
-man Bros Proprs, 220 e so 5th, cor 
Raccoon. (Seepage 98.) j 

CAPITAL CITY STATE BANK, Ambni- 
sine Holland Pres, General Ed jWriglit 
Vice Pres, James A McKiuney Cash- 
ier, e 5th, sw cor Locust. {Sc&' page 

S(>.) r : j ; 

CAPITA^ CITY STEAM LAUNMtY, jE 

E Herring <& Co Proprs, 224 and 2£0Je 

(ikh. ( ! !; 

CAPITAL CITY WOOLEN MILjLli, j 
Sheiiermau Bros Proprs, 8thi sejcorj 
Vine f: 

CAPITAL INSURANCE CO, S T Berfy 
Pres, John B Henderson Vice I'res, 
J K Gilcrest Sec. "IV W Lyons \lYwis, \ 
410-418 4th. ■ j ' 

CAPITAL INSURANCE BUILDINli, 
^ 10-4 18 4th. Ill j 

Capital Park, n s Polk bet e 12th j aiid| 
13th. , i : J i ! 

CAPITAL PARK GREEN HOUSE,) 

■ 1 W Lozier Propr, 1312-e 13th. ] (8efi 
card below and page Classified Flor 
ists.) 



Capital Park -Greenhou&e \ 

'I. W. LOZlEIt, l^roprie^or. j | 

1312 E Thirteenth St. : Telephone 153 

DES MOINES, IOWA.} | , 

CUT FLOWERS AND FUNERAL DE 

SIGNS A SPECIALTY! 
Take E Sixth and Ninth St. cur. j 






Capital Park School, James A CaJF'Son 
Prin, Polk n\v cor J3th. j \ [':\ 

CAPITAL ROLLER MILLS, Whftej; 
Murphey & Pickering Proprs, e 3d, 
ne cor Vine ( Sec/page 100). j || 

CAPITOL BUILDING, 9th bk GrAnjl 
ave and Walnut. ; J ] ! 

Caplan W.olf, lab, res 120 [Des Moinei. I 



Caplin Herman, elk Younker Bitos, 
ijds 213 Des Moines. , I J 

f Cabps Lewis M, trav ago DM Leader, 
its 1420 5th. J ' ; I 

Capron Clara, student E ighland Park 
College. , | 

Capron Edward S, paeke: White. MJur- 
phey & Pickering, res 14 j7 e Courtave. 

Capron John, student' Highland Park 
(I'oljege. j • , j; 

Cajpron Smith ,E, lab, res 1407 e Cdurt 
ave, _ . ■ \ \. | • 

("ajraher Bernard, res 212 Maple. 

Caraher Bernard Jr, pre^smnn, bds,212 
Maple. ' .. 

Caraher Frank,, potter Eagle Pottery, 
bds 212 Maple. * i | 

Cijraher James, bds 212 Map|e. I , 

Caraher Miss Mary, bds 213 Maple. ! 

Caraher Philip A, maehinisjt, bds 1212 
Maple. ' - ' j ' '. j 

Carbondale Coal Co, A W Swariita re- 
ceiver, 47 Clapp Blk. | 1 

Carder Maude, waiter EM Williahisj 
rms J) 14 Locust. '' I | 

Carder T C, student IOWA BUSINESS 
COLLEGE. I 

Ciivdvy, see Cordary. [' 

C'arey David, wks The Nat Starch 
MnfaCo. 

C ulev Edward B, paver, bds 411 .Hart- 
ford ave (S D M.) j 

Carey John, miner, res 411 Hartford ave 
(SPM.) , , 

Carey John L res 714 7th. 

Carev Mary J (wid- Edwin), res jl 102 

Jtiifeh. . | • ■ ■' . ; ,, ■ 

Uarleton Clarence M, elk J A Garyer & 

Co, rms820 18th.| , 

Carleton Dqdley B, bds ,752 e Walhut.* 
uarleton Eric W (Hartung ] & Carle 

res 125 Des Moines. 
Uarleton PrankP, bkpr Blopmlield 

and Mining Co, res 752 e Walnut. 
Carleton Lee A, lab, res w s 30th. 4 

of Hickman ave. j 

(Jarlin Clinton C, moved to Chicago, 111. 
Carlin CromWell C, moved to Austin, 111 



ton), 
Coal 
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MFdV6l^f|dF6ll)P0l?rS 



We make a specialty of Siiiownllis !l " ( l DriycvvayJ 
usiiiK Mjo. fnnitjus ''(Jii^rtNiTE," the flpest 
Asphalt known for this class of work. 

ffice, 200 Fifth. Street, Youjigermaii Block. 

ROOFING MATERIAL FOR 
SALE AT LOWEST PRICES. 

SOLE AGENTS FOR "QILSOkuT^" 



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DEQ MOINES IOWA. 

"Best Material of' the Agf 
for Monnnjeiits."-»Scieiic^. 



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C J. K. S;nh a id Loetwi, BBS MQIKBS, IOWi. A-. ,C; 



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x-State Treasurer. | M (Jap,^ $60,0(4), 

rto'f, Pres't Des Moines Ice Co. SUrplUS and PT0llts| 



ft-Deputy County Treasurer. 



$10,000. 



DIRECTORY 



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CarlinL^nora 
College..-! 

Carlisle ilasper, farmer, r^'s nwj j} ^ec20J 
•range ^4, iBlpdrrifiety tw|p. j i i 

Carlisle' Joseph Jfruit groWjer, !re§ se | 
kec 10 OBloomjield twp)V ! I 

CARLSON AD6lPH % jcjontractcir and 

Builder, rear 3l| TOnjit, res! Wash- 

Lington ave nw corj|"»dth..:' (\See Icard' 

\dassifi<id Carpenierp and Buflders.) j 

Carlson i^lma, liundress Harris [Miller's: 1 
JLaundry. '■'.• -ij I \v' I H '.]' '■ ; 

Carlson Amandii, domestic 88 j *5tb. r ; 
{{kvl^on Anjdre^ J lab, Ires 6^9 e £d|. ' ' 
Carlson Andrew E, lab Liverpool and 

! ID M Pt,c| in £ Co ' r esl546 Lynn, 
daiison Andrew W, bkpr ;Ma^le Grove 
(W at diMihing Co, res 'I5q0 iCapitol 

^ ve - I ' ' I , . : ; ' ' -i : » 'i! 4; . ' 

Cltrlson Annie, domestic 022 Walnut. 
(Arlspn Mi;js Ai na,' trimmer Mrs>iE Mj 

'Ho\vrie|ki bdjj lOOl.eiOih: f | 

Carlson Miss At na, wks Svea Laiindry, 

^ds5o4ej2d. ■■' ■ ij ;:. ;■,■].,; 
Carlson ! A iton, editor The Svitlhiod, 

resl00Uc4 \\ . ! . ■ :;| ' '■ | 

UrlsonAn on y lab, bds 1314$ Court avei 
I arlsonj August, lab, rips.045 e mi ■ \ 
Carlson Au rust, shoemkr jB H Corning] 

res518je$o 2c. i ■''■'■I \- ] , ,'jj v , 
Carlson ^igust miner, :res ,W fl 19tbf 

3 n of Wfiishin[gton ave: (Brown's AdJ 



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/dition),! 
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Oarlso 1 

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Carl so i 



BROS., Managers 

Rooih 101 and kQ2 la. Louu and Trust Wdg. 



Cjarlso 



Charlei A, shoemkr A W Wel- 
lies ,1012 3 7th. | 

Charles A, lab 1 C'jC Gas Light 
o, rj^s 1218 Center. I{ , \ 

Charles J, fruit grower,' res 
tat^be por cOth. 



I^vehif Park 4ye (SI) 
Jarlso i 
res 1 



Carlso ft 

#uelfi( 
Carlson 



C^rlsofa 
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Qarlso j 
(M-lson 
XJarlso 
Carlso 



ratjzjer Carriage Co, 1 bds 212 1st. 



foreman 



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(farlson jAjidre^, upholstr itomitt <Si 

PenrvMhfg (fo, bds 457ie s< '2d! 1 

'- 1 -- r ^l A] lab ICharles Hewitt, 1 



Carlsorf :'< 
rms 124 flhepajrd.- 
■irlson fhirles] bo|h 



Cirlson f Hkrlesl boilermkr iE([M 
and SuMlv Cfi, bds ipi'6 do 2d] 
Carlson Clarlei lab DM& .Mydcbool 
jPapkirit Co, rfes 1405| Walkei ', I ' -1 1 T 
Cjjrlson pAarlek uphblsfcerei L ffar- 
Upach, rjdp23i Locust.?! •' 
laiison'ttarlei shoemkr Ihe D M 
1 (Shop Mn k CoJ res 128 Sjiepa rd[ , ' 
Urlspn paries, lab, bds:128 Shepird 
lab', rms;i24 Sheojrd. 
miner, ijes 14^.4ely$ne; 
carp, res, over 849 fljthj 1 
lab, rear of 1708 -W^ai- 




L * lson (ihirles 
J-'allson C hides 
prison Clkides 

prison cJlhkrles/ student Highlkn^ 

College ' ' " 



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Jgust A, section 

&NW:lHkreUlffle;2d. : 
Carlson Adgustji, domestic 736 Mh 

Carlson -AM C, miner, odd FreiW barl 

son, {Brdivn's Addit|on)i |!|r!L 

Carlson B^rnarp, miner.; re J 1 



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Oarlso 
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Oarlso 

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'CarlsoE 
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Charlet J, fireman, res Cliftpn 



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Charleu J, fireman State House, * 

* F. ' 1 • i 

Charles J, secy and supt Eureka 
l<po, res ] 407 e Court ave. 
Charlts T, carriage trimmer 

r r^QVT* ana Pn KHo »>1Q lot 



Christ! aa (age 48L 1 died Sept., 

Ciaus, niner, rms;525 e 1st. 
Clintor C; agt,|res 3409 8th. 
Cyhthik J, moved to Chicago. 
^Vliss Eilie, dressnikr, rms 30th 
State. J 

Emil, .lib, res ^06 Maple. 
Miss Emily, 4 on ? e& t lc Savory 



i i Miss E mily, milliner Mrs M J 

L! bds 5t J i cor Gar field.' 
Emma, domestic ol5 5th. ' 
Miss Einma, wks 1) M Hat Wks, 



bds State ne cor 30th. 



Emma, domestiij 1022 Mulberry. 

Miss EvaL tailored Jacob Pos-. 
'}sB39e 2d. j I 

Erank, fijiisherlLojuisHarbach, 

3 e Loc ust. • j I 
r Frank [Buck Broi Co), res 617 
:i|id kye. v "■ [■ , 

FredC lab, res Brown's Addi- 



^rede-ick, driver Blioomfie(ld 
Mmey Tea Clifton! ave (Clifton 



Carlson] Fredeiibk, burner Iowa Pipe 

fand^leCo, -es842e5th. 
Ckrlsor) Fritz, i lumber^D |M Plumbing 
Jdo, r,4k639e:id. ' j | | ' ' 
Carlson Gustav miner, bds 5,05 e so 6th. 
Capsori Gustav carp, rms 520 e] 5th. 
dfrlsott Guatav wks J K and W H Gil- 



tcjrestJ bds 86 



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Safest Anaesthetic Known. 



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Interest • Paid • on • Deposits. 

CAPITAL SfiD SURPLUS,: ?2|D,000 



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Carlson Hannah, domestic 1031 O.thj 
Carlson Harry, caVp, bds Garfield n e 

cor 5th. I j 

Carlson Herman, miner BloomfieHl Coa 

Co, res (E D M.) 

Carlson Hilda, domestic 1424 lOt 
Carlson Ida, domestic \v s Fores 

2d so of Grand ave 
Carlson Jacob, carriage -mkr, rms 52|0 

e 5th. 
Carlson Jacob, agt, res over 

Locus't. 
Carlson Jennie, domestic w| s 

Drive 2d so of Grand ave. 
Carlson John, lab King & Kennedy, res 

Oil e2d. 
Carlson John, wks Iowa Pipe & Tile 

Works, res 1218 e 7th. | 

Carlson John, contractor, res Garfield 

ne cor 5th. I 

Carlson John, miner, rms 525 e 1st. j 
Carlson John A, lab, res 534 e so 4th. 
Carlson John A, woodworker Kratzer 

Carriage Co, res e 5th cor Des Moines. 
Carlson John A, lab, bds over 423 e 

Locust. i 

Carlson John B, lab, res 114 e Grand 

ave. j 

Carlson John F, elk Charles Hewitt, res 

051 e 2d. I ' ; i 

Carlson John M, wks Star Livery anjd 

Hack Line, rms 310*3(1. 
Carlson John M, bds over 423 e 
Carlson John P, agt, bds 423 e 
Carlson Jonas, res 128 Shepard. 
Carlson Junius, res 128 ShepardJ 
Carlson J A, treas Maple Groye Coal 

& Mining Co, res 1500 Capitol 
Carlson Miss Lucy, saleslady 

Emery Co, res e 5th and Garfield. 
Carlson Mary, domestic 1001 Arlinj 

ave 
Carlson Nels, glazier S|H Worcester, 

res 525 e 2d 
Carlson Nels F, cabmkr Whjnery & 

Anderson, res 107 e 14th 
Carlson Nels M, wks Kenyon Bicycle 

Mnfg Co, bdssw cor 11th and Loduat 
Carlson Nelson, elH, rms 523 e jst. 



IOWA PRINT! CO.. 



Locust. 
Locust. 



ave. 
Harris- 



igton 



.Carlson N August, miner, bds Fred t 
| Carlson (Brown's Addition). 

.Carlson Olof, miner, res 457 e so 2d. 

Carlson Olof B, miner, res w s20th 2u" n 
c f Washington ave. 

Carlson Oscar, bds 1218 e Center. 

Carlson Oscar T, lab, res e s Herring 
t.ve 4th n of Easton boulevard. 

Carlson Peter, lab, res 523 e so 6th. 

Carlson Peter, coachman Gr,and avelsw 
| cor of 19th. , ' I 

Carlson Peter, miner, 1450 Maple. 

Carlson Peter O, glazier S H Wprces- 

ijer, res 1181 7tb. 
Carlson Miss'Selina, student, bds 619 e 

M. ■ ! 

Carlson Sophia (wid Carl), rms 125 Des 

Moines. j 

Cajrlson Tena, domestic Hotel Morgan. 
Carlson Victor, appr A V Nelson, rms 
! 645 e 2d. 

Carlson Welday, wks Nelson House, 
! |)ds same. 1 

Carlson Wm C, bds 1407 e Court av^. 
Carlson Win H, bds 619 e 2d. 
Carnier Addison D, student Highland 
l Park College. 

Carmichael George C, carriage trimmer, 
! j i-es 1125 4th. | 

Carmichael George jO, notions,, 522 e" 
j Locust, res 1025 e {|th. 
(jlARMICHAEL WM, Proprietor ^ast 
1 Side 1 10 Cent Store, Crockery, Glass- 
I ware; Notions, Tinware, Piourt 
I Frames and Mouldings, 434 e Loc list, 
I res same. . 

Garmihau D Gilmore, elk |S F Stewart, 
! rms Marquardt blk. i 
IRKES , OLIVER D, General Ajjent 
Wm Deering & Co/ res 2811 CQt 
.a'rove ave. 
C'.rney, see also Karney. 
(barney J T, trav agt Nat Cash Reg 
| Co, 401) Locust. i 

Cnrolan Miss Anastasia, trimmer, 
i 1121 Mulberry. I 

Carolan Miss Mat tie, elk Younker Bros, 
i ibds 1121 Mulberry. I 
Carothers, see also Garfothers. i 
CiROTHERS MISS FRANCES s,'fl»r 
; sician, 618 The Equitable Bld'g.l res 
' 2016 Pleasant. 1 | 

Oirothers Henry, res 2016 Pleasantf 
Cirothers Miss Marietta, res 2016' 
j Pleasant/ ' ! | 

Carpenter M|ss Agnes A, stenog; c)k 
| I Supreme Court, res ,725 3d. ■ \\ 
Carpenter Albert W, (printer la Home- 
stead, res .1204 12th. [ 



age 

ster 
■bds 



UTHOGRAPHERS, PRINTERS, BESDpS 
AND BLANK BOOK MAKERS. 
AND 122 FOURTH STREET. 



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Carpentj 



druggists, 902 Fremont. 



Carpeutflr 
Vinegar 
e Grand 

Carpenter 

(^arpent'er 

461 e s 



Carpenter 
C'arpenror 
Carpenter , 

(Jo, red ^7 (L 
Carpenter Fred 



Brosf (Oscar an|i Filed ' F) 



niska fer| 



)ib!e0tqey. 



Charles C, firemabjUeFraiice 

ind Pickle Works, res 1535 

ave.j I i ,, ; ■[[■,: 

avid, car^, res 17 Jefferson"; 

JMiss Delia,' missionary, rms 



^hiil6s]ail^ ipttqggisjts, 

•1 2(12, 214| 216 Second St DES MOINE8, IOWA- 



IN TJ 



n MJ lab, tes 700 e| Oth. 

r Ella 1 bds i423 9th. ,. 

(Frank W, cond D M StftR 

•oh- ' ■' ' •-.' ' ,] 

, , , , F (CanWnter Brds)] ibd J 

1^01 Ffijiore. j :' . ; <! ; j 

Cai'Jeutflrpred^rick D, carp, fe$ 1533 

e Gra^dave. 
Carpenter 



' bds 1533 
Carpenter 

ibds 103 < 
Carpenter 

penter.; I 
Carpenter 

Register, 



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Frederick (*, J nurseryni 
ii Gn.nd aye. j I ' ' 

George E, elk J$D Seebirgeh 

KeorgeE, bds George ^Y Car- 



George H, printer lactate 
liegistdr, res 710 9th ; MM 

JCARPENTMR GjEORGE T, Chancellor 
Prake .University, res 2404 Kingman 

■ave f V- '■' ■ •'• ■ '•! * i, ■'.■ 

Carpenter George W>' farmer, res ne 1 cor 
sef 29 tiw 1 ^) 7j) r 24. ' ^ - '': l l \i 




EYE&? ' 

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Aft. Weber, 

2j)7i|WeBt Fifth St., 
ijt i)ldff., nqar P. Oi 



211 




TUBMAN, Special Agent 

'jgquitubli Assurance Society of the U 
,'red 12tli anlPlbasaul. ; . 

GSrpeiatterlWillird p, student D M Col- 
lege, bds J1720 12th. il 

CARPENTER WM F, (KJuhn & parpen- S 
:ter), res 1714 17th \(i5ce pagq classi- * 
Med flour Mills.) | j!J 

Carpenter Wrd L, Custodiam State © 
]House|, res 10^-e lpb. | { r \ * 



CafpeiiterjQJfpha 



ho> 
resi 



Carpenter ^Horace G, Wver and 
ta^-y, 3? 1 £ 5th| res 1409 talker. | 

Carpente* Uames S, Jcotitracting 
Toledo.© jidgelCo 27 Office bldi. 

'■•pelifSI • ! ' - ■■IT ii," 

Carpenter JVIiss Jennie, i librarian to 
Prake Uc iversity, res ' 2^04 Kingtaah ! 

^ Ve - '■• ' ■ I -i I !•• ; ' ■ i Ti '' I ' 

Caipentej John D, ins! afe'l; rnis |89 Thfe 

Wad. ■» I y\ -|- ..-! , | h; f 

Cafpenteij Hena, 'domestib INokh .W-sstlr 

; wnJIotlsf. |- . ". ' ' J ' • i i i ' 
(^pe.rter Migs MM, student I) Mi (poll 

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L(widWjllardC)' 



('arpepter 
1101 Fijii 

<parpenter 
JMlegej 



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Cajrper Ad^m slcuitojii^n §tate>upply a: 
:(Jept y |es 1528(e Grand ave. ^,* 

jrakeman C, 1^ I $ P, H 
.,., v r r --.. .. ^rand ave. /5 

Catperj Mm, Ji^lia, bindler State Bind- S^3 
^ry. bds 1528 e Grand live. i 

Cfti-p^r N .Clay elk, bds 152£ errand 

C^Tfr, skelalso Karr and Jferr. 
Cmt Aii iiej cook Hotel iGoldstone. 
Csttr CllarleS 'w, salesman, res 1235 

mh. I 1 I' • ;p f 

Q$ifr Da[*bi, lab Kiria & Kennedy, res 

505 e 80 9th,: - 

Caiir'.EH, stuiieKt H ghland Park Col-!rS — 



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Car)- Jc Hn. fireman C GJ|W lly, i^es 1111 ! i ^ 

,:MulbjrryVT j r ' • j!, . jg m 

Qa^ John, teWb.er Highland Pa^k Col- ;g° 

] le^e, bds 3508 J4th (Highland P irk). . 5 
Qarr MiJs Millif M, stekog J Howard * 4 ic 

i#nry|| bds '1922 Crocker. 1 $ f}T 

Carr Oiidar L,'iarp-D'. Jl Brick Mnfg g* 
Cd, bd| High, kw cor 8th. , Jj> 

Carrj ZtdMiat, stiident IOWA BUSINESS , ? 3 

.GOLLteE.;;! "■ 
Carrell, see a^ Carroll 



Carrell 

bdpet 
Carrell 

Sa7infeiandL4an 



irahk M\c|k (jrovernor's 
i se.cor[Park. 

enry! i 



CarhlljO i '\)\ st ii'de^t.! Highland, Park 



,' diBpu ;j Auditpr, la ™* 
fcfJK 



res 18 



oflice, ' 5 

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9 4th. 



CHrHngtcjn Edwdrd, \V transfer pit P O, 
■| !re8]il3|(l7tih.;, ; [ ; [ • ' [ 
^ ^ L , studdnt Highland Park Col 

>■ " !|t ' l il'', i ' I ' 
in, barb 3r J Pf Stewart, rms 



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508 



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East Locust Street. 



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(Joldeo Hale Glottiioj House, i in !?^^^sr^ 



617 Walnut St. 



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GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 

413-415 WAIiKUT. ( j 

007-0OO jE. L<f CU^T. 

, , p 

Carroll; .sec a/so Carrell. \ , 

Carroll Alonzo N, lineman I W UTel Co, 

bds 1325 e 12th. . j \ 

Carroll Curran N, switchman D M U 

Ry, res 1208 Cherry. ! • 

Carroll Id* C (wid Thomas; J), res llCe 
. so 5th.. ! 

Carroll John, painter, res 129 e Grand 

ave, ' ■ ! . j 

Carroll John A, brakemanC '& N W Ry, 

res 1218 20th. 
Carroll Miss Mamie, dressmkr, bds 1325 

Maple. 
Carroll Thomas (age 75) died Fe|). 14th, 

1893. 
«3 j Carroll Thomas, J miner, res No JO 
! Coal Hill (S DM,) 
Carroll Win, brakeman, rms Hotsl 
1 Ashley (S D M). 

: Carron Miss Bridget, bds 1222 2d is 
! DM). ! 

Carron Frank J, miner, bds 1222 2d (S' 
• DM). f, | 

Carron John, miner, res 122&2d (S D M). 
Carron John Jr, miner, bds 1222 2d (S 

DM). 
Carron Mary, wksMerritt& Bush, bjls 

1222 e so 2d (8 D M). 
Carrot hers, see also Carothers. \ 

Carrothers Edward, paper hgr T [J 

Stone, res 021 10th. j 

Carrothers Edward, trav agt, rms 8^2 
#-, Oth ave. , j 

Carrothers Mrs Mary A, res 822 Oth aye. 
^ '■ Carrothers Williamson, ins agt, bds 118 

Lyon. 
Carrow Peter, lab J B McGorrisk, 212 

4th. i 

Carruthers Edgar R, abstracter, res (521 

10th. I 

Carry John, curbing contractor, '-U 

Hartford ave, res same. 
Carson Adolphns, wks Laird & Pelt^n, 

bds 1057 Oth. 
Carson Mrs Betty, bds 512 2d. ' 
Carsotr Carrie, tailoress Jacob Posaer, 

bds 1203 Mulberry. ; 
C 'arson Charles, lab J B McGorrisk, kl2 

4th. i 



C&rson Ellen C (wid Samuel), res ne,J 
j sW24. i 

Carson Elizabeth (wid Timbthv), ; res 
. ibhort (Sevastopol). 

Carson Emma, domestic 1325 15th. I 

j Carson Mrs Emma G, dressmkr, 1222 
i 28th, rqs same. i ; 

iCarsou Miss George, bds 1351 e Walnut. 
CVrson (George, carp, rms 409 Grand 

:ive. 
Carson George D, meat market, 3JL1 e 

5th, res 1351 e Walnut. J 

.Carson Henry, lab Van Ginkel Coal 

jjMining Co, res Sevastopol. , j 
Carson John A, elk W C Carson, bds 

!bl8eCth. . 

Cirson John B, teamster Legg&Wpod- 

j tuff, res 1222 28th I " 

Cdrsou Leon S, lab res w s Snort, 

[(Sevastopol). J ' 

Cfarson Madison It, carp, bds sw j sec 

I 17 (Bloomfield twp). 
Cjirsou, Maud C, bds 818 e Gth. 
(parson Miss Stella, teacher Pleasant 
[Hill, bds 1222 28th. | 

/Carson Thomas P, teamster res e s 
1 | Shor,t (Sevastopol). 
Cirson Timothy W, wks Columbus 
I Buggy Co, resi Sevastopol. ,' 

(piirson William A; bds Ellen Q Carson. 
(Dirson Wm B, farmer, res ue £lsec2.) 
i twp 70 1 range 25. ' 

Carson Wm C, meat market, 011 ej Lo- 
cust, res 818 e Oth. I 
Carson Wm E, elk W C Carson, bds 818 

■IE Oth. 
Carss Miss Eleanor O, bds 849 13th. 
CARSS FREDERICK N, Civil Engineer, 
| City Hall, res tt49 13th. 
CARSS JAMES, City Engineer, City 
I Hall, res 849 13th. , 
CARSS MALCOLM M, Civil Engineer, 
! City Hall, res 849 13th, i 

J0ARSS WML, Civil Engineer, City Hall 
j [res 849 13th. j : ,; 

(Carstens Julius J, appr Henry Lager- 
\ quist,. bds 1202 Park. , j 

Cfarter Amasa, carp, res 1044 3d. j 
Carter Miss Anna, bds 704j 18th. 
Carter Mis * Anna E, elk Chas E Risser 

Bro, bds 320 e 12th. " h 

(JARTER BROS CO, George A Carter, 

Pres and Treas; Ray B Carter! Vice- 
| Pres and Sec, Wind Mills, Pqwps. 

Belting and Hose, 318 Court ave 
Carter Claude, elk J GWaer, bd^ 1305 

Locust. 
Carter JSdwin H, physician/407 WalniU. 

res 1437 Woodland ave. j 

Carter Ellis, lab,- bds 325 Pelton a : Ve. J 



Des Moines Coal Mining Co., 



MINEES ABD SHIPPERS OF W& ■ 

Celebrated ♦ Saior ♦ 00$ 

Office, Rooms 50-51 OfficeTBlk. »Phone«* 



Carter Yr^ 



Carter Mrs 



C 



liflkel Coal jiiBo. 

CJAR ' ibE 3 MOINES OITY D 



I'd), barber Rl) Brown, 
; Ms 170$ }j>es Moines. '•].!• ' ]>' ! 

Vlkrj , res 704 18th. 

re H (cord) Waiter rrr a 822 ! 



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garter J^nftes I) (col'd), j j lab, 
ark. 



Her Jap ss S (Carter &i Hussey) 
"oodlajritt avefsw coi J 2jdl 



L'(co 



: DE3 /1WJNES pITY pIREOTOBY 



Carter Geo 

■ prk. " , 

Carter Geoflge A, pres and! tre4s,Carter 
'"ros C(j, jfes 7(7 e 5th. 



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Carter (Jakq&s S ^r| bkpr £tyrte 

$ey, r$s Woodland av^sw co '2&JIJ; 

at^r.K^ (cpl'icl), donjeejtic 4! 9 Stkte. 
Carter Bitlii i waiter Windsor Hotell : 
Carter Mifes Luella, Wks The D M Shoe 

MnfgCO, res 1408 Grand] ave. ' , \ 
Cf -terMa-r;, (widStewaH;)t [ res t04 :L8th. 
' Q rter Milti n, tr&v agt Carter 3roi Co, 
! pes 1389je 9th. 1 1 | ■ ' | , j ■;• ';■ ' ■ 
Carter A^iar Minnie, stuflenti Drake 

University, bds 1110 PleasantL r ,\ 
Cartel, PSr;y S (Garter Bros too), rfes 
..i?39e[9j)hr ■ ! ; ■ ; r. |: 1- 1' « • 
Carter Ray 3, vice-pres I an|d sec Carter 
: %osCo|]:esia27 6 9th ;] . . \-\ 
Carter Sa jnbson (dol'd), res £2| School. 
Carter Sa^aJi J (wid Ranzel)i res 1341 e 

Walnut' -.- j ■ ' ! !:■[' }•. ' \ 

Carter SI eiherd & f Co,KElliot; H Fox 

ningr, wholesale flour, 11^-115 w sow. 
Cafter Silicon Ol lab, b(kl044i|3d. I ;! 
Catjter Ujr'sh IN, wks Ti tyatiohaj 

Sjtarch Mnfg Cb, res Cheftertield; ! 
Carter Wilbur D,f prickmkr John Wal^ 

ker, res82}el2th. j. j ' i| 

Carter WM lab |D . M Bribk Mnfd Go 




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Papiphlets, , 
Law Briefs, 

8< Blpis, 
)ciety Printing, 
Catalogaes. ' 



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res Valley Junction 
Carter Wk porter ,C, R Ij&P 

Akorp H^use. 
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Carter Wl 
Carter Wl 
Carter 



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s, 836 



, 3, niner, res; $05 Hartford 

a|e(SM; ); ■ .1. H< , ' K ' 
Catter &; ^Lldeiuian (Wm A 

Newell |F Aldermaln), ftroce 

■Oih; : ." ; if r . P 
t'AUTER &| HUSSEY (Jaines S Carter 

Jacitus IMs8ey), Printers, [Stationers 

l}lank Book Mnfrs, and 
n pWalBdt. [ -.»■ li, ,,. ,, 

^a^vart J6hii; tirfeman D M Brick Mnfg : 

, ^01 res Ini erso 11 and Green \yC od a'ves. ' 
c ar>:ell J M, st^denfi D M iCbllege, bds 
n l|f 10 8th. I ■■■ j ! 

^ile H^nah (wid JoljnlS), fms 1230 



r 

J 743 17th. 
Caje Frank, 
Ca je Hqe ry 




Conn 4th so of 



Cary Cottage,, AjtceJM ielchner, mat- 
ron, l!)()u^las aye n of highland Park 
im\e$v: j. • \\ j;- I n ' 

Cary Dividj lab, 'res e s 

■iDbck[f.ve!"|' i ! ■ ■ 

Q&ry Gdvard, lab Eureka Coal Mines, 
1 r!ejs Ha; tfprd avte (S D ; ^!). 

Cary Mis3 IjiiLian, seamntess, bds. 1325 
Imrris(>n ava. • . * j <■• 

Calry Mrj'Miime J,'cll: U S Pension. 

Office res II 02| High. 
Cary School, Hiss Jehni ) Kriegh, prin, 
f e[Coui t ave ne cop 12t ij ) 
Casady,|reeW w I Cassady and Cassidy. 
Ca^dy^is^ A ugustajstm lent, bds Frank 
- <5^sad;y. j j . ; . s ■ 

jCafeady t ha(:l(s,i ab, bds 1808e Walnut. 
^Casady [Erank farmer, res n w i sec 16, 
inge 5!4 |Bloqmtield 1 wp^ 
ja^dyi f 'at :y tola Fran] : Casady.! 
CasWyl Jan)|es|Ml studenjt IOWA BUS- 



dAUU^Ci ill 
afeabM'arry 
ispldyl Jades 

iljrlESS COLLEGE. 
Casaoy Miri3rval(wid Johi^i W), res 1808 

€? Walnut! ' [ 
Casakiy Phineas M, pres ,D M Savings 

•Bank, res 615 ftb. T| i ( ; • 
Casady 15 iuabn, cashier fi M Savings 

jBknk,hes708 j>th. t 
CasB AlbjrtR, real estatie, 7 Seeburger 
jjblk, rei 1053 8th. 

Case Car oSrclklRy M S, res 818 13th. 
Misu Ckrrie, elk Loulh Trepanier, 

jbdsiposih. fi • J l ' 

Qa$e, Miits Delia, ibds 1230^th. 
Caije Electa^, student Highland 

Kwlegc, bds 1048 10th. H 
Ca|^ Farfon T real! f state, Ul(j Walnut, res 



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On, 310 



w so 4th. 



L, farmer, r?snw i sec 32. 
I ,& P Ry, res 



Case- Honiara, cifnd C, R 

[1236 5th. 
paBB' Jan.es De M> driver^ Chas E Risser 
t |&Bro, bd| 818 13th. 

/as^ Join W, student Highland Park 
Qillesjy.. I . t ■ J ' . 



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Fine Carriages and Harness 

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CHASE & WEST, 

Furniture, Curtains tf Bugs. 

BEST STOCK IN THE CITY. 
NO. 213 WEST FOURTH STREET. 



Case Miss Julia, elk Dockstader & 
Williams, res over 523 e Locust. 

Case J I T M Co, II A Crawford genl 
agt, engiues and threshers, 118-132 
3d.. \ i 

Case Miss Lizzie, student, bds 743 17th. 

Case Miss Mary, dressmkr, bds 1200 

8th. |j. 

Case Nathan T, gardener, res n\v I see 

Casqf Miss Violetta (Case &i Lawrence}, 
res'3l4C|thave 



5 Case Ward G, collector Carter & Hfl 



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Cassady, see Casady and Cassidy. 

Cassady Charles L, brickmason, res 163; 

Ohio. 
Cassady Henry, die.d May 22, 1892. 
Cassady Leon M^ student D M College, 

Cassan Miss Cora> bds nw epr e so 9th 
jind Railroadl ave. _ | 

Cassan Frances, (wid Anderson) resjnw 
cor e so 9th and Railroad ave. 

Cassan John, lab, bds Mrs Frances 
Cassan. 

Cassan Oscar, brickrnolder, res Rail- 
road ave 3d w of e so 9th, j 

Cassan Wm R, lab, bds M:-s Frances 

Cassan. 
Calsselberry Thomas J, lab, r^s 620 e so 

l2th. 



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sey. bds Woodland ave, s\v cor of 23( 

Case Wm (age 73), died Feb, 1893. 

Case Wm H, brakeman C, li 1 & P R it 
bds 1230 5th. '( 

Case & Lawrence (Violetta Case, Lizzie 
Lawrence), ladies furnishing goods, 
314 0th ave. |' . i 

Casebeer Oscar IT, trav agt, res 1723 
4th. 

Case'man Wm, butcher Savery House 

Casey Annie, domestic 08(5 17th. 

Casey Patrick, lab D M Malt House, rqs 
12!efith. 

Cast y Patrick F, lab C, R I & P Ry, rejs 
81j.? e Market 

Ca.s\J}' Peter J, moved to Valley Jundt- 
tiQu 

Casl? John, trav agt McCormick Har- 
vester Co. res.020 Maple. 

Cash Nursery, W K Chapin. S A Chapin 
proprs, s s Grand ave 2d w of Park 
Lane. 

Casidy, ace Cassidy, Casady and Cas- 
sady. 

Casuer, see also Kasncr. 

Casner Frederick, plasterer, res 8 Hojs- 
t „ ick (Gilbert Town). 

Casner Gilbert, teamster; res Maury re 
cor e so 12th. 

Casner James, contractor, res 1|703 M£- 
ple. 

Casper Hans, lab, res 910 e 0th. 

Casper Henry H, ins agt, res 212 12th. 

Casper Lewis C, shoes, 1008 Center, res 
775 12th. 

Casper Lewis F, elk' bds 775 12th 



Cassel berry Wm, lab, res 617 e so 11 
Cqsselberry Wm R, check elk C & it 

Ry, res 617 e lljth. v. 

Cassidy, see also Casady, G$sady 'and 

Casidy. ' ' 1 

Cassidy Augustine F, -trimmer Kratzer 

Carriage Co, bds 302 Hillside ave (S 

D M.) ' ; , 

Cassidy Charles, res 302 Hillside ave 

f (!SDM.) 
Cassidy George, trav agt J D Seeberger.J 



res 162Q Arlington ave. 
Cassidy Lawrence, teamster, re 



res 774 e so I 

9th. " 

CASSIDY LUTHER L, Assistant Treas- 
urer New England I Loan and Trust 

Co, res 17247th, (See page 94.) \ 
Cassidy Wm, car inspector, res 1743 

Hes Moines. , 

CaLssil Alexander H, farmer, res Brown's; 

Woods, I mile e of Paj'k lane. ; : 
Cassil James, res s of Q, R 1 & P Ry w 

of 28th. - ' "! I 

• Osilssil Robert, lab D M Brick MnifgjCo, ! 

bds s of C, R I & P Ry, w of 28th.: ; 
Cojssilly, Miss Alice, elk Harris-Emery } 

Co, res 1408 e Walnut.- ' j 

Cassilly Thomas J, trav agt J D Seeber- j 

ger, res 1408 e Walnut., . I 

Cfisteel Jacob, eng ALLEN'S &TEAM i 

LAUNDRY, res 328 PelWq ave. i 
Ca steel James, lab Merrill Brick Co, 

ods 328 Pelton ave. - 

C^steel John, lab J B McGor risk 212 

■1th, . 1 " J- , ' 

Ct.steel Miles M, lab, res 1152 1st. ■ 
Ciisteel Nicholas, Wks The O M Shoe 

Mnfg Co, res 328 Peiron ave. 
Castell John (H P Johnson & Co), res 

JH5 8th. \ ! 

Castle Moses, miner Bloomfieldi Coal 

Jo, res 503 e so 5th (S D M) ■ ! 



Royal Healing Co., 



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BOLTON HEATERS, ROYAL FUR- 
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DIRECTORY. 



Bents Ftirnisfeing fecods. 

8 16 Sixth Ave. 



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■yV, parp, res 811 Mil 

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CJasto Mar, r J(wi i Wm),ires 
Castor Ma k T, wks D; M 
, bdaFUf fran;z. -J | 
! Castor Sojomcjn,. pedleft |re£ 
| Moines. 

' (lastor Mis& Yiha v seamfetrje^ 
i Icomptor ', -bdi ' .717 Mulberry 
ICastoroll pertha, jamtrpss 
. braryJrtSil3c7 Capitjol;av£ 
ICatnaugh Miss Orpha,'! mil 
J. 728 2dJ ; .-I. !)■.;•, 

Cate Miss Ann i, music t^ach 

8th.- ]| ■ f . J. ! I r.J: :• |.>. 

Cate HaW, mason Jjames |\ faibe, res 
■10G7ti|. |., ... j, i | -j ■ •■'■ ] 

Cate Herf>< i rt, mason, bds 206 
Cfit3l,estei (agj fi2) f .die4"-) f eb iWl'89&.i 
Cat 3 Matoi | A i wid Lestdri tbs 18 8th. | 
C'jit'i Stephjm E special agtD ilawarri & 
Reliance Fire Ins Co[ 202 5tl res 1634 
o'akMdave. f ' ' 

Ids jCd, 1 bds 
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rm 211 



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Cat4 Wm ^clk Hawkeye 
Cates lt<|>b^rt L, .contjraqtqr, 



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man. : 
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infield';, ^m, 

AloineJ 
tyul, see afsjoid 
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Uivanyigi, see\ 

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Mivanagi 



City HUl J bdf 
Uvanagfr |j|ohi 



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nw D; student! 
;]1j 74 26tl>. : 
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CO, rei 1043 fotHi \ 
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C&thcart 

rersityJ litis 1^74 2GtH. 
Cithcart .T idmis[S,toin[ 5(l2 

Inmn bjk, res 1174 £6th. ; 
Cjjitlicartli YP J[, trav agt ' 
i I'HuggyCvbch The Kirk wood. 
Cfiton (Lyii A, kudenti .'Hjiilil ind Park) 

JCollegfi,, tns 616 5tH ' 

Caton M^icmel janitor Gltibe 

House|nife5 3 15th. 
,.C|ittdliHtbi|jer, ilk. vp$ 10^3 l$th.i 



haijes, trav agt. rdslilS 7th. 



miner, res 
, student D 



also 



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Capana 

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1)15 4th. j l ,.., 
TO - r-r-M, wks -Lifti|s HarMcli, 
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1732 Des 

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Oavan i ?h Patrick J, girdener, res 755 
1,10th. *V. <• " j » , ! 

Dkvan ijfh'Wni-lab, re$ G20.Hillsideave 

vifSDM). ! ",!■;' 

Clavan a ^h !• Wm, cash'boyi Lang Bros, 

| jbds Ji) Hillside kye ( 3 D/M) J ! 

kvan i aglj, see : also j . Cavanagh and 

vKaviwgh. ' ,\ \ ■' , 

Cavaniugh Anna, do nqstic 2025 Uni- 

yerstyave. 
Cavanalugh Barney D; cond CQ\if Ky, 

1 rmsoyer^ 823' Walnut ! 
C^vanaagh Edward J, cond C G W Ry,| 

res 14i42 Locust. | .j 
'.Cajyanaugh Frank, 8t|iam filter D M 

V jPlun 3in^ Cb\, res 75 > 10th. ! < 
Oa^an i lgh ^liss JenrSe, elk (Chas E 
Rissji'&lBro, bds ccir Oth .and Wal- 

v,4ut. ' |:: ! ' ' -'| J 

Gayaii ugh John, bratoman C Q W Ky, 
. rms oyer 823 Walnut] j 

ttyvan i igh Patrick, la't, res 755 ilOth. I 
Cayanijghs Terrence, printer! D M ^ 
;] Leac er, l^es 330 w so !,th. I jo 

Cayanijgh' Thomas, o|shwasher Jlurd 

I JSj"Lt rimer, rms Nelsj>n House, f 
Gayen Miss Nellie, teacher Lincoln 

Sjjhcol, bds .926 7th. . I j 

Oayenai ighj see Cavaru igh, Cavanaugh 
iflfnrf h'avqpagh. 
CaVendcir Benjamin, re 
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ail, ruinjk Eure 
134S eCourl ave. 
!ss Eachel, bfls Barlow 



» S Gre|tes (Se- 



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res m Hill- 



Ga,vend4r Benjkmin 

I side .•irejbifM).' 

;Ga'y|en<li5r James Bj fa|bner, re^inw \ 

I sec 20 range 24 (Blnotifield twpL 

qa'vert t ohp ,W , fireinati D M Britk Go y 

: ^es la yersoll ave bet greenwood and 

; ^aiden Lane. 

iJawley Gejorg© H, moved | to' Minne 
u apolis Minn J ! .■ 

Cay lor, ?ee KaKler and KayUr. 
Cecil J A, student Highland Pa^k Col 



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STREET. 

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W. A. STEELE, Proprietor, Des Moines Stone Yard, 

209 W. SO. THIRD STREET. 



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ARCHITECTS. 

Financially responsible. 

Thirty-five years experience. 

References:" Many hundred buildings through 

out the middle and western states. 
We are not perfect but we pay! for our mistaken 

PARTIES DESIRING TO BUILD WILL 
DO WELL TO CALL AND SEE US- 

W. R. PARSONS "*fc SON 

805 Equitable Building. 



Celander Andrew G (Celander & Dahl 
strom) res 1(331 Des Moines. ! 

Celander Gustav, grocer, 608 e Grand 
ave, res 1031 Des Moines. 

Celander & Dahlstrom (A G Celande: 
and Gus Dahlstrom), grocers, 008 i 
Grand ave 

Central Church of Christ (Christian), 
Rev HO Breeden pastor, Oth n,e ! cor 
Pleasant. 

Central Eugine House City Fire Depart- 
ment, Martin Melander chief engi- 
neer, Grand ave sw cor 2d. j 

Central House, H C McAllister propr, 
208 e Court ave. ; 

CENTRAL IOWA I INSPECTION BU- 
REAU, D H Hartwell Inspector, Old- 
Oil The Equitable Bldg. 

CENTRAL LOAN AND TRUST CO, 
Thomas Hatton Pres, D B Lyons 
Treas, A L Campbell Sec. 200 1 5tli 
( See page 90), 

Central Presbyterian Church, 8th n 
cor High. 

CENTRAL POLICE STATION, Frefl 
Johnson Marshal and chief of police 
w s 2d bet Locust and Grand ave. 

C ANTRAL-; ROLLER MILLS, Kuhn & 
, Carpenter Proprs, 15th nw corMuI- 
} jerry. (See page opp classified Floiir 

nuns.) . 

CENTRAL UNION TELEPHONE COL 

Charles W Bartlett Mngr, Exchange 
!*blk, VValnut uw cor 3d. 
Ceplan Samuel, pedler, res 231 Dei 

Moines. 
Chaddock Miss Addie, wks Savery 

House, bds 102 e 2d. 
Chader Eva O, domestic 1340 e 9th. 
Chadwick Albert B, trav agt, res! 1723 

8th. 
Chadwick Joseph B, bds 820 9th. 
Chalmers Andrew J, res 1 Hubbell £d o 

of e Oth. ■ 
Chalmers Frank L, wks DM StiR R 

Co", bdsFF Frautz. j 

Chalmers Mary J, res 1101«Buchanan. 
Challgren Gus, student Highland Park 

College. . ' | 



Chalstrom Minnie (wid Charles M), res 
926 Buchanan. 

Chamberlain Albert M,icarp, res |20o 

, 10th. ". . I. jl- 

Chamberlain David S, pres Chamber- 
lain Medicine Co, bds Satarp House. 

(Chamberlain Miss Elizabeth, r lis 952 $th. 

(Chamberlain Miss Izann L, cor a pounder 
(Chamberlain Medicine Co, bds 1227 

! 6th ave. ■ ! 

[Chamberlain James W, teanuteii bds 
North nw cor 15th. j ! i 

CHAMBERLAIN LOWELL, 3ec ind 
Treas Chamberlain Medicii o Co, res 
952 8th. ! I 

Chamberlain Lulu, btudent Highland 
Park College. F ! 

Chamberlain L H, fes 1327 6th aVe. ', 

CHJAMBERLAIN tyEDItilNE CO, 1) S 
Chamberlain, Pres, Lowell Chamber- 
lain, Sec and Treas, Patent Mediciies, 
4l9 Locust, . N I ■ |. |j- 

Chamberlain Orie, painter V\ oods-B b- 
bins Co, bds 716 Mulberry, j J 

Ch'amberlain Osborne A, bi.rberl J'C 
Clow, bds 750 e Locust. | | ' 

Chamberlain Bachei V (wid*Wm), ibds 

, 1227 0th ave.! i I .' i ' - 

Chamberlain Russell W, Jeweler, 40Ge 
6th, res 1337 e Grand ave. | 

CHAMPRLIN ALBERT P, (Chamber 
iin & Stewart), res 1040 e 6thL 

CHAMBERLIN & STEWAR1 j (Albert 
P Cham.berlin..Archibald K Stewhrt), 
Lawyers and Notaries, 502^504 e lo- 
cust. I. ', . ' I i 

•Chambers Alonzo JF, feed, 91 5 School, 
res 1103 Fremont'. . [ 

Chambers Anlerson, res 622 8th ave. 

Cbjambers Charles A, bkpr Schmitl & 
Henry Mnf^ Co, res 1332 iuh, 

Chambers Miss Cora, elk U S Pension 
Office, bds 1233 9th 



Chambers Edward, driver G W Diptz, 
ies 818 Small. |. - 

Chambers Edward J, police Highland 
Park College, res Ovid s w co|r of Jith. 

Chambers Everett, lab, bds 91 9 Fremont. 

'Chambers George, eng D Mj tf'& WKy, 
res 1443 Grand ave. i 

plumbers Miss Grace, bds lip? 26thj 

res 



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Chambers Jesse, trav agt, 

j (jiranpl ave. 

•Chambers John W, (grain 

| (Diapp Blk. res 1108 5!6th. 

jChambers Miss Laura M, res 

ChambeVs Louis -A, student 

I Park College, bds S Boy nton. 

jChjambers Miss Mamie, studpnt Drjake 

! University, bds 1108 26th. 



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dealer,] 04 

12339th. 
Highland 








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Telephone 332. 



• iatjid • Salt • (Xlateif 



310 Eig lth Street. 




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Chadto 

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Chamjbeis 
Chambers 
!f Johns 
(ptfamta 
Change 



*li a a nik a^ai a II #ibn ft aU n ! ^ Iectr f c ^ * h ^ a P d Eji$ctrjc Flower, 
lUuS Miy Bit IB uDulpuliy « om< £ ^P^^^\i\P^W^T^ eet ' 

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Nels, driver D M |ck Go, 3li 

Nelson A, [carp, ire j 907 ^i 9tht 

i dmei" L, driver Homan ' & 

i teal 919 Fremont. | f I 

MrslRu'th ^, rjss 82 ) Plbasant 



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WmL cashier USrnd 



Express Cos J res 915 8bli. 
GhanibeH-s Zella, stude^t'HigilandParic 



(thampipq Albert (c6l'd)j wlifewasher 



(^handle i 
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res- 619 < i south, 
d'hampiem . Gsorgej sfcudetitr IOWA 
BUSOIISS COLLEGE. 

' Chajrles, ie^msteif, r^s 41 

haries HJlabi bds- 1440 Ca^-i 
i'tbla^J J ] , '.: . : j, I . ' >\> 
(f handler 31art J.ariyerybds li5 School. 
Chandlli- Edwin S, bkpri Din leix l^pe- 

writeJK 'o, bis' 100^ 20th. ] [- . 
Chandler Fredericks farmer, -tires 
25th ! # C, J&.Q]Ry.y •![ . 
Chandler Fred ferick, Ifarmer, res e s 
v 2dsof ulamy. | i| ! 

: ChandlertGebige Wi potter D M Pot-i 
tery, re 1 14^(1 Capitol dve. I 
Ohandlir Grebip e Wj real estat j, 109 la 
£ Loan jai dj Tn st bldg* res 12ii -kth. V 
Iphandl6r misf Jessie JM, teajchBr, res 



CShanhbn Wm Jr, blkJres 1213 Lyon 
(phap.ii Clark; E, rus W jm E Chap in. 
(jjjhapiii iHarry 1$ res Wm E Chabin. 

jfCaijbet Dusting 
vatfcng Works,' 



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21stf 



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Chandler JonaJtpan 
Chandler Justi a R, k 



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IOWA GENERA - AGENCY, » 

Life [iisifranbeGo. 

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0& t NE\WyQRK. \ -i 

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^L^MlNG- JBROS., Managers, 



RocnislOl.Jnd 10&Iii..Loiinat)d Trust Bldg. 

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PIN ISAACJ B, Plropr Des I Moines 
ioet Dusting an l l Feather Renp- 

ig Works,' 104 !5th, res; same. 

page classified Oarpet, Cleaning 



(tfes_ 
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C7RI& P Ry, res 



Chapiii Levi, ebg 

(J jl 35 5 pes Moine^ 

Chapiii Mary A (wic: Randall 'W) res 

, iJllMJ 0th 



y, res. 1006; 20th. 
lesmanM Nl Baker 



& Covins 312 Wdl^ut.: 

MissLidaJ pkprHarrii-JEmery' 

ib06 aoth. ! ! j » 

Miss Marcia. teacher^res 144(j 



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t'handl^r 
'j Co, r^s 
Chkndler 

Capital 
U,handler Mrs Martha C, t;eabftb r For- 
l>stHbn|escJiool^bds<724 741 i 
(Jhandlfer 
Chapdlfr 
('handler 
♦ i s^me. 
Uhau^lijr 

1213 H 
Chaneyj^e atyb Cheney.' 

izabeth(wfid Jjohn JV 



Reu >en Pjlab'res 4ft School. 
feainielD,|bda!415S(Slidol. 
Wml! gardener, 1602, .()th, res 



Jhaney E 
e so 2d 
'haney 
'hanev 



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Crocle i 



t'hanejr 



Wii A, elk Lang B 



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^issFlby, bds 938 12th 
ohn C, teamstbr, 



ros; res, 



es 316 



,r.e 

bks 911 



;i,ll»I 9th. j ■ • I ■ ■ ! j . 

CJhapin , S A (C^sh N jrsery Co), res s 
Ij-jB Grand ave,.2d|w cf Park Lape.j 
(Jnaplii Wta ,|E (Cash Nursery'Co), res 
'.» b s. trrand ave 2d w if Park L^tne. 
Chaplin Miss Ida!, s eridg D M ! Life 
j ' lAdsVii^ rm|s 1106 tlighl '■ 
Chapp(>an [Alonzq, ^v/ks Nat f Starch 





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s I ake ave 2d so of 
bash tChes^tdrtie 1). i 

Ghapfcian Arthur B t mainterj Redhead, 
, jNoti on,. t-athrbpCc, bds 1017 13th. k 
0happan Arthur L, wks The Nat 
.1 ,StdrchMnfg Co, re 3 Chestertield. I 
Chapiiian tJarlos, res n s North l^t w 
|.^f Jkandj:, - ; ■■ , ' ]• . j- 

.C^apaian Charles.jgraj'der, res 1^03 21s^t. 
(iJhapaiadfClarence CJimoved to Sioux 

Ohaipiian Miss Daifijy, student, bds 
^ SE Crosthwalt T '■ 



Clfap 

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!" Sous, 1 n s 9 
Olmneyi :nRsb 
, Crocker. 




Chahnqn iarrv 
"I Co.'rfes 
0)aundn 
Chaniidri 



I, carp dharles; jWeitz & 

12th.;- ': " ■ i| i . ' ; ' 
Minbie. ! ! elk. ii^s" 911 

lab, jres^ll CrJDbker. 
. tier] A C Mount Broom 
filmb^e. ; 



1213'filmo^e. : ': ■!),,- 

Mrs Mary A, rea 619^ 6th. ' ': 
Wm icarpj resj 1213 fFilmore. 



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an Edward L, moved to Sioux 



»an Fred B, slttidfent 'Highland 
Colle^o. I 

lan Miss Flora B, student Drake 
fersity.jbdsjllO^Sth. ; 
i an George C, elk Harris 



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iClhap 

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jCljap T _ .^. r . f ,^ r , -™ — ... . 
jj , po, re's 24;19 Cottage Grove av|e. 
jGtyapman Miss [Grace, bds 737 9j;h. 
Whapman Henry C, tinner A If Dicks, 
^iespTbth.': j . : ■ f . 'I "i 
ipnan Henry JT, ftjident MjcVey & 
h^hire, rms 514 C ibstnut. I 

an Jacob, bedl oti,: res 7<?7 Lyon, 
an JbelX, bds 1318 Walker, 
an, J"ohn F, cas hier Chas E Ris 
& Bro re 8 2419 C otkaige Grove ave 



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DURING a successful am! honorable 
business career of over 43 vcarsj, tlie 
. NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCECO., 
of JT.oiitpcHer, Vonnoiit, has never imken 
adv intake of a lapsed policy holder and 
ha{faot been surpassed in dividend earn- 
ings and payments. 1 
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R. P. DART, State Agent, 

5Q5 YOUNQ ERMAN BLOCK. 

Chapman John W, grocer, Easton Boul- 
evard n w cor Searle, res same. 

Chapman Joseph, res 017 e grand ajve. 

Chapman Joseph, furniture, 314 Qourt 
ave, res 707 Lyon. 

Chapman Miss Josephine, teacher?! Irv- 
ing school, res J W Chapman. \' 

Ch pman K S, student Highland Park 

(Allege. • 
Chapman Miss Lulu A, stenog George 

White & Co, bds 2419 Cottage Grove 

ave. ; 

Chapman HJellie M, stenog Kingman & 

, o, bds 737 9th. \' I 

CBipman Nettie, student Highland 

bark College. I 

Chapman Robert K, student, bds! 1110 

25th. !■' 

Chapman Robert U, physician, 417 

Walnut, res 1110 25th. 
Chapman Solomon, tailor Jacob Pos- 
ter, 410 Walnut. ! 
Chapman gliomas, carp, res cor 20th and 

Hickman ave. • 

Chapman Wallace (Ingalls. Chapman & 

Co), res 939 9,th. ! | 

Chapman Wm, tel opr C, B & Q ill R, 

bds 1110 25th. ! \ 

Chapman Wm S, teamster, res 1008 

Clark. ; 

Chappel George M, physiciau and local 

forecast official, 17 4th 11 Government 

blOg. resjSlG Glh ave. | i 

Chappel Rbbert, butcher, rms 842 iljth. 
Chappel Robert, carp Innis & Sculley, 

res 11 01) Walnut. ; 

Chappell*Alexauder, meat market 855 

19th, res: same. 
Chappell James W, photog, res 103 Wal- 
nut. 
Charles Carrol C, eng I) MjElcctric Co, 
'. res 920 0th ave. , j 

Charles Harry B, wks 1) M Electric Co, 

res 020 Oth ave. 
Charleston Mace E. printer Ideal 

trait Co,, res 1008 Locust. 
Chase Benjamin, lab, res 1|20 22d. \ 
CHASE BROS (John W, Edmund C anjd 

Harry S), (irocers, 525 Walnut. 



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CHASE CHARLES R (Chase & Wck), ^ 3 
1308 Locust. (See left lop cor cards! 



Chase Miss Cora, teacher Iryin 






drool, 



rms 1314 Locust 
Chase Daniel W, butcher, res 934j 7th. \ 
Chase Edmunk C (Chase Bros), res 1308 

Center. I 

Chase Edwin I P, rei 1308 Locus i. 
Chase Miss Fannie, student Drike Uni 
yersitv.-rms 1223 e Grand ave 

I I ! 

Chase Frank N, sec State Columbia 
Commission State House, res Ceaar 
Falls, Ja. j 

Chase Harry S, (Chase Bros), res G£2 
15th. ! ■ 

Chase Miss Jennie, teacher Bryant 
school, bds 1223 e Grand ave, 

Chase John W (Chase. Bros), res. 13(8 
Locust. I ' " 

Chase Miss Margaret A, bds 29th cm* 
'Grand ave. 

Chase Miss Melissa, agt, rms '451 8th. 

Chase Rufus L cashier American Sav- 
ings Bank, res 1223 e Grand ave. 

Cjiase Rufus L Jr, collector LA merican' 
Savings Bank, bds 1223 e Grajid ave. 

('base Wm P, cashier Liverpool & 
1) M Packing Co. bds 1308 Lo|chst. 

CHASE & WEST (Charles R Chase, 
Harry West), Furniture, Curtafn^s and 
Rugs, 213 4th. {Sec left lop ctr car.dl) 

Chassell Miss Belle, stenog Warfiekl, 
Howell-Watt Co, rms The Iliall 

Chatelain Georges M V, teacher of lan- 
guages, res 1215 Locust. j 

Chatterton Frank, lab, bds 308 W so Oth. 

Chavanqes Emil, lawyer, res 3610 4th. 

C'ieasbro Benjamin F. iireiiian O, R I f 
P Ry, bds Monitor House. 

('heatam Wm, waiter,' rms 51 f) Oth ave. 

Cheek Jeremiah, elk A D T Co rms 509 
.Grand ave. : - j 

CHEEK JESSE W, Assistant Postmas- 
ter, tt Government Building j res 830 
Oth ave. 1 ! 

Cheetham Mis,s Audrey, bds 1 2^7 29th. 

Cheetham Elmer, ins agent, res 1310 
Main. - > . | .1" 

Cheetham Rev Neal, res 1227 2![th. 

Cheetham Thomas L, bds 1227 ftOtfc 



Che^berg Peter, tniuer, res 150? 



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Cour 

"ave. . ;• u 1 

Cheiiielfenig Lizzie, domestic 8f)!j Bleach 

ant. i 

Cheriey, .see also Pmncy. , 

Chejney Charles, student Highland Park 

College.] i 

Cheney S Franklin, farmer, r^s, Maui 

son ave uw cor 5th 




Wholesale • flay ■ OommissiQn • Merchants 



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. ..nev Wia 0, j juifi: D U & t fc,C R>, res 
¥46 Pe^top aye. ; 

Chennell Arthur Wj bkjir Mugger's 
laundrjy, bds J824 Buchanan. . 

C jennel} lhoma|s W, 'groter 1324 3uch- 
' ^nan, re; safne. ' 



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reriowe r tt Charles H, mptbrmah 

ijit Ry, re w s 30th, 5th in of. Hie 



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ChenowetH Fre Jerick, -driver Fiojfita 
Son, res lONbrfh. 



202 IA. L. & 



Sus 



alnah (Wid Wm), bds 616 



LjEAffI LET 



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T. lUIl'DING. 



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! WBi) brick molder, res 616'' 



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liyineh, pedler, res 4 512 e 2d. 

lerrierj U&niiuf W, insurance, 4&1 la 
Loan j& Truist bld&i i)e| Colcie^ter 

place. '! i i, iit . - 

terrindto i John V, engDM URy, res 

108 17tjh. [I ■■'!', •' I 

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lerry FraJnk W» rmsjl622 6th aye 
Cherry Iy( ia (wid Wm), res 1214 Day.! 
C ierry Wm F, bond 0, R ; I & P Ilk res- 

1033 4th. " i|- : . ; , ' r ' 

Cherry Wn H.jjab, res 1214 Day. 



C lesbro ;Ci ombif S (Mpetzel & Chesbro), - 
jbclsThb HilkWood. ; ■' I ' I 
!HESHlftii BUOS (Milton F and Carey; i; 
[ A) > Pri|ntjers,| ^ L2 Lobusl^. j ! j \$ 
A (Cheshire Bros], bds' 



Cheshire Care 



'over 612 



JOCUSt. 



Cheshire] C rac 



lover 612 



i JI 61 



Locust. 



Cheshire] Milto 

937 6$ he. 
Cheshire! 1 'nomas A, asst k 



j(McVeV^Ch 

ave. : I , '■ 
|C|jefesneK I amp 
1 301 , Win lit./. ' 
!^ lessner. lam 

LaborCC, rm 
.(■iesterjiphkrlesl 
Ciester "JM ss 

(High Sjcl pol 



M (\yid Jbhu Wj res 



Ci(t6j BURLINGTON & oijINCY 
UL ltOAD(BURLIlIGTON M>UTE), 

^Mesmer, City Pass anger andTicket 

epli, 234 4th; Pass [)epot w !so 4th- 

Maple and Elm; Freight }louse, 

I nw cor w bo fth. (See front 

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PICAICIO COTTAGE OttGAN €0, A E - 

'j §ijkn|elLMahager, 723. Walnut.:. (See " 
' jwyej classified Pianos and Organs.) 

CHIIUGO GREAT WESTERN IRAIL- 

■■* WAY GO, C. J BrookfCity Pasjsenger 
d|::lcket Agent, T M Hooper Di- 
iod fright Agent,[226-2284th, Pa^- 



F (Cheshire Br^s)}, res 



fehi 



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CBester Win, m&ed tt CHiiago. 
#esterfi8ll School, r (Gilb$rt DiJ3(:rict), 
pshbaig tjsw | or Russei. 



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ierall 
res 010 elGrand 



onjfcqlPd), .\&b, m\t over, 
wksj Jlyde 



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Hierb blk. 



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C, moved 
lellieE, teacher te)D°M 



(' pstnut ^ tidr'ew A, eity ^ales,| 
jj) Walnut. i j . '■■■•■!■ • 
Ctbvaliei- Jlintin P 



k Park ave, 1st 



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tray 



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agt/'i'es cor 



levaliej Hamuhl E, 

Bt^andlijicMave,. j 
thfevalierf & Cft (Clinton! # ChMlier) 

conirnk, ^00(?oiut ayeiJ 1 ' r 
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tiitottp ^^ LUMBER C(', Robert (Fuller- 

;i ;ton Majnagerl 1)0 'wso' 4th and Vine 

■' jsejcoi'pth. ..j ; j ' '. 

tmvhq, MlLWlUKUE & ST PAUL 

; |»AILWAY r B- W Fiat City flicket 
Meril,, 220 :4th. i ' ■ 

toHlCACJO, jiMK I^LiLND & PACIFIC 

^JJL^LV^AYi U B O t ough Passenger 

gebt, J R Graham Division Freight 

! ; Agen J 400 Court ave, C N Gilmore 

'lijupetintendent! D M Vallev Division, 

Cmti ave, Passe: iger. Depot vine 

et8akjid]4th. l (8ee\fYoktpage IX.) 



Clhjcatfo stfeam Dye Wi>rks, D SiWool- 
nkky piopr,211 jlth iveJ 

HCACip VAN j MET11R COAIi MIN 
N|8 COJ C Bl^attTPresi^ent, J t 
'Watt Jq Cashier, 706 Youngjcrman 
lkl, . i See, left side lines and front 
ape XIII.) 

CACIOJ& NORTHWESTERN RAIL 
ffiYjjSj W fla^ardfGerieral Agent, 



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fBti 'M arpo, jrms 11 l:ollips,blk. 
^ r ilden George Pj ell; Stream & Mc 

famjidfl,]rRs408iSclioolJI ■! I 
Ijde'n IJTennie (vtid p^ames), i»es 122 
f f e.2d| 

ldei-s John C, elk C M Dodsoju, bds 
$til31 T,r '■ ■ ' ' 



'Mmglit ftnd Ticket office Sl6 4th," Pas 
;;Pe^jjjer Depot; e Wahut n\v cor 4" 
ItFrjeigljilj^ejpot e Locust sjv cor!4th. 



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RATTRAY? & 

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Childers LeRoy, driver Wm Zinsmjister, 
res 334 Pelton ave. 

Childers Miss Myrtle, elk Western Fur 
Mnfg Coj res 408 school I 

Children's Home Assu, Mrs L C Me- 
Garry a^t 1348 e 9th. | i 

Childress Charles L, driver, rek 334 
Pelton aye. 

Childress Gilbert N, lab. res 605 Cfrand 
ave. 

Childress Henry J. lab, res 005 Grand 
ave. ! 

Childress Miss Jennie, waiter Peter 
Kurtz, rms 403 Walnut. ! 

Childress Louis C, lather, res n\v cor I 
Ovid ave and Zoo. ! 

Childress Miss Nellie, elk Harris-Emery 

Co, res 605 Grand ave. , ■ 1 ' ' 

CHILDS AUGUSTUS M, Lawyer,! 819 

7th. res same. 
Childs B ti, elk Aborn House. 
Childs (jalviii P, bricklyr E D Jajies & 

Co, res 1315 e 13th. i 

_ .Childs Clifford C. elk F T Campb 
© 900 4th. I 
l ~ ''Childs Edward W, elk Alfred Har 

| hds900J4th. 
m -Childs Elijah, house mover, bds| 1112 
| School. ; ■ | 

r.Chikis Harry H, trav agt, res 2015 
I! Pleasant, i 

.Childs House, A M Childs propr, 810 
I; 7th. i • - F | 

•Childs Miss Lillie, elk Chas E Riiser& 

Bro, rms 1013 Lafayette. | 
Childs Miss Maude, student 1) IV 

lege. | 
Childs May (wid Elbert), res 1112 School 
Chilson Oiirl H, trav agt Farquhar 

ing Co. '217' Locust. 
Chilton Abraham, lab, res 1011 10th. ! 
Chilton Cleo M, student Drake Univer 

sitv. rms 1227 24th 
Chilton Edie, student IOWA BUSINESS! 

COLLEGE. [ i I 

Chipchase John, mirier, res 1436 Maulej 
Chittenden Arthur L, trav agt Whi,tej 

Murphey & Pickering, res 904 e 6th. 



Chittenden C M, ins, bds 
!wood. 



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Chittenden Daniel B, res 903 e 



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Chittenden George W, je 
j6th, re*71t Maple. ' 

Chittenden Miss Jennie, elk 

Ico. r I " ' 

Chittenden Miss Leo da, bds 1215 e 12t 
Chittenden Lyman W, millwright D 

Mnfg and Supply Co, res 1015; e 12tJ 
Choate| Samuel H, student, b^s 10 

Scott. 
Chow Charles, farmer, res w s Summit 

ave. | . i 

thrischillesj Anna, student highland 

Park Collecp 
(Jhrissinger Edgar M, elk A L WEST, 

res 819 6th ave. a 

hrissinger Har ; ry R, harness mkr H 

P Johnson & (|o, rms 819 6th me. 

hrissinger Irvin B, mngr Miller &Co, 

res 829 e Grand ave. j 

Otjh. 

Locust 
(Jurist Charles W, elk Goldstohe^Red 
• - 1 - "■" e Locust. 

(age 57), died Oct 22, 

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(fhrist Jennie, \>fks Merritt & Bush, bos 

1138 11th 
(fhrist Miss Lizzie, dressmkr,! rms|lljl7 

Grand ave. 
Christ. Miss Minnie, stenog, bds 412 e 
[ Locust 
Ohrist Wm, bkph res w s Main 3d so of 



Christ Andrew, pedler, res 423 e so 9t 
Christ Arrilla C (wid E H), res 412 



stoue, bds 412 
(jJhrist Edward 
1892. l 



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100I. 
Heat- 



Mutual Benefit Life |is fib. 



Pleasant (Sevastopol), i | 
! Christisen. 



(Jhristensen, set 



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nkn$on afid 
Beckmim 



((jhristensen Wm, niolder 

Bros, res 507 t so 7th. 
(jhristenson Andrew, minef, jres iS 

Buchanan^ 



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( hristenson Anna, 

I House. 

(jhristenson Carl, bricklyr, teaj efs 
I Harring ave, 1st u of e North ave 
(Jhristenson Christian, lab King & Ke|n 

nedy, 305 Locust. 
Christian Church, Shaw, sc cor e 

9th. > , 

(Christian George H, record elk P 
I res 1406 10th. T T 

Christian. Home, Mrs Mary Holcomb 

matron, 585 7ch. 
Christian Science Dispensary and Read- 
ing room, J J Rope supt, 511 'Ijtye 

Equitable bldg- 
Christian Visitdr (mobthly), University 

Place Christian Church pi(b, 25th, p* 

cw North. 



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NEWARK, 

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CHAS. B. YAK SLYKB, 

8TATB AGENT. __ ■ 




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(I'hristijih Worker (ninthly), Key Hatr 
vey iQ jpreeflen pii.b, 1;318 Woodland 




nni lJJl!iPRBBjD||l.lVfRY-. 

UllUrjj. pphlne 718. I211-21J 



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(ihristiandfon. £ee also Christensen and 

ii Chnsmbi. ■ ' | ■ • ! . j 

.(phristianq m Nids,wks VybodlaridjCeni- 

!. eteryjlris 411 e so 9th. ' " 



(j;hristiajn|pn Peter, lab: 

, Moines. ' ;j ; i » 

(l 1 hristiam m . Samuel, lab, bds 427 ;e; 

, Grand / ve.\ • : , ' \ 

Christiet J >hn I), elk Arctij Ice Co, bds 

| 1207 e Ml'jn t. I ! I . : , 

thristun Ihotry )Son, jres 1S07 e ! Walnut.. 



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rms 225 Des 



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Christensen and 



Christie a IJacdjb, bds 
<j;bristir a| rpha W,ea 

(jliristi^njj' set also 

j \Chris iciftsor^. , } , ( 

Ohristisei George y|,i <Sk Standard Oil' 

C o, bds! i020!4th. [l- ■. ■ . ||j . -.]' 

'hristiseij, Andrew, pedlar, res 423 e so 

. Ohristiseif MioJiael, lab, res 417 e so 9th.; 
Ohristoffefson Carl !A, Iblksmitti D M- 

Scale'|&Mnff:Co, bds lllelst: ; ' 
OhristopUersoH Ernst, : mattress mkr ; 

Schnjitfi & H&nry MnfgCo, bds 834 2d,j 
jJh'risty!AI*chil)|ald t suptE D MP O sta-^ 
i tion.rei; lioi Maple. I ;l ,. ' - !' : , 

Christy! A rchitald Jr, c&i*rier PIO, bds 
' 8lWaker..j ' h .^j '^{^^ ; *j 
JDHHISTl COAL CO,! iJosebh Ml Christy 
, Pres] |C larlej j F Hemen' vay fSec and' 
• JTread, r Cla]>p bilk; :! ■ I ',| ■ "/« 
, Christy) Elwari, harness mkr, bds 811: 

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Frederick, clk,|res 817 Pleas 



.CHRIJSTI WM 

,Pv(jrse( r of 
Slli'Wiker. 
ChriaW-ViTm 
4 res Om 9t(i 



res[il7ell't}h.i' I • •' !i< :1 
septtj U, P^? G%is,ty|C^al Oo ! j 



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H, carp Mn B 



iristy{F *anki elk McNuJtv!<£^Po, res' 
1100 Miiplo ' ( 

iristyjF :ed,p|ressm£m Ij)ally lo-wa Cap-; 
ital, rms' 307 e 'Loctast.: 



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bds 1102 

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Christy/ 



alKier. , . ., , . 

iss Jane M, res 817 Pleasant. 

hniW. mail clerk, Io^ya Daily: 



thrifty 
j ant 
Christy 
!■' iMapte 
prist, " 
res 8 
[Christ 

jjhristjjj 
\ Capilalj 

'Pfrjstyjjj. _ 

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iChubt) Jbse>h M, carp], b(is 1112 7th. K 
■ (|nubbick Virginia (wid Trederick), bds 
Mmi-L^on.' 1 .T .. i 

jCiumbley Samuel F, lab D 1^1 Brick 
j ' j Mnjg Co< res Terracje av|e nr j29th. 
jCb'urpn ind Cohgregition Children of 
M | Israel,! . e 6th- bet Lyon ajnd Des 
'J I Moineft. | ■ '■; ' j 

^hurih ,Miss Dollie A, supt Deaconess 
Ho Me; res 1107 Cenier. j 

hurpp -W plyde, abstracter J Howard 
(He iW; rms 9.14 7th. ! ! f 
Churjnill Carl, moveq t,o Fairriont, la. 



Chur 3 iill Edward M, 



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ton,! la, 
phurpriH Minnie L, teacher, inioved to 
! Pari?, France. 
Churp lill fc tclla. mov^d to Newton.' la. 
JGburciill Thomas P, retoucher F W 
!' : l Welt sterv bds- 70p Center. I 
iChurje iman Joseph E, res 11& Jperson. 
Churcimau Michael W. I bf Jtcher. res 
i|1046 U3ihi. . - ';■ l : . \ \ \ 
Chute Nellie, Student Highla^di Park 
J'Cbihfce, 



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CITY BOARD 01] PlIBLIC WORKS, R 

S[S Fi akbibe, R I (J ghise, City Hall. 

CJITY (iLERK'S PFFICE, 1^ B Dennis 

, jCi^y Clefk, did Hafi. . I i 

CITY DIRECTORY (XFflCE, 4 L Polk 
& Co Piji b|i8her|, Otp ave nw !cor Mul- 
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EQUITABLE LIFE ASSUBANCE SOCIETY, 

: OF IBTBW- TOEK. 



Every Tontine policy issued by the Ecjuit;ii>;e 
Society, twenty years ago, whose Tontintj period 
expires in 1893, has a present cash surrender value 

GREATER THAN ! 

THE SUM OF THE PREMIUMS PAID. 

LEE B. JPTJRSTXKTE, IMIanagrer. 

EQUITABLE BLDG., DES MOINES, I A!. , 

CITY JAIL, Thomas Lowe jailor, Cen- 
tral Police Station. • 

CITY LICENSE COLLECTOR'S OflFICE, 

W H Baker Collector, City Halli 

CITY POLICE COURT, Frank %g)es- 
ton Police Judge, F F Blyler Clerk, 
w s 2d bet Locust and Grand ave. 

City Scales, James Stroup weigher, se 
cor 8th and Locust. !' 

CITY SOLICITOR'S OFFICE, Hugh 
Brennati Solicitor, City Hall. 

CITY TREASURER'S OFFICE, C A 

Ryden Treasurer, City Hall. 

Clader Miss Emma, bkbinder la Print- 
ing Co, bds 622 Grand ave. , 

Clagg Roy, student Highlaud Park Col- 
lege. 

Clampitt Mjss Cora, wks Louis Harbaoh, 
b(is 1214 ^ Court ave. \ ( 

Clampitt Miss Minnie, teacher Longfel- 
low schqo\ res 1214 e Court aye. 

Clampitt Richard M, carp, res 1214 e 
Court ave 

Clampitt Miss Hose, Seamstress TIL- 
DEN'S SHIRT FACTORY, res 11214 e 
Court ave. 

Clancy Mary (wid Michael), bds ei s e so 
8th 2d from Raccoon. [ 

Clapp Block, 5th sw cor Walnut. | 

Clapp Edwin R, owner Clapp blk, res 
Grand ave, sw cor of 19th. 

Clapp Sheldon B, collector Armour 
Pckg Co, rms 200 8th. 

Clapp Win A, elk, bds 1031 6th ave. 

Clapper Miss Cora E, student e| DM 
High School, bds 1513 Lyon. | 

Clapper Miss Dora, milliner, bcls 919 e 
9th. I 

Clapper ilulward S. well digger, res 
1513 Lyon. • | 

Clapper Frank P, teamster Union Coal 
Mining Co, bds 1513 Lyon. j 

Clapper Miss Maine E, res Oxford ne 
cor Euclid ave. 1 

Clapper Nelson, driver Homau &; John- 
sou, bds 1504 Maple. 

Clapper Osa E, mngr W W Swender, 
res 1504 Maple. i 



Clapper Susan A (wid Moses) 
9th. 



res 919 e 

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Clapper), 



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Shipper Thotoa 1 C (Roller & 
j*es 13th, cor (College ave. 

Clapper Wlm! ek District Court office, 
bds 911) e 9th. ' 

Clarahan ICharles H, student Drake 
! University, rms 1169£ 27th. 
Clarej, see also Clary and Chary, i : 
Ciarey Rev Ja lies, asst pastpr St (Am- 
j brose Church res 611 High 
Cllarey John E, see and treas The Weir 

Furnace Co, res ^02 20th. 
'lark, see also vfdrke. \ 

lark 1 Abner a!, ins agt, rhi 1, T|he 
^llliad. . - j 
Clark 1 Albert B, student IOYfA BUSI- 
j ftESS COLLEGE. >. 

Clark Alexander, fireman, re: ? 422 w so 

Clurk Andrew E (A E Clark & Co), res 

I ^13 School. 1 

Clark Miss Am a J, bds 914 9th. , 

plark Arthur, driver: Adams Ex Co. 

(pi irk A E & C6 (Andrew E Clark), ip- 

l suratiee, 301 Af hrquardt blk . 

Pi irk Miss Carrie F, res 214 e Court 

J ^ ve * 1 

Clark Charles, Jiostler J W D<Jrr. 

Cliirk Charles, trav ffgt, res 9pt ltifth. 

Cljirk Charles A, upholsterer /Schipitt; & 

j Henry MnfgCo, bds 1413 Des Moines. 

Clark Charles 1), janitor Cottage Hospi- 

i tal, bds sa«i€ . 1 f 

pljirk Cliarles W, teamster White Lrae 

Transfer Co, res T08| e Locust. ' 

Oliirk Claud, student Drake University, 



bds 2309, North. 
Olkrk David M bds 828 9th. 
Jljark ^rs D Elizabeth, opr J 

i-ess 141^ Des Moines 



Clark Edward, 
j 812 Cherry 
plark Ecjwin, b 
I yastopol). 
Clark Miss Ella 1 
jCl'ark Elliot M, 
Plark Ernest E, 
ers Life Assn 



lab J B McGc 



M Ferrpe, 
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iksmith, res e ^Main ($e- 

H, bds 510 e Locust, 
real estate, re$i 1320 10 tj 
Judicial Dire 3tor Bail 
res 425 28th. < 
plark Miss Ethbl, nurse D M Home lor 
Friendless Children, res 2018 Highf 
nie E, bds 116^ 2d. 
plark Frank, book agt, bds 3712 4th 
plark Frank HJ elk G H Botsford, Ijds 
68815th. 

lark George, ex messr,,res 1359 e J2th 
plark George, roofer, res 313 Monroe 
fS D M). > 

/larK George W, labi res n of C, R )■ 
P Ry w of 28th 




CAPITAL CITY NURSERI 
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mi pjrtUi $i5o,doo, 



real| JEsr^fE ' loans, Mnd 

KUIIGljfjwL BONDSi ! ! f 



arkGecrze Wj moved to Sioux City, 
Mark ftai'cly M, trav! agt 



'Harvest = 
C(ark rielc 

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Clark Hjjp, 
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CMRKrBiOWARI) J. lawyer, 0-18 

Papp 1M :, rnis 17^0 woodland: am 
(iark^saah U, jlk Monitor House. ; 
ClArk Jauik rciuer GibsbnrCoal Mine, 

jies 900 e Court a,ve. - ; ' " ' • ' • ; 
diirkJahijis H « bds 951. lflth. . ; % \\ \ 
(Jl|rk r JUnes Oil, contractor, res!l07tf 
■ jflst.-.gTj I \ ':{,.: ! ; , 

(Mrk Jam ss M ; wks Getoherl & Mar tip] 

|l<um|)fi!r md ftnfgCo, rei[-78#'; 10th'. j 
ClJitt^MESS, See DeM Moines! Firo; 
Ip8urai ic e Co ' res 1014, nh . (See HgM 

, top Urns and' front page 10.) •! ' 
illirk Jffmes S, jdriver JK&Wti Gil- 

(frest, mi 1411 ► Des Moiije 3 . [j [ ( 
Clirk Jib js W, lab, mis !1052.Encl' ! 
Clirk Joht (ago 1 78; v died AbriMdJll^ 
Clkki^dhi i. helper D MU Ry Shoi,[ba> 

Jeffer$ot 'se c >r 8th. ,: "'•'■ f ■ .|j-/f • 
Clark Johr C, physician, 510 ejLocust, 

Ifessame?. i ' ■ ' I: | H i 

lark Jphn M. fy eng, re$ .516 Walnut 
lark J<j>hi M sec Gen^e fc $\ny 
Bridge 1 Co, res 1208 Wbpdlanq ave. 
Mirk Jbhj H, moved to Mt feasant 

K V'. ; !'■ - .... .' , , 

Clark- Jbhi T, miner, re? Jeffe^rsW sej 
-'ior8th(;5l)ll). r : ' ' ' 

(-lark tfohn W, palperh'gr' Ho 
New, bdj Mm E§ Wight. 
Ijtrk Jose ph II, (tinisherj Getc (rr _„ 
Jlartinj ^umlier and Mufg .Co, Irei 

182 10th. • --I . ir. ■ 

rk Julia, do uestie i0p7 Dth. j ' ' 
.rk'Mijss Lau ra, bds 1584 e Walnut. 
rk Miss Lucy, bds 1316 10th J 
■rk ^liss jLncy-Gi teacierTiLincolr, 
choolJ FiHd Rift ft l.nf\uai\ i . J- ! . 



Mills, 



SOLID, SAFE 

And Successful. 

is ££ FRONT PAQK X. 



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GjarA Luthor, mason, ras 1226 28jth. 
Olark ^abel, moved to le.nsas City, Mo, 
Clark IV "are areti(wid Alonzo), bds 1359 

<jel2fh.. I ^t i ■: ! 
Clark ^.iss Martha, labiller Tone Bros 

1,^8 8(2 iJofferson (S EM) ' 
Qfark Mary (qol'd) (w| 

'(lress, res 121! w so 7th. 
Gjlark ¥abs Mcjrv E, .ste log Nat (jjjracker 

» Co, pds 1420 Woodlar dlave. ! 
(llark Miss Nellje S,<bd? 1316 High, 
jdlijirk ^ ewi;on S, miller, res 1423; Grand 

! 'ave.! i ■■'). i 

Clark ;qiiv3 L (wid John C), res 1420 

; Wood Ian 1 ave. I , ] 

Clark Oliver T, bkpr, bds 212 1st. V 
jClark (Itto driver L t" Wells, itms 215 
» CHestbutl. ■ .' ■" j .1 

"Cftrk .Richard R, . inspector C&NW 
^'/Ry/'HslUMth: 
Cl^rk Robert L, braken an, rms over 809 

Walpbt- ' " :' 

C^ark Miss Ruby,,teacher, bds lljl 1 27fch. 

Clark Samuel C, messr Adams |Kx (Joy 
^s 18 16 High. - I 

Clark j Samuel W, teamster, rms 1220 
Mulberry. ! 

Clkrk IV xi Sarah A, bot.rding,212 1st 

Clark Ii helby N, miller Central! Rol 



rei 1423 Grand 



iSusie, res 1075 21 3t 

'\llk butcher,, ;ekil503 Capitol 



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Clark Walier U, driver) D M St 

;i-es713e 18th. 

Clark Welcome, horfee 

^(jri'aDilave, s|o of 35th. 

OUrkjy^ml lat,.bds 40F e so 4th 

Clark |\^m, painter, 3d i Njelson 

"m, h6ii8e mov6r, 'rms 6 

m' A, trav agt, res 1307 



Wm E, trav agt, 



m-E, clkDM Saddlery 



j^^55|4th' ' ; ' \' 
!01ark Win' G, driver, 



Wm H, elk D M 



OUDth. 



Clark 
<?lark 

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qiark 
Cliirk 

ave. 
Cliark,Thotn4s, brakenian 

r resll5 8lh 
Ol^rk'j' 'hoinas E, real est) res ijw cor 

$2d 'a id forest aVe. i, , 

Cl'ark Thompson, student Highland 

Ifark College. 



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House. 
2 12th. 
Grand 



res 1163 $th ave. 



Co, res 



res 833 Buchanan. 



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ejrms 3606 1st 
m,H, real esta|te, res 21^ 1st. 
trav agi 
bds Mubger's Hdtel 
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

East Fourth and £ourt Ave. 

Telephone fl'O. 



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Life Insurance Company 

or* HARTFORD, CONN. 

Full information will b«|chcerfully furnished by 
F. B. ALLDBEDGE, Gen'l Agent, 
ELLIOT S. MILLER, District Sup't, 

20, 21, 22 Office Block, DES MOINES, IOWA. 

Clarke Albert, cabinet mkr Louis Har- 
wich, bds 718 e 6th. ! 

Clarke Austin A, dairyman, res rie £ sec 
31, twp 71), range 24. 

Chirke Bertrand B, car checker C, K I 
&PKy. bds 1.108 4th. 

Clarke Miss Carrie A, teacher C C C C, 
resUOO'lOth. 

Clarke Charles H. freight solicitor C, B 
&QR R, res 1308 4th. | 

Clarke Charles II Jr, freight solicitor C, 
B&Q H 11, res 1508 4th. | 

Clarke Clara A (wid R L) mner Harris- 
Emery Dining Hall, res f)08 Chestnut. 

Clarke 'Clinton F, elk U M Wattjr Wks 
Co, res 1007 6th ave. 



1 Park 



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Clarke Harry H, train ■ dispatcher!) M, 
N & \V Ry, rms Court ave u\v dor 4th. 



H * M Medicine Co, bds 833 Buchanain. 



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^ I Clarke Mjss Leora B, stenog Ga 
| Connor & Weaver, res 666 19tfi. 
Clarke Mary E (wid Joseph F), 
Pi rms 1034, Enos. 

Clarke Rachael C, bds 56615th. 
| CLARKE ROBERT L, General Agent 
National Masonic Accident Associa- 
tion, res 666 10th. 1 
Clarke Robert \V, res 506 Lyon, j 
Clarke Miss Sarah K, bds 506 Lyon. 
CUarke Win, tailor Continental Clothing 

House, res 029 10th. 
Clarke Wm A, driver Am Ex Co, rms e 

s Main (Sevastopol). 
Clarke Wm T, trav agt, bds 1J07 6th 

ave. ,- 

Clarksoh Miss Bertha, student, bds 805 

Pleasant. [ 

CLARKSON BROS (Richard P and John' 
R), Publishers The Iowa State Regis- 
ter, 322 Court ave. ji 



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Clarke E'ulima, student Highlanc 
College. I 

jg * i Clarke Felix G, res 566 15th. 
Cflls.N i Clarke Frederick E, teamster, res 701 e 

*- n I Clar 

W^ f \ Clarke John A, portrait agt, fes 510 

J^ X. ^ ! Oth. 

§.§>0 ! Clarke-Kate F (wid Wm T), res 15)07 , 

Mg^j! 6th ave. ' -•< i 

a -a J Clarke Miss Laura, wks Chamberlain 

AT .1! v!„i. /~<„ lwl~ DUO 1J.,^U„„„»-k 



Clarkson ^liza^eth (wid C Fj), res 903 
" Pleasant. I " 

Plarkson Frank, bds 1811 4th 

Clarkson Frank P, student, bds 805 
j j Pleasant. j ' . 

CLARKSON JA,0tfES S, VicelPres Des 

Moines National Bank, res IjJew York 
City. (See embossed line back cover 
anil page 85.\) t 

DLARKSON JOHN R (Clarkson Bros), 
| Business Mupager The Iowa State 
Register, res 805 Pleasant, j 

CLARKSON RICHARD P (Clarkson 
Bros). Editdr, The Iowa State 'Regis- 
| ter, res 805 Pleasant. ! i 

Jlary, see also plarey and Cle\iry. . 
iliry-Am rewM,| police, res 1529 Maple. 
Jlater Miss Einjma, copiest, rms r i Tur- 
jnerblk. , J: , - I \ 

Jlaughton Isabella (col'd) '(wid And- 
rew I ), boarding, res lt05 Des Moines, 
jlaussen, ses aisa Clossen. . 
t'^aussen Carrie M, tailore^s, rms 7 

jVorse blk. 
Claussen Jolmjdfiver D M Transfer Co, 

res 7 Vorse Blo^k. 
Claver George |C^ cigar mkr 
| [brecht, bds 705 e North. 
(j)aver James B, cigar mkr 
i ! brecht, res 1117 e 6th. ■ 
Clavier Wm CJ l^iach D M 
14^8 Grand a\(e 

ol'd), cook, 



Frank Al- 
Frank Al- 
XTT Ry, bds 
)ds 312 e 



Olay Boston ( 
j Coufrt ave 
'lay Charles Gl fainter Red Mead, Nor 

ton, Lathro.pjjCt), res 1049 ljlth 
Clay Henry (col'd), wks Hyde Labor Co, 

res cor 2d ariji Court ave. , 

Clay HenryiS (pol'd), janitor Am Ex Co, 

res 819 11th. | 
Olay James C,| student Higiland Park 

C/Ollege. || ! 

Clay Thomas J (col'd), actor, res 312 e 
! Cciurt ave. ! { | 

tlay Wm, lab, bds 1713 Lyon. 
Clayman Louis, pedler, res 645 Des 

Moines. . j ' 

Claymen pavi4 S, pedler, bds 213 e-7th. 



DRAKE & BUSSELLE, 

Gravel and Felt Room 

We make a specialty of Sidewalks'.uid Urivewa>; 

using the famous "Gilsonite. ■ the liucst 

Usphalt knoiwn fbr this class of work. 

Officd, 200 Fiftft Strlet, YojrogWman Block. 

I ROOFIliG MATERIAlIfOR 



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glymeii Miss Lena, d res s nkr,, bjls 213 

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Claymeji ft and6l, pedler.jrss J3i8 |e 7thj 
clayrueiii iss Mamie, bds J13eVt!h.. - | 
Claynien IV oses W, pedler, bds2l JJje7thJ 
GJa&meti i: irah (wid Abraham), bds 213 

i M 7th -' li •=■;.']" l : J I ■■ 

i Clayton; Ba rbarji, domestic 615 e Locust. 1 
Clayton Be ajamin H, car repairer D )5d 
StjKy,ireil22iJe9th. K v - []' ! '■ . . ., , ■ , 

Sra^^W'^SH®^ 6 ' 6 ^'^! i GtBssJEriil eltj'DSeiberger, Ms 719 
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HE MUTUAL JLIFE INSURANCE 
COMPANY OF NEW YORK h^ 

?\ | fc r r tiahy yeais, b< en acknowledged 
tile bes: company for ihc insured, J and 
us weetly record of claims paid. afford3 
additional evidence of its puperiority pvet 
all compet torp. . 



FLEMMf BROS., Managers, 

Kooms iOl and 102 It. Loin and TrmtEldfr. 



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1 1 Col, bd(s< entral House. 
)C|ayjton:T Charles, eng, res|602 6 1st. 
Cleaiy, iee alsb ylarey and \ rnary* 
deary mil M, cigar mkr Frank iAI- 

precht; -rus 80^ ejso 8thi | • 
Clefctt; G 3org6 H (col'dj), 
72'8th. f . | : ' 

GHekhorn • ■] lobert, farmer, 

h , ' 

iGhlarles B, wks jD M Electric 

12 2d. 

and jjEdfth, i student: Hyhlanft Park 

allege. ; " 

(Jutland ItM ss Elta.-stenog. res 1012 2d. 

i'lb and jFi i idlej E, wks D M Electric 

o, re|H 12 2cj. I ■ : j ' ; 

tt andLe lie H, agt Uniic CaslrKeg- 

ster Co, es l439Grand T aVe.. ,: * 

Cljeland Lo l lella] stenog Spurrier, Dow 

I & Parish, res 1012 2d. 

ClelanjiWrJiM, ires 101? 2d. 

ameS, teamster, 



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state Tjreasiirer, 
Pres'l De8pfoliJ|es Ice Co, ! 
(p^Afcr,, fcx-beputy Cpujnty treasurer. 



ij Capital, $50,000. 
sunlGs anc Profits, 



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ess Wm E, hatter, 4 08 r Walnut, rms 

■:;|7[li-3d, " .'■ . ; Y" ' - < ' 

Cfevolar d Alexander ; If>, ■ pattern mkr 
jW^lsoJi & Stein, Ms 1201 e so 12thT J\ 

CJeWlar 4 Alexander D Jr, molde 

'son & St$iu, res 1J01 pcott. 
Cl&veiat: d 



Miss Matty, beamstress, 



Cleinans 
jVlaple; 

Clemans 
'MapleJ 
CleiiensCal 
Clwnens Joiephine .(coPd^ 



Tie (jjol'd), res 



res 1518 



m T, tea,msteif, res 1518. 

1112 Center; 
rims' 755 9thl; 

K&j W.ty 



omer, 'driver 



lcrest, H)ds 823 Small 
Clfe liens :'ii; 
Qle liens M 



ent.T. 
ent.pr 
(Sevaj 



ella(col'd) f bds r 1112 Center^ 
ryCqol'dhrms^SGtli, 



Cljement^ 



foal $;M ning C6, rfes Sevastoriol. 
wepients James] lab, res 1518 Magpie 



omas, died May 5, 1803.. 
omas, .minor, rese s. Jeffer- 
topo^). .' . !r 

avid, lab The Van Ginkel 



2 
IPWJIK'S <| 

clip n 

Dlei 
CI 



Clem 
Coaf 
bds 



Ufe nents 1 Li 'dovico R (Webster & 
Mts), res]jl5 9fch. 
Uenents Wni, Iteamster Unioji 
p M ning O.. 4167th. ! t! 
Weinmans Jliss jLena,' seapi9tres^, 
ie7th.; { ri , ■! ' ■ 'T . 

£S OFFJCE WSTJBlICy COURT 

POLK] COUNTY, WiUia^a Mntson, 
erk.: Co irt House. ' J M 

3l' Frank,! lab 1 Liverpool &! 
ckingCo,re^it8th. 



:ms 
J025 8th. r I' I T 

Cleveland Thomas D,. contractor, bdi 
: iSabin He use. | | 

Clevengjr jasper N, (nii ler. res 20 cial 

lill (ti D M). J ■ ] ]' ! 

Clipk Miss Mary (Murray & Click) 

;323e7th, I 

plftik Robert, bda 323 e "th 
Clidk Scitt, drivfer feasB Bros, bds 328 



Wil 



res 



Clifford Daniel, lab 
1404 esq 9th. 



C,HI&piEty, bds 



RJ 
Bjac- 
, rms 



Clifford E len A, seotior foreman C, 

&!PRR,res404e|sp{th. 
CHford John, fireman/ bds 212 d 

CMorjd John, messri U| S Ex Co 

f432 CJhestnut. 1 
CliffoiM ^ohn P,, lab C, R I & P Ry, i:es 

AQ4is»9th. J 
Clifford Vlary, domestic 914 WalnbtJ 
Clifford Miss Miry % b< s 404 .e so 
COFEORD WESLEY N 



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EDWARDS 



Benefit Life i'lsurjnce 

XT t Ai\d \r 7LX 



9th. 
Spebial Agent 



iNeWaik, N J, 408 Yfungarmar blk k 

.Ms- 1715 7th. (Seelleft bottoin lind.) 
[ClM Sic ney R, studen C C C C, bds 

606 D|b ? Moines. , | 

Clifton Alexander, stuient- HigliUnd 

; Pirk C bllege. ' ] j 

Clifton 1 eights (M E) dhurch, CI iyi he 

! cqrso4th. ; . | 

Clifton Heights (Preabj Church, Rev 

Ifl^nry Robertson. t>a*tor, r Indi moia 

iav|e se ;or Blobmfifeld S D M). 
CUIFTON HEIGHTS LAI 1> CO, Tlnmas 
, .Btation, Pres; B SlWa ker, Sec; R T 

[Wellsbger, Treas, 522 Walnut. I 
Clifton J jhn,- student'IO VA BUSIl^ESS 

i;COLLEGE, bds 510| Ohestnut. I 1 



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313 FIFTH STREET. 



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Paid • on 

CAPITAL ItfD SURPLUS, $230,000 



DCROeSitS. 



Clifton Richard, student Highland Part 
-College. 

Cline, see also Kline. \ 

CLINE BROS (John B and James N), 
' Grocers, 3701 6th ave. • 

Cline Charles, lab, res 411 School 

Cline Charles, wks Eagle Iron I Works, 
bds 1105 e Walnut. j 

Cline Collin, student D M College, 
rms 1809 9th. j 

Cline Fred, miner Coon Valley C & M 
Co L res 1416 e Court ave. i 

Cline James N (Cline Bros), res Gth se % 
cor Euclid ave. | 

Cline Rev John, res 6th ave se cor Eu- 
clid ave. I 

Cline John B Jr, student Highland, 
' Park College. ; j i 

Cline John B (Cline Bros), res 6th ave 
se cor Euclid ave. « I 



R, bds F 



Cline William, cond DMSfcR 

F Frantz. 
Cling, see also Kling. 
Cling Ira C, Dep Supt Public 

tion, res 1206 e Walnut 
Clingan Anna M, stenog, res 810 e 13th. 
Clingan Elizabeth l f (wid Ro|bert), x^s 



Instruc* 



Smith, bds 810 






810 e 13th 
Clingan Fay M, elk 

e 13th. 

Clingan Huett N, clkl, rms 810 e 13jth. ,; 
Clingan Mary A (wid David), bds 9o)L 

26th. ; | ( 

Clinkenbeard Bert, baker,*7>ds 293 e 17t^. 
Clinkenbeard, Miss Eva, elk ' Youhker 

Bros, bds 293 e 17th. ' f| 

Clinkenbeard John W, wks Nat Starch 

Mnfg Co, res 293 e 17th. | | ' 

Clinkenbeard Miss Nellie, ,wks H J Wil 

son, rms 293 e 17«h. ' 
Cliifcon Michael, res 205 e so 4 
Cloe Abraham L, brickmason, res 

Ohio. 
Cloney Miss Kate L. student IOWA 

BUSINESS COLLEGE, bds 316 

Crocker. 
Close Benjamin S, brick ninfr, 20th in 

of Clark, res e s 23d nr Franklin ave. 



IOWfl PRIHTINC CO.. 



h. 



1622 



Close Gertrudje, wks liederej*, Strauss &: 
Co, ifes 730 6th ave. 



brickmkr, 



rep n end<; 



Close James 
6th aVe. 

Close .Jacob O, painter, rms £08 Charles.; 

Close Lethalj (wid Albert), i res n of d 

R I # P Ry,i w of 28th. | 
Close Napoleon B, brick molder, res 

nei ! sec29. f ' 

Clossonj see also Claussen. 

Closson Charles E,' miller, bds 1023 13th. 

Closson Ernest E, student!, bds 10$ 

13th. '' •".'■■ I '••".; 

Closson JohiL res over 223 Walnut. , 
Closson Warrbn, res 1023 l3tb. r 

Closson Wm H, elk Wabash R R, res 

1216 Day, ! . 

Clough John, elk Frederick Field & Co, 

bds 827 5th. J 

Clough Wm! A, mngr sundry dept 

Hurlbut, Ward & Co, res 922 7th. 
Clouse Judspn C, trav agt Estey & 

Camp, rms 604 Walnut, j 
Clow Charles O, barber, res over 622 

Walker 
CLOW HENRY A, Pres Des Moines 

Scale and Wire Works, ms 705 Lyon. 

(See classified Scale Mnfrs.) 
Clow John Ci barber 334 e ; 5th, res 622 

^Tfl.lker 
CLOW LEWIS, Sec and Treas Des 

Moines Scale and Wire t^prks, res 

705 Lyon. [See classified Scale Mhfrs.) 
Cluen Frances M, elk Morrell & Law- 

renson, rmB 1000 'Lyon. ! I , 

Cluen John, eng C, R I& PjRy, res lOOq 

Lyon. /' 

CLUMP DANIEL M, (Des Moines and 

Northwestern Real Estate and Loan 

Co), rms 1140|Uth. [Seepage 127.) 
dure* Joseph, drugs, res 1060 26th. 
Clure Wilford O, student Drake Uni- 
versity, bds 1060 26th. J 
COAL PALACE, F E Redhead Propr, 

317 6th aye. 
Coad James; A, student Highland Park 

College, i I , 

Coalport Theodora (wid I Wm), res' 

Railroad ave 2d e!of e sooth. 
Coalson, see also Cbhon and Kolson. 
Coalson Wm (cord), barber, 160 Hth 

ave, res 2018 Center. < 
Coats Orjn M, motorman, , res = U« 

Grand ave. I , ■ J 

Cobacker Charles, i elk Harris-Emery 

Co, b(is 218 e 7th. J . 

Cobacker Missj Emma, elk Earns- 

Emery Co, resi 218 e 7th. ' , 
Cobacker Louisj fish dealer, res 218 e 
■ 7th. 



LITHOGRAPHERS, PRINTERS, ^« 
AND BLANK BOOK MAKERS. 
J20 AND 122 FOURTH STREET. 

li "-I I I . 



BINDER 




1-1" 



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Ctglberl Arthur, ijab, res 619 0th. \ 
Cbber Mrs Idaj, res ?i5 . 4^. , ! 
Cbburn Clarion C./dlriycjii. Araerjcan Ex 
Co, bms 1st. 4b core Grand ave. ' 



(fo^buijii* JM inni|s jM (wio! L'ycurgju|s 



COB 




n Wholesale 

\\\). [212,^ 4,216 80000(1 St, 



DE8 MOI 



'obacter Samiel^lk HaTris-Etoiry (Do, 
res#8(i7rji -'■■■ ,: , . \ ' . j 

!oW)Ulvia E; travtagt, re^ 1702 7th. j 

fcobbEthid, wuter The Iliad. , ' 

cbb;Ge6-ge I\ stlicleijlii ft)WA BUSI- 

SES§ <J )LLE^E,lrM^ 608 Chfesuntit: 

dbb p R Student Highland Ijjark bpl- 

j j-ego-.i . : •' i !i.: j • : f ' ■ Y 

(pcbb$teia, w; titer The 1 iljad. 1 r 

Cobb iChotiasJL, student: IOWA'] JU^I- 



Wti>i$ COLLEGE. 

r vJhor Arf. mf ' nh 





ABC Ut YCfUR EYES. 



^oihalye. |j '• ' . i? 
(tobur^Samua ; lab< res SSith co r 

tnaii Si^ve (Lyt n's Park),! Ml 
(Jobur'^hni^, domestic il68 8th 1 . 
(i6chrm t ,Me ako Cor tor an. 



R I 



,Cochraii Geor^h W, eng 
|resf|b ejOthi ji 

('ochrajji Horiee, mpvftd 
j Junbiiot 

Cochrpiii Jjhnijf, res 908I6 

Cochraji $ ettie cook Sabin Hdus J 
(fojchraii I|pse !f , stenog Alvery J 3 '- 



<S; 



Co, heal 104 e Court avii.i 
Cochran,! Wei, elk John'Bird 
!tfes54;7.6;hafje. . ' • j: r i . -. 
Cochrkh Vm, [student E ighlaiid 
1 College, bds (112 Euclid ave. 
Cobkerham Albert, teaikster, bds 
[FCoekeiham, . ■ ' 7 

(jocketliibij Jekse F, teamster, tei 6^ 



King- 



Si PRy 



to Yalley 



Grand 



ive. 



antet 
Sonj 



Park 

Jesse 



ive bpt|] ran4 and Cording av 
Cockerhant Lbca, student Highland 
\\ Fark Cf legej' . ■ ' ! , f: \ 
Gpddiii^tb i Cephas D, ihilliner> 002. el 
H Grandive, Ws 802 e lgthi I 
«er, H^ ry \Ci student IOWA fflUSI- 
.NESSiGOLLEQE.- ' ' I • 
|oiy John,, carp, res 1464 Walker 
m Miss Bertha, studetit Drake 1 Uni- 
versity; ifmsj lh21 26th. 1 '>' , 
ojBrbs^d^rd E ahdHarry), irW- 
cU iarfeth jive. ' JJT /frV-w* 




WALNUT Sp$EETj 

R 



oap and Trust BM£., neijr P. <k 



rr— ~ — p- — :—t- — r — H- 

Coe Seward E (Coe £lros),bds |7th nw 
IHor Center ... 

GoeGBDrge, res420 8ti, 

Qm Firry (Coe Bros), bds 7th hw cor 
Center. 




{in, lab D 
C, R I & 



M Brick Mnfg Co, res 
£ Ry sv of 28th. 
lahrari A (wid Joseph), bdf 706 e 
•ut. . ■ | ,. '. 

AlviUi mach Kenyon bicycle 
Cof bds3ld8th P V 

im Thfeodore, |coll jctor Randall & 
Di0kry, res 825 17th. , I. 

o^y WtiiU; carp lo^a Tent 4 Awn 
ibg Op, 1 ije*8 2315 ^ortri. 

oft 10 !' 

&f M (pa; Wes 811 Des Moines. 



Alblfeh^K, teams «i; Bloomfleld C 

I 1/V Tli»a ftt 1. Iloo ' Ininaa ! ' ■ 



CoffihiAlpllen, travagtl res 1731 
Co^n ]I ien; amin E, elk District 

bffjclB rep28r Maple. T 
yoffib (tatterine (wid Earrison), 

7th. ! T ■' 



W$ttlCoJbdsl73i Hith. ! if 
^tgjiiflreo^ge F, (ilk fheodoile Roggi 



W. Fifth! 



Street, 



HiKh,' 
Cour^ 



Qpffiir Elm jr 1 J, pon;er \ Varfleld-Howell- 
jlW$ttCo,bdsl7^ »«w,. f- rr 
Ififfih C^eoige F, 
|b5sl'31|)Sigh. 
iGpffiniohji A, stude4t IOWA 1BUSI 
PjSS COLLEGE, vmi 413 5tti 
MM'atttan E (Dudly & Coffi i), re^ 
ji^34 Linden. l| 

^EPD WALTER E, Treas Iowi.Xoan 
ahd 1 rurit Coand Trdas Duplex Type 
j writer C«k-re8 9(te 7th j I 

iCkflland (fhjarles W, motorman 1) M S 
j \ R ,C o J f es 427 Des|i Loines. 
[Joffniao, see also (Jatiff\nan and Kauff 

IM»- •■'■.. ; '!' : i : 




Sbflfmdi i Albert, trav agl; Warfleld How : 
va E 



telliWit 

Lit 



EGfjIAJHlC S J T(MLS. 




!o, Court ave sw coii 4th. 
!,' elk If B Lodisbery. 



, lids 042 ^. . , , 

Mmdi Conrad, lab, :-es 1^37 Gapito 

toffm4n Fred H, baggajeman C, R I'& 
PRi bdf 942 3d. ..- f j 

Co;ffinat George, studint Drake Uni- 
versity, bds 1336 27th j 

Goffttiai Harry L; pr^sman Watters- 
^albo ;t printing Co, |t>ds 9^2 3d! 




(o 
es|902 t fi 



! i 



E.J. HOHB 

608 tSASd L06UE 



608..J3ASQ' L06U^ SIH^EB^ 







RGEll, 



Golden Rule CloiDing House 



Fine Clothiers, Hatters and Fu rnisners 

O. M. JOHNSON &SCN< 
J ! 0jl7 Walnut St. 



228 



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607-609 ZED. XiOC"p"ST. 



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k DM U| freight 
* res 600 High. 



Coft'man Lovell F, c 
house. I 

Coggeshall (Jeorge W 

Coggeshall Mary J (|wid John M), res 

GOO 7th. 
Cogle Isaac, watchikian I) 

Mnfg Co, res 36th n 
'Coggswell Sheldon C 
• ave, bds same. 
; 1'ohen, see also Kohn. 
••v.'ohen Abraham, bds 
Co en Abraham I, 

T ]s906 same. 
Crimen Arn L, grocer, 

fas same. 
Cohen Benjamin, loan broker, 321 e 

5th, res 906 e 6th. 
Cohen Bros (Louis 

junk dealers, 217 e 
nj 'Cohen Edward, agt. res 811 e 5th. 
I Cohen Harry, res over 201 e Walnut 
Cohen Harry, police, res 018 e 2d 
Cohen Harry, messenger Younker Bros, 

bds 811 e 5th I 

Cohen Harry, elk, bqs 718 e Court ave. 
Cohen Harry, student, bds 122 e Locus!}. 
Cohen Henry, salesnian, bds 1031 e 6th. 
Cohen Hyman, pedler, res 217 Des 



M Brick 
r C, R I & P Ry. 
drugs, 1(502 0th 



811 e 5th. | 

grocer, 517 e Oth, 

i 

118 e Court ave. 



H and Samuel), 
Walnut. 



Moines. 
Cohen Isaac res 811 d 5th 
Cohen* Isaac, lab, res 



Cohen Isaac A, general store, 204 e* 
Raccoon, res same 



113. Grand ave. 



303 e Wal 



nut, res 
res 122 



Cohen Jacob, grocer 

same. 
Cohen John., second }iaud store 

e Locust 
Cohen Joseph, pedldr, res 809 !e Court 

ave. I 

Cohen Julius R, cigjir mufr, 315 e 5th, 

res 721 e Walnut. 
Cohen Kate (wid Isaic), res 613 e 2d. 
Cohen 1 Louis II (Cc hen Bros), res 718 

e Court ave. 
Cohen Lewis, ped er, .res 219 Des 

Moines. 
Cohen Miss Mary, tailoress Jacob Pos- 

ner, res 1535 e Walnut. 
Cohen .Meyer, butcher, res 1031 e 0th. 



Cohen Moses E, res 1545 e Walnut, j 
Cohen Moses, bktir J R Cohen, bds 721 

e Walnut. ! . J j 

^ohen Meyer J, junkdealer, 4j4 e Wal- 
nut, res 1530 same. ! ■■ t 
Cohen Nathan B, butcher C H Gates, 

res 215 e Couijt ave. j 1 

Cohen Orwint (iOranskyi& Cphen), bds 

118 Grand ave. j ! 

Cohen Robert, junk 105 e 7th, res 1J530 

e Walnut, j. 

Cohen Miss Rose, tailoress jjicob I?os- 

ner, res 1535 e Walnut. ■ [' ■ . \ 
Cohen Samuel (Cohen Bros), res 718 e 

Court avenue. i ' 

Cohen Samuel (Cohen & Ginsberg), bds 

122 e Locust. 
Cohen Miss Sarah, bds 809 e Court f.ve. 
Cohen & Ginsberg' (Samuel Col en, 

Raphael Ginsberg), furniture, i»af- , 

pets, stoves and tinware, 4^5 e Wal- 

nut. 
Cokenower James jW, physician, 523 
i Walnut, res 1002 Forest aVel ~ « 
IColbert Arthur, lab D M Malt Hoise, 

res 501 e 9th. | 'J 

Colbert Emily, student Highland Park 
I College - ! ' 

Colbert Wright, driver Chase Bros, res 

1520 Grand ave. | ' 

Colburn G ^ gen agt Bankers ."] 

Assn, bds 706 4th. ' •' . 

Colburn John H, carp, rms 956 13th. 
Colburn Laura, student Highland Park 

College. 1 1 

Colburn Miss Lizzie.' elk Lang B:os, 

bds 1159 23d. 
Coljburn Minnie M (wid Kergy), - f lrn 

rms, 547 6th ave. ' j 

COLBY JAMlES A, Sec Des Moines 

Electric Co, 105 Chestnut) (Se^ out- 
side front cover^and right top lines.) 
Colby Thomas A* movea to New Joil 

City. 
Colby Wm, student Highland Park Col- 
lege, rms 3500 3d. I ' , i 
Colby Wm B, driver Van (finkel (foal 

Mining Co, rms Vorse blk. -'I 
Colcord ivory G, teamster, res 846 21st. * 
Colden Thomas, elk, res n s Ingersoll 
. ave near 35th. 
doldewe Alexander, fresco painter, res 

225 e 1st. ; : / 
Cole Bertainl lab, b^s 219 e 1st. 
Cole Block, Court ave se cor 5t 
Cole Chester C f laWyer 422-424 Court 

ave. res H28 9th. i 
Cole Cyrenus, asst editor T 

Register, rms 929 5th. I 
Cole Charles T Jr, elk Banker's Iowa 

State Bank, The ^quitable bldg. ' 



,ife' 



Des Moines Goal Mining (Jo:, 



miners and Shippers of the 

Celebrated f SaWdr, ♦ » 

Office, Rooms 50-51 OfficdTBlk. 'Phone** 




(jole Frac k A,|j student f Highland 
I tCollege j- ' ' 1 ' '' 
■(L'ble George, lib, bds 219 e ls^ 
(iJole George W, driver Black 
I Coal iCo ( res|036 4th. ! 
Jole Jkroes (J, Brewer^ agt, j3( 
5th, res Isamq 



ole Miss Lilly 
ole Marcus S, 



201 e Lb 



Mi 



co; 



DES'iKtOI^EBli'dltlj 



Part 



Swain 
ti e so 



Ms 219 e jlst 
farmer, T0s 219ie ist. i j 
(Joje Nicholas T, la' 3, <res ^045 le (Grami; 

• ave ' ■■! \ i- ! ' ! \ -i 

(jojo Rosi pluriiber,fms Johnson House. 
Cole 1 Ilu'sle'll, iriyer Paul Mattes, res 



sust. 



I 



•> 



P8t II) WR (SIFT GORL, 

First: and Court Avenue. ' 



DIRECTORY. 



£ 



(Jole Samikel L , brakemaa C, E t 

Uy,resnT3,]yiley<D).V| . ?»" 

(Jole Spet) 3er »• (Wishard! & (Me), res 

1220 0th ave. . : ! ! 

( ole Wjm, lab, 3ds 219 e 1st. 'j. I I 

Cole Win A, student Highland If ark Col- 

>geV T j -!■;.; j'f, I 

COLE >y CHESTER, Assistant Sec -etary 

Ha\ykeyM,ImuranceCp, resalSG 9thl 

(Seefro7 \i pa je ii. ) . ; | '! ' 

doleLjerd \ /"alt€ r, student: Park jCc lligeJ 

Oolemau Hiss Eojna, student -5rak« 

[Uuiversi jy, rins 1510 Center. 1 j 

3 pieman Edward D, Hiotel Register! 
Pub, rms 410JMarquardit'blk. j ■ • ■ ' ,.- 
oleroan Mrs .Gertrude, ;bds 15U Geh- 

!ter. • i ■ j ; . ;; -.. j-, '• 

Coleman Junel niolder D M Mrii i and 
'SppplyCo; bdsSlOe 7tb: j i ' ' 

Coleman J >hn,jjnioider, btls 319 e Vth. . 

Coleman ft iss Mina, teaeher r bcs ^325 e 
|l2th. - ! L . ; :i- I -■ ■ 

COLEMAN RIMARD Ml J, S^crdtary 
Builders Exchjange, res 1 1126 Wqker. 

Coletnata lis^fRose, w|<s Mqk\\ & 

liiishirmp Up 10th. .■>'■ "Jll- 0' 

....,,. mils, labllres till High, i; 

Cplemafi v errM, student HMland 
Park&ol ege¥ ' ' f: " ' 



Cblilesl] 
felCo, 

CblHesh 
l&th 

C )llard 



Jo 

,(l3loomtie 



Frink A, plasterer E 
res'777 Utl 
lie )ecc 



d twp). 



■1318 1 



tyljey jlaiujes 
Mo. 




in, 



Mis 3 Li 
Ro: al 

\Vp,, pi 
? jirk , 
UlAI Ja'c 



hanles, 
ine 



•Collard 
C'ollard 

lard. 
Collard 
College 

,pres, 

plan 1 .... 
CRlft A|unife, d(j>bestic The Iliad 



i~e 1 G, bds j<j>hn Collar, 
xarmer, ibds JoHn] Co 

nq ( agt, i*es l ?02J3cL. 

,and Co, : L Ml Manp 
ison sec. 300 Younger-' 

bds 



p.CKEN'rtty 




f*HlNTl'N c 

; COG - i)0iV j 

\ JEbPIOINLS / 



OOL 



'tfbllev W 
Collier, :«6€ 



• & f iCcllier'Doisie^ma 



3blHdc 
oilier 
'olliuc 



MiiDee Rev'Jamf s Ej res 1527 'Jjth. 



3plli 

' ji'Li'fe 
. ['res : 
CO lin* 

F|ian^ 
lCo|Hrn 



( ! 



*i)tlin 



Mubgrr 



-kx— , — ri « ,— r - ^-* -., ^-..y.^.. Agent 

H (wid AUen) # ; ::eh 777 ); 0!up'6iit Powder Co,, and Hazard Po\y- 
I; I4p Co, ?C2 Youngermac Jiljc, re8 

armer, res * **' ' "" ' 



wks'E T^Henslee, 
Av, moved !tb Mi 



'• 



foliim 

ji'Mftrpe, 

nd 
llinf 



lolffio., 



MUUBpRRY. 



m HJ 



Ifamplilets,! ., 
, Law Bjfiels, 

•Society! Printing, 

Catalogues. ! 



Wi 



also 



i, lab, 



n^oyed to Moberly, Mo. 
lagt, bds HO.i 28th. 



r<js lilOth. 



Wui H, eb$;, bds 508 3d. 



Petler, la a, 



CHarles B, 
Nki Bank. 
Chplrles |, 
Assikranbe 
V3rl[igh. 
Clifford N, 



bkpr Iowa National 

,bd^715^tL i 

Corjnelius, j tra,v agt,: bjls 818 



C 
Mrs 



t 



res 209 e Grand ave. 



collection elk Citi- 
, j|ms828 7th. 

bkpr The ;Eq^iitable 
Society of t|i^ U S, 



bds Aborn House. 



matron 



tjoiljnj 

■pfy Pip||no, ^e's- 7th land Gjrand avle. 



Elizabeth A, 



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#llin; r Elizabeth H (wid 

Mis3 Ettal M, bkpr Younker 
bds706€en;ter. . i * ' 
E SJ | lab, r!es over 1119 Wood- 
ave. 
__ Fraicis, contractor, res w s 
entek-3d 3Qf 2Btfi. j : I 

Jmiim 3eorj2je.jW, popcorn, ires i32ie 
/ii J 'Gouitave. ! ■■.} i I.; 
^llinf [larla A, carp, res 1$23 e 

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:i 4$00 Tlth 

flol ins Henry |F, lab C C Brick A Pipe 

& (pj>,jesl308(piark--(SDM)i j I 

Co) lins .lames (age 50), died May 1 18th, 

™03 ( ■[./. [- ' ! 

jVpUins James, lab, res 125 H. 

foUins 'James, lab, re 3 450 c ko 2d. 

Collins JameaT, dieti ! March 8th. 1893. 

(gfjllihs Jesse, I lab L | J Wells, btls 810 
jJljulLdrry. -| . J ■ • ■ 

" ns John B, agt illed Line Transiti 
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Collins John J, polica, res 800 Monroe 
(S D M). 

Collins Jonathan, bds ;eor 7th and Grand 
ave. ] I 

Collins Joseph A, trav agt, bds The 
Kirkwood. 

Collins Lewis, lab, res 1119 Woodland 



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Collins Mary A (wid Thomas J), bds 
1535 High. I j 

Collins Miles, fireman, jres 418 e[so 2d. 

Collins Mrs M L, dressmkr Harris- 
Emery Co, res 1756 d Grand ave. 

C'ollins Mason B, res 7lo 5th. 

Collins Nathan C, motormau, res 175C 
Grand ave. j 

Collins Nelia, student Highland Park 
College. 

Collins Patrick J, plasterer, res 1159 2d. 

Collins Percy, collector Valley Nat 
Bank, bds 715 5th. 

Collins Richard H, teller D M Nat 
Bank, bds 844 5th. j 

Collins Thomas J, elk ' J E O'Moara, 
bds 456 e so 2d. 

Collins Thomas, teamster, res s s Bu- 
chanan 1st e of 16th. 

Collins Timothy, yard foreman D M 
Malt House, res Maury nw cor 20th 

Collins Wm, lab J B McGorrisk, 212 
'4th. r 

Collins Wm B, elk Chase Bros, bds 7th 
sw cor Grand ave. 

Collins Wm G, lab, Ms 1159 ad.! 

Collins W Seotield, bds 715 5th. ! 

COLLIS JOHN, Contractor for Steam 
and Hot Water Heating, Ventilating 
and Plumbing, 515 Mulberry, [rms 418 
Walnut. 

Collman A F, President Iowa State 
Horticultural Society, State House, 
res Corning, la. 

Collner Detlef, lab, res 1109 e S£ott. 

Collner Johu J, printer la 
Anzeiger, bds 1109 e Scott. 

Collum Miss Elizabeth, elk Lang Bros, 
bds 1159 23d. 

Collum Hugh, wks Woodland Ceme- 

' tery, res 1159 23d. 



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Collum Margaret, bds 1159 23d. 

Collum Robert) H, pressman, bds JU59 
23d. 

'Colman WmP, student) IO>VA BUSI- 
NESS COIXEGE. 

Colson, see also Kolson. 

Colson Abraham G;, genl agt H&yes 
Pump and Planter Co, 201 Courtjave, 
res850|17th. . 1 

Colter Ella, milliner, bds 1317 Buch- 
apan, , ■ ' | 

Coiton Wm, student D M College, rms 
Gfeorgd Heaps. , * 

Columbia Mnfg Co, It S Kirkpatrick 
pres, C \y Coddington ,treas, A (r 
Hammer se|c, A P Chamberlain mngr, 
novelty mnjfrs, 500 e Grand ave". 

Columbian Restaurant, 514 Locust. 

COLUMtiUS BUGGY CO, E S Firestotie 
Manager, 415-417 Otih ave. ; | 

Colvin Charles M, physician, over 3^6 
5th, rmsj sit'me. 1 | - 

Colvin Henry G, foreman D M Mnfg& 
Supply Ob, ;res 1338 e Vine. . . , 

Colvin Wm % student DM College! bds 
13th cor Washington. ] I 

Cohvell, see also Caldwell. ! 

Cohvell Alexander, teamster, res 1422 
Walnut. I - 

Cohvell E S,;cook Savery House, rms, 
cor 6th and Grand ave. J 1 

Colyer, see also Collier. | 

Colyer lchabod. fireman. I X L Laun- 
dry, res 1606 Walker. 

Colyer Wm M, wks C G WMy, rei 100 

1 10th. I . . .!..■ 

Combs Harry V, mach D Mj U Ry, bds 
1317 Buchanan. j 1 

Combs Irving W, res 1317 Buqhanan. 

Conibs: Mrs Mary A, res 1317 JBuchaian. 

Combs Philo D, eng, res 1301 e. Court 

• ave. * ' . ' 

Comelli Giwtave, waiter Aborn House. 

Comelli Joseph (Joseph Comelli & Co), 
res 609 2d. ; . 

Comelli Joseph & Co (Joseph Cotnolli), 
bruits, 4th nw cor Court ave. 

Comelli Leo, fruits, 132 4th. lies 217 5th. 

Comfort Edwin M, potter D M Pottery, 

res 1152 8th, ■ ■ j 

Comfort Oliver F, photo printer Barker 

&Mer-ick, bds 1152 $th. ' 

Cominsky Nathan, general store, res 

902e6;h. I 
Cominskjy Miss Rose, bds 902 e 6th. 
Comley Ardella (col'd), bds 845 e 4th. , 
Comlby Augustus (cold), wks lq Pipe & 

Tile Co, res 845 § 4th. 
Comley Edward, fireman, rms tfohnson 

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SPOWTltoa ilXI> TIN WORK, PETEKS' CISTERN 
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^SiffEBCIAL EXCHANGE, 6 L,^ 

iBrSwnc, Sbb, 502*504 ; Locust. V ! 

QMERCMt LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Cabital $50M0; J W Genesei^ Pres; 
■i A ]I MilesJVice-Presi A I Lee. €ash- 
! iier; S C Kurtz, Treas; Charles A 
| Bishop, Director; 307 5th (seepage 
! m. ■'' . IJ ' , ,| *"-. '•■■'■ 
iCOMMERCI^t PRINTING CO, Sout^ 
j worth <fc Simpson, Propifs, Wv Court 

av4 (sec leftlside lines). . ( 
COMMISSIONER OF LABOR STATIS- 
TICS, 'J R Sovereign, State House. 
COMMISSION TO IfcEVISE THE REV 
ENUE LJWS OF IOWA, Win E Flem 
' mg, Sec, S^ate HoUse., . i 

Compagn i Giuseppe*, lab C, R I & P Rji 
! rmkll8 4tl). .. ■ i ' ' '■■ 1 ■.:. .; 
jComparet Miss Anna K,,res 407 Center:. 
Comparet Hairy, I?kpr L J Comparet. 
;; res|407 Oerjtjar. U ; ; .. '. 
Comparet Misp Helen R, ; res 407 Center^ 
&MPAR 3T tOUIS J,Hardware,5toves, 
! Tir war 3. Galvanized Iron Cornices. 
; Tif, Jrcn fid Slate Roofer, 3^4 Wal 
■ : , n uj , res 407 Center ; (see left side\ lines) . 
Compton Andrew i$ bds 706 4th, 
..Compton Isrijl, grain, dealer, res 1122 

9th. , I . .' j : I 
Compton Mrs Mary J,: dressmtr, 323 
Th<JEqiutaWe bld&, res 1122 9tk | 
Compton Sari iel, real estate,] 118 Iowa 
i; Lorn aid flrust bldg, ^res i7th and 
j Foiests.ve. 

ipbna it Hsnry[ carpj res 512 8th. 
Conait Luwis H; carp F W Boyle, bds 
j ^12 8th. }.l ■ i.' 1 ;-'- ■- 
Conay Thomas, potter )Eagle PDtterV, 
!| v Jrias 524 3d J . : •[ , 

Coija vay, see also Conway. 
IConavay JacobvW,! lablres 17^9 Des 
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I Hdrry fc, bkpr W D Condifc & Co, 
12$ Cct;age. 

t Joiiah, res 1223 Cottage. 
tMiss fJoJa M, student, bds 1010 

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t Miss Myrtle €, stehog W J Con- 
&&■', bds 1223 Cottage. r 



(WD!Coridit'& Co), res 



, Co(Wm D : Condit); sub 
scri )tio i b( »oks 507 ; la Iicjan & 
Trust bdg. • ! • 

Cppdon Albe^ 1 S, printer la Sefed Co, 
rms7217thj. i •' ■ . i . ' ; 

iCottdran .Wilter, packer Ro^dewig; 
fchmi(di., fiadtpry ojE Ithe American 
BiscuitfeMtlg Co, rms 522 Monroe. 

Hqq^on piar: (wid John), re^ 1122 





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Cdney Geortge, wks ll Mi Boat Co, bds 

jCbngddn b|B &• Go, commission, J S 
IplajsM jirngr. 606 Youngernian bjk. 
;<Jong , e|' E()twiu| H, res 1063 21st 




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j ju $ Pension Office, res 732 19t|h 
(yoWe p Jan; es, solicitor llyman, Lantz 
ji ^nd Howe 11, res 1305 Capitol ave. 
3qnget Mls^ Lizzie M, elk U S tension 
|f)fiide,red602e5th. 1 j 

FpngJBj Reville S, tinner L E \ Bolton, 
resjl 11 Walker. | \; 

tingTjgatibn of Children of Israel, 617 
e6tii. ! ; ' ' r , 

mm Albert Z, lab, bds 1335 e 13th. ' 
5pnkljn Anna (wid John A), Ires 1660 
papitplave. , j 

!pnkl n C Bert, brakeman D fd, N & 
W My, res 319 e Walnut. i 
Cynkjin , Loten R, student Highland 
l^ar^ College. 1 I 

"nkhn Hiram B, photog, > res 420 e 

WalW J / j 

^dnklin Miss Lulu, elk S M (jonklin, 
tlpM 420 6 Walnut. j j 

Oonkljn Rbuben E,,lab, res 1538 Maple, 
fldnklin Rby L, student Highland Park 
ypoLlige. -• • ,.,!,- ; T , 
nkHn Siiah M, millinery, ' 42() e Wal- 
ut, res same. | 

[hbmas W, student Highland 
If aij| Coflfege, rms W S Tweed. 
Conklin Victbral (wid James; S), res 

veyaiole Walnut. . | i : 

Qcjnklib Wilbert (Browp & Cpnklin), 
:esij835el3th. ' '' ' { \ 

tfkljn ,W:n W, farmer, res 1385 e 
3tn\T [ ;■.■':■ ; ., ' v 

rikjin Mrs WR, elk i$ M Cinkliog, 
>dsj<20fWaliiu;t. 

nley; see also Conelly and Co wily. 
rthij Elial. lab, res 402 e so 7th- 
nhy Edgune, pantryman Tlje Kirk- 
,^o)d.' •[■;, ■ " i i ! • : ! 

OjqnWy Johta, carrier P O, rms e 611 
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Financially responsible. ; 

Thir: v-tlve years experience. 

U» •i*>jri , nces: Many hundred buildings thronejh- 

<>iF !he middle and western states! 
We are not perfect but we pay for our mistakes. 

PARTIES DESIftlNO TO BUILD WILL 
DO WELL TO CALL AND BEE US. 

\jJ. R. PARSONS dfc SON, 

805 Equitable Building. | 

Conley John E, mach 1) M U Ry, 
res 214 12th. ; 

Coun David, teamster, res Railroad 
.ave, bet 7th and 8th. , i 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSUR- 
ANCE CO OF HARTFORD. C0NN,lF 

B Alldredge Genl Agt, E S Miller, 
Dist Supt of Agencies, 20-22 Ofliee 
bldg. (.Sec left top cor cards wkd 
page 127.) ' ; 

Counell John L, packer Louis Harbacfi, 

res 008 Chjestnut. ' 

Connell Miriuie, domestic 1029 21st. 
Connell Sarah M, domestic 414 15th. 
Connell W P, died May 2, 1893. ; \ 
C -on nelly, see also Conley and Connolly. 
Connelly Daniel, lab James Maine, res 
918 Railroad ave. ; f 

Coil nelly Edward, lab, res 1517 Mul- 
berry. I 
Connelly Henr3\ teamster Ewjng & 
' Jewett, res 407 e so 8th. j 
ponnelly James, lab, res 1183 5th. j 
iJouuellv James, mason James Maine, 
r res 1184 Wiley. ; 
Connelly, Jeremiah, moved to Kuox|- 
ville, la. •. j 
Connelly Miss Sarah A, seamstress, bds 

1517 Mulberry. 
I Conner, see also Comior. 
| Conner A.ldisou YV, eng C G W Ly, res 
, 503 8th. 
I Conner Henry A. lab, rms e s Main cor 

Churchj (Sevastopol). ] 

Conner Iflenry, lab Van Ginke^ C & 

M Co, bdsW A Conner (Sevastopol^ 

Conner Jphn 11, student Drake Uiiiver-' 

sky, nils 1157 27th. [■ I 

Conner Miss Una, student Highland' 

Park College; I " 

Conner \) T m, student Highland j Park 

College. ! 

Conner Wm A, res e s Main cor Church 

(Sevastopol). | 

Conners Michael, blksmith Pitt Carriage 

Co, res 014 Locust. , 

Connors Ifhonias, carp, res 1323 Otli ave. 
Connick Margaret (wid John), res 509 e 
so 4th. I I 



Littleton, 

sk, 



jConnon, see Cannon, 

jConnolly, see also Conley ana] Connelly. 

Connolly Daniel 13, cIk Ed 
! res 1167 11th. 

Connolly Edward B, lab J B McGorr: 
bds 103 e 4th. , • j " | j 

Connolly John, stereotyper la Printing! 
Co, res 1188 10th. . < 

Connolly Joseph S, res 742 e Locust. 

Connolly McClelland, elk Ed Littleton, 
i rms 319 5th. 

Connolly Thomas, cook Owqu Cor- 
I coran, rms 202 3d. j 

Connolly Wni A (Nugent &'Connolly), 

res5G6 7th. ' ,' 

ponnor, see also Conner. 
^ounor Eugene, elk P j), bds 212 1st. 
Connor Wm (Gatdh, Connor & Weaver), 
I ; res 1110 9th. . I : '' \ 

Connors Thomas, lab Joe Kchoe, bds 
| Shamrock House. j i 

Conover C F, student Highland Park 
i College. . j 

Conover Josliua N, barber Isaac Beau- 
( champ, rms 2 Vorse blk. | 
ponrad Chauncey, moved to Traer, la. 
Conrad Edwin, contractor, rjjs 1232 23d. 
Conrad F E, student, IOWA BUSINESS 
! COLLEGE, bds Park ave 
1 Drive. 
Conrad John, painter John 

bds 615 Grand ave. i 

Conrad John F, lawyer, 329| e 5th, 
, 812Filmore. 

Conrad Thomas F,. lab D M Brick 
Mnfg Co, res Park ave cor Cen 
Drive. 

CONRAD HON WM F, Judge 9th Judi- 
cial District of Iowa, res 1Q04 e 12th 
Conradi August, foreman Louis Hir 

bach, res 1070 3d. . 
CONRADI GEORGE <p (Kessler & Co). 
res 604 2d. (See page classified B(\nk 
■I Fixtures.) 

Conradi Miss Christine, bds 604 2d; 
Conroy James, res 663 20th. ' 
Conroy Miss Margaret, student H$h 

land Park College, bds 663 20th 
Conroy Miss Mary, student Highland 

Park College. 
Conroy Michael, lab, bds 109 6th ave. 
Conroy Miss Rose, trimmer Miss Ktjte 
\ Daly, bds 663 20th. 
Cousigny E A, pres Mill Owners Mju- 

tual Fire Ins Co, res Avoca, la. 
Constable Robert, buyer Younker Bnjs 
| res 509 e Locust. i 

CONTINENTAL BLOCK, 6th ave 
I cor Walnut. I 



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fflcB an i Works, 105 ([Jhestijut Street, West Siae. , 
DISCOUNTS GIT S» TO LARGE CONSUMERS. j (See front cover.) 



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CONlj; NE *TAL CLOTHING pKOUSE, 

Fmlanij Lcomis jQ6 ?rbprs; Walnut 
s>v it ojrl ( t(i are. (See pflipe 10l\) 
<(iXT]NEfTlL LOAN & TRUST CO, 

J' 11 MbCaighab Prudent, J H 
Wolds ; secretary and Treasurer, 210 

ntiii ■'Is 'I ;;J .):.'..-. 

fdnvdrse ! Gebfge E, dry good?, 516 
. j Wajnuti ie$907 6thaye.(] ? 
& nvjn RiisbqllR, book binder, res 20th 

ieittScptfc. ! I 

Cbuvvjy, .see cl\o Conauffity 
(ioAvri y Carl, hqstler, bds 317 e 7th. 
<fon\Viy Charles, miner! res coi J 20th 

ran^Walnuf.l '■ ' ' : j | ' >, ': - [ 
(Jonwt.y Pitrici T, driver Standard' pil 

i Co.j^es M3 e Raccoon. ! i 

'(ponwi.y V\ iji.l lb. bds 117 w so :3d. 
<5pnwj^ 11 X Ci student Highland Park 

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IliellutiiajLifelnsiiranGeGo. 

| . |.'pF NEW VORKl ' 

THE iji! RGEST, OLDEST AND BES1! INSUR- 
Wi AM* GQMPASTY IN THE WORLD. 

I^issots, \\ Oyer $l|^6,000,OpO.OO. 

[ |Lf:-niNG BRD^. Mana|gers.| 

<?ij)k jj^m, lab Frost & Pilmer, Ires 1704 
ComiJW, lied*fovl4, 1893. 



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(jook lAddisbri IG. bkpr Frederick Field 
l^tio. be s 20^ 8th. 
(fo'okl A.twaieh real i estajte, 405 ICourt 

ave; res 1215 7th. \ " 

(jookMrs A\is, dressmkr, res 14^7 7th. 
{look] Charjes. student jIOWA WSt 

^SEifa ,olu:ge. ' 

(|pok$harjle r s A, carp, red 1722 12tjh: 




Cook Charles d stenbg F; M Hublell & 

'[Bontbds9067tli., l ': ' ; , .■• 
&)bk Chajlbs, E, cbachnian Dr W|S H 

■ Mat| he Ws ilnis 4'|3 Walnut. / ' 
Cook (Ilia rids Ft lab Frost & Pilmer; res J 

■ 1920 e Vine.; I I ! V :..'•'; ■.:.■.■ . ; 
r (Jopk fiharlbs fflfl, carp, bds ! 19il:Mill. j- 

Qook Ifelbs M, fas agfc, res 756 [e Iibcust.; 
€00K5 EDWARD N M N Cook & C j), res 

C0OK[ EN !.4 CO (E Nj Cook), Attorneys 
' at Lr ,w and Loans! 409 Walnut j ')■ 
([oateHrsEmeline, res 11:11 Locust., 
Wk Friend, farmer,' res 1041 School, ;i 
Uo'dk [reprg^ W, wks Frost & Pilmer,. 

res e Court ave nw oor^th. ] 
(00K WRS HkNNlAH, Boardjng House,. 1 

750 e Locust. : > ! 

Uok I [arvey, lab, bds 1453 CapitoJ ave. 
wok Helen f A (widj Erivin M), rms 
j lal^sw cor iNevd'Yort ave. 
fok liermkn, bds 821 5fh. 
M°ok Herman, student Drake U 
i sity,;: bds 703 7th. ' i 

iook German L.cond C, 1U &PRy,' 
res 0)9 ' / **' 



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, bklg, i)es.l223iPleisant 
ook temima 1 (wid Wils6n), bds 

°ok Jesse C,| wks Nat Starch Mnfg' 
X? f W? 14 P? Capitol aye;,' 



Tgk jj)h n , kb, res 1547 Des Moines. 




k Laun 3, res :384 9th. 

k MarousH, painter, res 18 Vorse 

*K. j. j 

Obpk V;ary(wid August), res 1325 Fro- 
j ; iiioitL ■ .. ' • 

^dbk.Nellif ,- student IOWA BUSINESS 

XJOILEGE. \ t 
Cook Miss !wora, waiter W A Brindley, 

rbisdver: 822 Walnut. i 
CooklMiss feache , bds 1223 Pleasant. I 
06bk Robert B, barber,' 309 Lobust, res 

ij216 Mulberry. 
Cbbk Roy L, bds RC Arthur, i 
Cook Sk-al. A (wid Harvey), bds 1704 .e 
Mine,. ■ :■ 
ipk S ilad, can\asser W A Edwards, 
l<rjjns-510 2d. I 
plok "^hoi^as J, brick mkr, bds 1458 

v ppk Thonlasl P, warehouseman Kiog- 
^man & Qq< rms 507 Grand avei 

Cbbk WmjF, foroman la Brick iCb, res 
125 -Franklin am ■ i 

Cobk W ellg M,.ct,rp, res 1427 7t^. 

CpckWmH, elk R B| Cook, bds 12id 
<|aulbiNTy. • .1 . ■ ' ! 

(Mk'-yrm |L, lali Jj B McGorrisk, bds 

M6 Mulberry. 

Oqlqk Wm ^, brckmaker Frost & Pil- 
: lifter. :*esll9 e Vibe. ! 

Cobksie James, bib J B McGorr sk, 212 

Gpbley 7rank |J, farmer, res w |s Park 
; i aye 3c[ so of 'Park ave school (S D M;. 
Copley Miss Netiie M, music toacher, 
] bds 1213 tfinej u T r 

Copley Sarah M (wid George), res 1213 
I: Pine. 

tjobley Win, drivur L'J Wells, rnis Mul- 
j berry pe cijr 8th ', • 

!G»pl.ey]Wm|O f - la 3 C fc Nurseryi bds F 
I r^Copley.' . ■ < <v -'if ; 

Cpofter Uicoro, sec add treislIo\{a Tron 
j ;afi|l B;-ass Worl s, res 1203 5th. j 
jCoon, se? alio Kul in. \ j 

CPoh! Mi38 ^da, bds 1330 14thJ 



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Endorsed on all Policies j 

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Insurance wanted as Agents^ 



Coon Adelbert J, carp, res 1315 13th. 
Coon Charles A, carp, res 1311 15th. 

Coon Charles L, bds 1310 Buchanan. 

| ( 'oon Darwin D, painter John MacViear, 

J res 1200 12th. ■ , 

j Coon Eugene A, carp, res 1509 Wash- 

i; ington. 

U'bon Herbert, mach, res 101 e 11th. 

I Coon Horace J, express, res 1316 Bu- 

| chanan. 

! Coon James II, res 101 e 11th. 

; Coon Jay D. tinner Keith Bros, res 1206 

! 12th. 

Coon Lloyd B, elk Harlan Bros, rnis 
1206 12th. I I 

Coon Lloyd V, student Highland Park 
College. 

Coon Miss Nettie, seamstress Lucy Nel- 
son, bds 1330 14th. j 

Coon Orvis H, real estate, res 1330 14th. 

Coon R R, student Highland Park Col- 
lege. 

Coon Steuben H, res 1206 12th. 

COON VALLEY COAL CO, John 1) 

r Stockton Pres and Treas, H G McEl- 

derry Sec, 307-308 The Equitable Bldg. 

Cooney George E H, wks D M River 
Boat Go, rms 802 2d. 

Cooney James, miner Van Ginkel Coal 
Miuing Co, res 712 Maury. 

Cooney John, tankman Liverpool & D 
M Packing Co, res 712 e so 8th. 

Cooney John Jr, lab, bds 712 cso 8th. 

COOXEY WM H (Cooney & Wasson), 
res 26th and (Mark. ( See left top lilies.) 

COONEY & WASSON (Wni H Cooney, 
Herbert C Wasson), Bookbinders, 
403 Court ave. (See left lop Unci.), 

Coons, see also Koons. 

Coons Arlan W, editor Western N^ws- 
Paper Union, res 1177 8th. 

Coonts, see also Koontz. : \ \ 

Coonts Jacob, rms 919 Schoolj 

Cooper Miss Alpha, printer. la Home- 
stead, res 1648 Capitol ave. 

C 1 ooper Alvin, lab John Walker, res 
1648 Capitol ave. 

Cooper Astley. student, bds 945 16th. 

Cooper Miss Belle, bds 806 Oak. 



Cooper Miss Bessie D, bds 1058 .7t(i. i 

Cooper Carl J, baker Homan & John- 
son, rms 327 e 5th. 

dooper Cary C, elk J D Seeberger, res 

1058 7th. ! 

Cooper Charles C, trav agtjN W Sus- 
pender Co, bds 1431 9th. ! : 

Cooper Charles H, bkpr, res 1815 9th. 
Cooper David H, brick mason, res 1301 

19th. ' . j , 

Cooper Miss Effie, laundress Hawkeye 

Laundry, bds.ip01.19th. !.j '• 
Cooper Elizabeth H (wid Hugh), -bds 

1905 Grand ave'. . | ° 

Cooper Miss Elsie M. clk'N W Sus- 
pender Co, bds 1437 9th. 
Cooper Mrs Essie, res 410 6j;h ave. 
Cooper Eustace B, elk E J Cooper, bds 

945 5th. ( j 

COOPER EUSTAC? J, Reals Estate 318 

la Loan and Trust bldg, res 945j5th. 
Cooper Fenimore I, collector F M Hub -, h 

bell & Son, res Terrace Hill Grand 

ave. 
COOPER FRANK B, Superintendent 

Schools, res 753 17th. 
Cooper George C, receiving teller 

zens Nat Bank, bds 1815 9th. 
Cooper George E, paper hgr, res 

Laurel. *! 

Cooper] George H, bkpr Shaveri 

riage Co, res 1429 26th. j 
Cooper Miss Hattie, student Highland 

Park College! bds 3700 5tbj. 
Cooper Jacob, tailor, res 123 e Grand 



U 

Citi- 
1220 



Oar- 



ave. 



U 



Cooper John, physician, 12 Maspnic 

Temple, res 1824 High. | 
Cooper John H (Cooper & Wil^on),^ 

res 928 12th. 
Cooper Joseph, insurance a'gt, bdji 217* 

Chestnut. ft, 

Cooper Miss Julia A,( teacher Wasting- 
ton school, bds 18ij) 9th. . | i. 
Cooper Julius, (tailor [Jacob PosuctI res 

1026 Woodlahd ave]. j 

Cooper Martin}, lawyer, 519 Mulberry,] 

res 1142 24th. . !, 

Cooper Martha J (widi Samuel A)j res 
I 1648 Capitol ave. - ' . ! \. 

Cooper Mrs Mary, res 704 2q. 
Cooper Mary (wid IWm), bds 1121 e 

Walnut.! | | # ■ 

Cooper Miss Mary S ( .teacher franklin 

school, bds 1815|9th. J ![■.>, 

Cooper Samuel (age 45), died Nov.' % 

1892. 1 • 

COOPER SAMUEL A, PhysichU 

Eye and Ear Diseases, 508;.Walnut, 

res 904 18th. I i I 



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i Noifth. ■' i; L -- ' | ./ ■'. .! [| » . 
idoper Wilbur L, trav jagt, reVl343 e 

Rth. ■ I'M'.' i '■! ■ I 



L'qopef Wco, lab WHMecum, bds 1301 



i, bdf 



§058th. . 

If. W Suspender 



coper 
DthJ 

(jlqopeij- WW Aj lab, re|s 

dooper Wm A, tlreas 

j Co! lies : 4&7 pth v 

Cooper Wjrt A, wks N W Suspender 

, Co, fids. 1437,9th. '\ ' I ]■ 
Cooper & VVilson (John* H Cooper and. 
- W M W: lsjonh, painters, 928 12th. 
Cope kiss Catherine, student Drake 

.'Univers: ty, rms 831 5{h. I 

GOPEijFRM) I A, DPp Auditor I Polk 

County, rms Turner blk. , 

(ope Ered fclk A F Dicks', res 0111 10th. 
((ope rldraer I),,, grainccm, 504 Ypung- 

erman b kL re,s 831 5th. .: ' I ' 
Cope Simue[l Ji(S J Cope & tip), res 611 

10th. Il-ij ■:'. • ■ !! }■ : , ' 

Cope S J & Co! i (Samuel J Cope), real 
"estaltu, 3(18 5tih. j ; j . -i 

Copela id M( di&allnstitute.WmiHCppe- 
I land, Bebjamin A Ntockdale, physi- 
cians 20 The Equitable bid*, j ; 
Copelaid i^m|H, physician Cppeland 

Medical :nstitute,lres lihicagp. •'.[ 
Qopela i M yer, lab, res p2$ e Granpl ave. 
Qoplan Welfares 126 Des Moines. V 
Cjoplar B^vfisj pepler, Ires. 215 De|s 

Moink. 
(Jopley Aribl B, lab C, R J & PiRy, res 
1310 e')th. I i , j! 
Cppo TfieoflPrd] boiler mkr D M Mnfg 
and fcupplv Co, bds Railroad ave nw 
or 8th. 1 I ; ' " ' . " 

bds Mijs Elizabeth! Bly 




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jpfe HAD! L^T|OTHEB$ FC 



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Frank EL trav agt H H 
re*S 521 l|4th. 



Sickels 



ICi 

(Jopop ph 
(jopp, see 
(ippperihar tfra 
Cppperctone Satan (w 
^ 1210 12th 

Coppers ton 8 Thomas A. trav agt NOR 
MAN LMTY MNFG €0, res I 1210 

12th. ' • i •; ' • 

?oppocl: E wood C. trackman D M St 
R R C|a. ,rhj mi Woodland ave. ' 



aces, domestic LBitowh. 
rah (wid tfhbmasj, bds 



Cprco; *a a : Martin J, . plumber 

iiPh ■■■ 



Cbppoclj t )Hfai|ra, lab, ires 1341 
land ape. 

} PPola Sa|mi}e]|, grocer, 118 w 
res same 



Wood- 

- . 
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so 6th, 

I ■ ■" i : 

■N| ins adjuster, res 714 

' ; - ' -i ■' f ! 

cond C G W Ry, rms 



es, 




orbin 

. fcbin [da|M, rdis 104 7th. 

jpitbin John m printer Commercial 
| Printing Co, bds 104 7th. 

ifldi^bin Wvk M, eig, r^s 104 7th 

CoTbitt Miss Maggie J, seamstress, bds 

Wi42'4th.[-. J l . f ' .; jj 

CorW Benjamin N, brickmkr, rfes 25tb J - Tl 

f|.%corS3ott. . • ! J? irj 

qrcoratj, Seealst Cochrani j < fn T] 

prcorah'Miss A ina R, dressmkr, bds ^" 
1104 e Cojurt ay3.'' I | 

orporaiCatheri3e(widJohn), res 623 
Mejl'st.'' r ' - f j 

3p!rpora l C(jrneliiisT, cigar mki? Frank 
^ Albreoht, res 1128 7tht j f 

0b,rcora l E J^ lat King & Kennedy 305 
ji.LpcusI;. | | ' 

Cotporan James P, rms Walter I) Stites 
I^J)'M)..; ill 

Corcoran Miss Mijrgie A, elk ^larris- 
'"' Emety CP. res (123 e 1st. 



m 



D M 



uiabing Cp, bkjs 623 e 1st. 
$prcb; -a a Mary E (wid Patrick H). res 
>j^04 6C6&rtave. l . I. • 

Cprco:fiaQ QWen, Restaurant, 202 3d,. res 



k^7 ^boBth. 
;ord CI arje| nee V, 



Borpary 
Sprdary 
* dlanpli 

j ,01 Mj.. 
jrdary 



j. i 



col Western ; House 
Cdj res 1010 Renter. . \ 
otved tp Indianpla, la. 



if. 

a-dt;, bdsl04;7th. 



i iuprdi|y. 
Q6rflary 
>kdani 

f i dary.; 

Ail ' Li ' 

Q#fJar 
Cprdar 
Mfle 



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K res 4ft) 




barber Isaac Beau- 
... r^s605^d. 
ord l/o|hn W, spring mkrj Schbitt & 
Misfg Co, res 722, Mil} berry. 
; see also Oardry.y' \ ! 
AJanl, gtppe ipason, res In- 
a are nw cor Hartford ave (S 



Miss Alic j, milliner,; bds 



Adam 



Andrew), brick ; mason, bds 
Cordary. 
M[iss Cljira, bds Adam, Corr 

Gebrge, lkb, bds 850! Filnjore 
John, teamster, res 400 Hill- 
vie(3DM 
Jcspph, inason James Maine, 
Hillside ive (3 DM). 



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RATTRAY & CO., 

ty)6 Waln ut Street 

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f-.WOLCOTT WEBSTER, 

SUPERIOR 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

,411 Walunt St., 

DES MOIN ES, IOJf I. 

Con\vy,\ see also Cordary. 

CORDRY LEE H, Vice-Pres and Man- 
ager Pes Moines Dairy Co, res 005 

7*h. (See 7)age 140.) 

Co; dry (/dlian M. res 500 7th. 

Coidry Mary E(\v'ul Alpheus E), res'700 
e Oth. i | 

Corey, see also Cory . ' , 

COKEY TRUMAN F, Superintendent 
The Iliad, res same. 

Coriean George W, lab, res 413 3d. 

Corison Catharine <j (wid Lemuel M), 
oils 1345 7th. 

CORISON FRANK M (The New Habere 
dasher), res 1345 7th. (See right [to p 
lines.) 

CORISON & LEE (Frank M Corisonf 
Frank A Lee). Managers the New 
Haberdasher, 310 Oth ave. (Sebright 
top lines.) . ■ 

Cork Ethelbert, lab, res s s Deaii ave 
3d w of 20th. J 

Cork Frederick W, foreman John 
Bailey, ifes n s Court ave 3d w o|f 
Town ave. j 

Cork Joseph, teamster, res s s Dean 
ave 3d e of 25th. | 

Corkiu Fannie, domestic 423 5tl^ 

Corkius Henry, res 123 Shepard 

Corl Joseph, wks la Pipe and 'pie Co, 
bds 339 Peltou ave. 

Cormae James, res sw .£ sec <8 
Held twp. 

Cormae Wm 1) F, elk P S Kell, bds 
same. I j | 

Cormiean Amy (wid John), bds 151 lOtji. 

Cormieau George W, mngr J J Mail- 
beck,- res 413 3d. i 

Cormieau Win, plumber, res 1024 Wiley 
(1>). . I 

Cormiek Harry, miner, res Indianoja 
ave se cor Clay (S'D M). i 

Cornelius Jennie (Dustou & Cornelius^, 
rms 537 Oth ave. j I 

Cornell Rev Addison H, res 1140 24th. | 

Cornell Aria B, student Drake Univer- 
sity, bds 1140 24th. I [ 

Cornell James, carp, res 741 \)t\{. j 



Blooui- 



2d. 

Co),. 

and 
L Laundry, 



res 



Mutual Benefit Lire Ins. (Jo., 

i 



Cornell James M, carp Charles ,Weitz 
' & Sons, res 090 20th. j 

Cornell Wm E. stenog I6w^ Homestjead, 
! res 840 21st. 

Cornell Mrs W E, bkpr Ibwa Home- 
stead, res 840 21st. 

Oornelli Joseph, elk, res 009 
Corner George W (G \y Corner & 

res 810 Lyon. l 

CORNER O W & CO (G W Corner and 

WH Whalen) r ProprslX' " 

515 e Oth. 
Corner Sarah Ei res 81G Lyon. 
Corning Alice P bds 805 3d; 
Corning Burton H, boots and shoes, 

321 YValnut, rtis 805 3d. 
Corning John W, elk B H Corning, this 

321 Walnut. , ! t 

Corr Arthur B, elk L Harbach, ' res 

rim ioth. , l 

Corridou Miss Bridget, bds 211 e so 6th. 
Corridon Honora (wid Join), res 2li 

e so Gt|i. 
Corrieri Joseph, elk Todd & Krafi;, 
; 931 2d. I ' 

Corrigan Thomas, bds 510 e 7th. 
Corrough I^liss Agnes, student Highland 

Park College. j: I 

Corrough [Rachael, st|udeni; Highland 

Park College. \ ;, ' ' 

Corry, see Corey and Cory, j '. ■ • 

Corsbie Marion, carpet weaver, res 

1840 20th. | 

Corsbie Simon W, carp, res 1840 20th. 
Corsbie Thomas C, teamster Chicago 

Lumber Co, res 1840 20th; " ! 

Corsbie Wm L, carp rms 18^0, 2ftth; 
Corwin George W„ lab, rms 1431 Grand 

ave. | i ■ u i - 

Corwinl Russell, bookbinder la Print- 
ing Cbj res 20th and Scotit, (S D iM). 
Cory, see] also Corey. 
Cory Frank, elk P O, bda 710 Mulberry. 
Cory Phil S, lawyer, 211 The Equitable 

bldg, rms 519 Chestnut. j 

Coryell Bessie, furu rms, 525 15th. 
Cosby Charles D, lab C, R I & P 
i res 1720 e Walnut. ' , j 

Cosgrove Miss Hannah M, seamstress. 
• bds 1071 7th. ; , ' j 

Cosgrove John 1 , lab, res 1071 7th, 
Cosgrove John, died May 10th, 1893, 
Cosnery Miss Emma J, bds 1 307 Ce iter. 
COSKERY JOHN S, Lawyer, 408 r 40!» 

la Loan anil Trust Bldk res 

Center. J 

Coskerv Margaret A (wid Samuel), res 

1307 Center. I 

CoSkery Robert (Naylor & Goskery) 

res 1307 Center, 

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ADDI1E83, ' L 

CHA$. B. VAN SLYKE, 

SB MOINE*- 



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STATE AGENT, 'XJ fi 




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be s! 312 15th. J , ; ' i; | 

:±annah (wid John), r0s BW 



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"ostel 

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Jostello 

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312 k 
Jostigan 

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£6stigan 

nw.lpr 
tati'gah 

la;e )aw 
"otltage 

dottage 
:ottagd 

lanaee 
Cottage 

11 211 4th 
hotter)- £c 

Leader, 
totter E 

Pari" 
Cotterj F: 

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argaret, domestic 2023 Qrahd 

Vtary, domestic 2023 Grapd 

iss Nora,, student St Joseph's 

• jl , •• .; • *» " 'J • 

terjj lap E 1) Janes & Co, res 



M 
emy 
Ie 
th. 
>ennis, ^box-mkr, bds e Court 
ebr26th. _ !j. ; 
James, t lab, bd s e Cpi) r t ave 

Patrick, miner, res let Court 
Jcor26th j 

Grove, bet 21st and fcid and 
b Grove ave afad $orth. 
lljomeV Building 
sec, 1 Goqd blkJ - t 
E ospital, Miss Ah 



\ssn, J Bel- 

■' 1 .! - 
eMal 



ward 'Pi printer The 

res 80-7 Park./, ,; , 

len (wid Michael), tjs: 8J5 



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Potter 
Cotter 
Cotter 
[ 81 5 ] *ar 
COTT jE 



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Cottoi 



Aj student IOWA BUSI 
OLLEGiEj/bds'SSSOthave. | 
jderick, stuae.ht, rnis 726' 7th. 
ace, {iprnesti c Monitdr rlquse. 
Jo seph |M, student CCCC, rms 

JOHN,' Bkpr Wa*hip ? lon Life 

no Clin 'rma QQR ftrh h-x-a 



sity. 
Cotto 
,j res jTs 
: -Boulev; 
Cottrejl . 
1 res 123^ 
Cottrejl 

real 
Cottrell 

riagu 
Cottrell 
i Uni': 
iOottril 1 

req(!03 
Couch 
! rdsClif 
Couch 



ce Co, ; rms 925 Mh ai e. ., 
Aflfred, student Drakq Uniyer- 



Slippl 1 

i Couch * 
' Ex CoL 
Cough lif 



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em 



t P Ccttrell), 
Kratzer Car- 



Jjhn.i'miner Frocior Coal Co, 
Party: ave 8th s of Conrtland- 
rd. : ,| , ! .' ■ ' -V V; 
Albert P (A P Cittrell & Co), 
24th. | 
P & Cd t . 
estkte, 208 5th. 
Jlohu M; trimmer 

, res 1202 Capitol ave. 

4lrs Sarah J, teacher Drake 

ity; res' 1232;24tht ! ' 

udolphus B v barbeh 2J& 4th, 

-Short ' \ f I . j.-;- ■■;•. 

H.snry,[ miner jProcWlCQal Co, 

on Heights. 

n, ( blksmitih D, M ! Mnfg & 
CoMs 522 else? 5th, i j \ 
eodorep L, 6ashier flnerican 
res 931 4th. : I ? / 

Daniel B, road master AM 
res 1405 Lodust. 



supt,. 

ii A 



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' HOTAl IHION MirnrAi tat'.v 

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UNLESS ¥jOp WAST (THE B)EST. 

3 



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feoughlin Lemijel G, farmer, res ne i 
|sec2()(LT). 

ioughii Miis Margaret, 'cashier G E 
Converse, bds 1^05 Locust. | 



I, elk, bds 



1405 iLocust. 



. w H, foreman C G W Ry, 
res 'Jaylorjni cor Clifton ave (S D M). 

Coulte : Miss!;Merde, bds G H qoulter; 

Council i H6r^a<:e H, laun<?rvm;an At- 
LENS STEiJHLH LAUNDRY, bds 714 
^aliut. ■ ! -" | ■■ ' ;\ • I 

COUNJELMAN CHARLES & CO, John 
\ M Brown Manager, Grain Commis- 
, SsionJ306Ma]quardtBlk.1 * j 
1QUNTY AUDITOR Oil POLK COUNTY, 

Amols W. Brandt, Auditor] Cohh 
'ilHouse.- ' ' ,'■ - : "- | ! 

COUNTY COURT HOUSEj bet |5th and 

OthjaVei Muberi'y and Cherry. 
U^TYfJAIL, Pdlk CounV, JjL, Gray, 

[Jailor. Basenent of Court Hlouse. 
COUNTY | RECORDER 0Ff DEEDS, 

IPolk Cbuntv, Mrs Annie lltepburn, 

[Repc rder, C( >urc House^. 
Courity School ^(monthly), Her r}y Sabin 
i mng r, 207 4t i. ; ' r 

COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF PUB 

LIC SCHOOLS, Polk Couniy, W A 

McCord, ' JpUpmntendenti, | Court 
, ^House. -I 1 ' 

COUNIY StRVEYOR, Polk County, 
i- [G B 'Wftks ' Jif, Cpunty Survey or, Court 
v House. 



iCOUNVY 



•T 



EASURER Oi 

' J i « Dilwort ii 



ppeB^st 

8URANCE C01t J ANY. 



F: 



(wid | Jay), groleer, 300 



COUNTY, 

Houue. 
'Course n jElec 

w so 4tii, re^ 
ICpurscn Geireel [L, blksmith, 
|poftlHill($pik. |-. • 1, 
( Cpursc>n Jamais M, miner, res ;36 Coal 1 



same. 



POLK 

Court 



res 3G 



tedurttr Eugeie ^teamster, res 90G 

r? 2d - -11 ■' "i ■ 

"■ourterMigSiGert^udeilauhxlress, Hawi- 

ey^J^aiinlTir, bds 976 ,22d » 
Jourfc r \ym A,;ris 97U fyd. 
Courtier ChjHes, lab Bragdoi Bros 
v jl078|l3th./ r ^ r 



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ES AT 8TANDARDIRATES. 



SNTEN 
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Eighth Floor, New Equitable Bldg. 

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The Bel I Hern ia 




POSITfVH»T QI7US Without operation or do 

O Fl O-T Tl D W **?* ioa f r P™ bMsinesi 
HUflUlfb EqUTTABUS BuiiSdlns, 
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COf 

Cowles Arthur' W, trav agt Hurlbut 
Ward & Co, res 835 5th. n { " 

Cowles Mrs Mary A, milliner and dress 
mkr, 417 e 6th, res 1165 6th aye. 

Cowles Virgil D (P H Burnsj & Co), res 

322 [Crocker. ! , 

Cowman David F, pension agt, res 1320 

10th. : r 

Gown: e John .H (Herrmann &i Cownie), 

! bds iAborn House. I ; 

Cox Abraham L, lab, res 4 Hall. I 
Cox Arthur, musician la State Band, 

bds 1303 e 10th. j 

Qox Benjamin, lab, res 15th- nr Brooks. 
Cox Catherine (wid Henry), res [171? 

Higli. ' ■ |, 

Cox Elmer C, plumber A H Walker & 

Co, res 1307 e 9th. ! 

Cox Einier E, elk J E Cox, rms 

Walnut.i * 

Cox Fifank, asst road master 

•Ry, res 1115 Grand ave. 
COX GfEORUE G, Superint 

Bradstreet Co, bds 809 3d. | 
Cox George W, elk Harritt &<uo, res 

6th ave. 
Cox Jacob H (Cox & Fisher), 1 res 203 e 

10th. ! ) 

Cox JaWs, lab, res e s Center 1st n 

Pleasant (Sevastopol). 
Cox Jatnes A, painter, bds 1406 Crocker 
COX jiMES E, Druggist, 901 WalEut, 

rms }4 Rawson blkL 
Cox Miss Jennie, wks Kratzer Carriage 

Co, hjds 203 e 10th. \ . 

Cox Jonn W, trav agt, res 3407 4th. j . 
Cox Joseph, lab, res 302 e Walniit. i 
Cox Katherine (wid Henry), bds 1214 

7th. ]. i ■ [ 

COX MISS MARGARET, Special Agent 

The Equitable Life Assurance Society , 

of the U S, res 1210 8th. ! 

Cox Miss Mary, stenog The Bradstreet 

Co, bds 807 3d. 
Cox Miss Mattie L, teacher Cooper 

school, ires 801 Forest! ave. j 

Cox Miss Nellie G, student- Highland 

Park College, bds 3407 4th. 
Cox Olrve, elk Priebe & Bilby, rms 1021 

e9thJ . it : 

Cox Samuel, died Dec. 29, 1892. 
Cox Thomas, miner, res e s Center 1st 

h of Plejasant (Sevastopol). ( 
COX THOMAS E, Assistant Editor Mail 

and Times! res s s Harrison ave 2de 

of 14tJi P ■ I 

Cox W Hbward, elk Harris-Emery Co, 

res 1680 7th. J 
Cox & fisher (Jacob H Cox and Henry 

Fisher), blacksmiths, 212- e Wain"*- 



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op ifl-sw srottsz. 



LEE B. DURSTINE, , 
Manager ]?or Iowa. 
J.- A, Ankknky, C. M. Denny, 

Fii.ancial Agent, Sup't of Agents, 
E. E. Scott, Cashier, 
Equitable Building, Des Moines, Iowa. 

AGENTS -XSS ANTKD 



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Courtney Ada, waiter Central House. 
Courtney Arthur J, lab J B McGorrisk, 

-xa. 3,s4lh - [ J 

Ss« « | Co. rtney George, died February, 1893. 

Co' tftney, Mrs Ida, milliner, bds The 
I^irkwood. ' ,! 

Courtney Jeremiah, lab D IVJ Brick 
Mnfg Co, res so of C, R I & P Ryj w 

of 28th. ; 

Courtney John, lab, bds High cor 

Douglas ave. ! 

Courtney John, mason, res 316 w so 4th. 
Courtright George, teamster, ::es 612 

Vale. ! 

Cousins Charted, porter NORMulN 

LICHTY ; res 775 0th. 
Cousins Washington B, .physician, res 

845 3d. • 
Covenant Mutual Benefit Assn, J M 

Do lglas State agt, 407 Younterman 

«< O Coventry James, lab, res 715 e Walnut. 
£ .T> Coventry John 8, carp, bds 715, e Wal- 
nut, r | 

Covington Lorain P, printer Tlie D M 

Leader, rms 3 Oriel blk. 
Cowan H Willard, bkpr Citizens Nat 

Bank, res 510 8th. j | 

Cowau Miss Jennie, nurse, res 1JJ53 

Cqpitol ave. ! i 

Cowan Miss Mary L, dressmkr, bds 711 

Day. 
Cowan Richard, police, res 711 Day. 
Cowmen Charles, wks I L Cressler, ims 

315 ^th. 
Co will James E, foreman D M 1 Fence 

Co^res 1229 13th. | 

Cowgill Miss C Edna, bkpr C L Kahler 

& Co, bds 217 Chestnut. 
Cowgill John F, res 217 Chestnut. 
Cowgill Miss Theolia E, bds 217 Chist- 

- niit. 
Cowift (ieorge, teamster, res 1832 e 

Gr- -ud ave. 
Cowte James, lab, bds so of C, R I «fe P 

Ry%of28th. i. ! 

Cowles Albert, contractor, res 1165 6th 

ave. 



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COlt. SIXTH AND MULBERRY. 




(joylo Anna (wld John), (ids D F Q'Con- 

Inell., 1 if -J : ■: ■• "H 

Coyle Ber iard mi ner, res Raccoon sw 1; S 
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Co vie fiadnab, sea 1 mstress Israel) Bros, 
• bds 1111 d Cinte 
feoyle Henry, nreinan C, R I '& 

bds : Mqjtiitor Hoi .se. i | 
66yle IjCiii "h> c^rp, res 1111 eCen 
Gpyle Maigaret (\dd Cljarles), ire's 1111 
je Center. -] i , " i ; '/. r • 

Coyne Jol n Wyiab, res|322 w so 6th. 
Cozens Mi as. Harriet E, |bds 1715 0th. 
Cozens H( nry ! D, nngri The $qitftable 

bldg, 120^ same, res'17t5 9th. 
Cozier Mis s Emilic H, ! elk' U S Pension 
■ I Agdnby, bds £50 15th. 
Crabb Mis i Delias )ds 1210;£3d, 
Crabb Wir , trav ag t, res ! 1210 28d. 
GrabfeliMjss Gertr ide, elkj rms 9*03 6th 
'avef. ■! '| ' ,'• ■ | j.'jl . • i . 
Grabtree : I lary ; (wi I Jphn)^ res k 15tb nr 
' Brooks. ■ ' I 'J '.'![.;."' , 

Gmbtree '. VIrs Mai y ' E, dressmk r, res 

915Gratdav#. . • \ i ■" i ■ ! 
(Jrabtrde Mm, elk ; j B Thomas, res 915 

Grand ave. | H ; ' r 

iCraeraft Ilenjamii L, vfkg 
! bds | w35 Capitol aye. 
Cracrait ft ilton T, (lab, res 
1 ave; ;J 

Cracraft Nicholas A, bds 
»,ave; 



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and Successful. 

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e\Vis tiivestment Co. 



&16JW. FIFTH ST. 

I 'i 

m\W MID, $150,000. 






jREAL EiSTATE LOANS AND 
MUNICIPAL, 1 BONDS." ' 



({rafts : Gebrge L, trav a 
I 1 StrauBs 4nd' Co, ifes }169 
Cragan 
(jragai: 
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':6th,- fe 



CGjWRy, 
143$ Capitol' 
1435, Capitol 



ft Lederer, 
sth. i 

Mjss Alice 1 bd^ Cragan House. 

House, Mi( hael Cragan |propr,l 

ofCGWVtfjb«(S-DM)|T 
vragar Jai ries T, la i,'ibds Cragan House. 
Cmgan; Miss Rati jrinaj bds 1 Cragan 
Htyiuji. .. \: j -. f < | ,.! p " 
CragariiMi js Maggie, bds Cjragan House. 
tt*«~~M nrt^L_iv _« — ^ ^ragab House, 

;|DM.) ■ 

, „ , , .. ._ . ncv, oas Cragan House, 
raged 1 Michael, lib J BrSfaGdrrisk, 

<J2la 4th. ;i 7 j ! )\ , .; .| [ ' 

™in[Janes W, t -ucker C & NIW Ry, 
.bfs'NelsmHous). , -, I ' 

fmg Abel C, carp, res; 1J45 10th 1 . 

• Wg .A 'Augustus printer, CWshire 

. jBrosi^g 13218th. '. I 
Ngi'BliJih W, Ikfr 
tak J re j 614 lOt i. 
WgFrank J, broker, 



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<}raig Frecerick W/ asst' jec la Nat 



K &L Aisn, res 1129 
raigJDtJanojJali la 
res 1728 Mapljei 



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91310'tli. 



lOth. 

f»ip6 & Tile. Co, 




'praig] ivtairga^et, died jNpv 16th, 1892. 
igJR, wks The Nat Starch Mnfg Co, 
dp Samuel Crai&. | 

rkigjSancue], driver ^at Starch Mnfg 
! Co,, res e s o 28th ?d n of Scott. 
Clrain, see also Grahe. 

rkin Alexaid^r D, trav agt, res 946 

At*.. ' " ■ ; ' . 

rainCha-lej R, bricklyr, res 835 9thj. 

rainElizi J (wid George W), bpara- 

ing, HOtLccust. 
»neErwin, student IOWA BUSINESS 

-COLLEGE. . 

rain Mis 3 Mamie, trimmer Ha 

;Eraery C b^l ids' 1105 Locust. 

ram Ben jam n,; teamster Proctor C sal 

(Do, res lplO Scott 
(?rkm Frank, ab, bds e 1 Grand ave nr n 
jj. :W cor Fairground ave. 
0ram Frarikffii, teapisterJres 1006 Scott. 
Cram George teamster ' Proctor Coal 
II po, res 500 Clay (S DM). 1 j- 

Gram Hari'y, wks' Chamberlain Medi- 
;1 cine Co bdr929 }2th. 
Cram Johti R, painter W P Hearty, res 
|i929 12th I .■ , 

Cir^m Martin teamster, res 500 Clay 
T'(SDM). ■ .- ! 
GrjimWm teamster, res es e so 11th 
j bet Vale am 1 Maury. 
Crkmblitt Caroline C (wid John T), bds. 
JIIOI8 9th. 

Cramer, s$e also Kraemer and Kramer. 
Cramer Fr ink L, asst sec Y M C A, rms 
J723 4th. ; 1 , r 
Corner, George W, jcond DM St RR 
i yo, res 1 509 e Crrand ave. 
Qramer Jufiufi, student Drake Univer- 

is|ity, resL23(»2Hh.! 
Cramer Lewis W printer Olsen-Welch 
; ! ^rinting^ Co, re j 2329 North. 
Cramer Miss Mina,! teacher, bds 1801 
'Washington I ' , 

Ci*amer Miss Minnie, waiter H J \yil- 
!^on,|rms514 9tii. i . 

Crjamet Mynrc e, jtiident, bds 504 Penna 

Gmmei'.T|biai -S, lab, res 1801 Wash- 
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

East Fourth and Sourt Ave. 

Telephone 410. 



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Crawford Estella A, elk. Yoimker Bros, 
res 1311 Woodland ave. 

Crawford Frank, machine agt, res 1325 
15th. . ! 

Crawford Frank, printer Plain Talk, 
bds 1301 e Center. - 

Craw ford George, farmer, res 732 18th. 

Crawford Harry B, elk MeBride Bjros, 
res 935 4th. 

Crawford Harvey T, bkpr Merchants 
Transfer Co, rms 1316 High. ' 

Crawford Henry A, geul agt J 1 Case 

T M Co, res 841 16th, 
Crawford Henry C, carp, res 86621st. 
Crajwford James L, elk The Robert 

Dempster Co, res 1311 Woodland ave. 
Crawford Jennings, elk W E Cless, rms 

840 3d. 
Crawford John L, ins agt, res 840 3d. 
Crawford Miss Selma, student Ifrake 

University, rms 1438 Woodland ave. 
Crawford Miss Stella, elk Younker 

Bros, bds 1311 Woodland ave. 
Crawford Wm B (Crawford & Mills), res 

840 16th. ' ' ,, 

Crawford Wm B, trav agt Kingmaji &. 

Co, res 1618 Locust. | 
Crawford Will T, druggist, 411 Locust, 

res 716 16th. 
CRAWFORD & MILLS (Wm B- Craw- 
ford, Moses A Mills), Horseshoeing a 

Specialty, 714 Grand ave. 
Crawley John (col'd), bds 121 w'so 7th.*' 
Crawshaw James It, contractor, res. 

1436 e (xrand jave. j 

Cree Eliza J (wid James), res 9th nw i 

cor Madison ave. | 

Cree Harry S, carp, res 9th nw cor 

Madison ave. I 
Creedon Bridget, laundress Evan's 

Cafe, bds same. 
Creedon Cornelius, lab King & Ken- 
nedy, bds 112 e 11th. 
Creedon John, lab D M Malt House, res 

112 e 11th. 
Creedon Roger, lab D M Malt House, 

res 112 e 11th. |- j 

Creekmur Nettie B, moved to Chica go. 

DRAKE & BUSSELLE, 

Brawl and F6KR(tf6R 

tt'enmke ft specialty of Sidewalks and Drivcpyi 

using the ruinous "Gilscmte," the finest 

Asphalt known for this class of work. 

Office, 200 Fifth Street, Youngqrman tyock. 

ROOFING MATERIAL FOR 
SALE AT LOWEST PRICES. ' 

SOLE AGENTS FOR "QlLSOtHT*" 



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Life Insurance Company 

-* of HARTFORD, CONN. 

Full information will be cheerfully furnished by 
F. B. ALLDBEDGE, Gen'l Agent, 
ELLIOT S. MILLEB, District $up% 

20, 2i. 22 Office Block, DES MOINES. IOWA. 

Ctvli ler Ward C, bill elk C, It 1 { & P Ry, 
by? 1112 Grand ave. 

Cramer '"Ward H, abstract elk C, R I & 
PRy, bds 1112 Grand ave.' 

Cramer Willard A, cashier I) M St liy, 
bds 1112 Grand ave. 

Cramer Wm J, bricklayer, res 100 8th. 

Crampton John W, pres Springer Au- 
tomatic Car Coupler Co, res 324 7th. 

Cmmton Dorcas L (wid Peter), lids 1010 
M. 

Cramton Jamea W, carp, res 1016 H. 

Crandall Elizabeth II (wid David), res 
125!) 11th. ■ | 

Crandale George A, mngr II M Hosick 
& Co, se cor 2d and Walnut, retf 1010 
Mulberry. 

Crandall Miss Helen C, prin Cooper 
school, rms 827 7th I 

Crandall Wm H H, physician,, |bds 672 
18th. i , 

('rune, see also Grain. ! I 

( 'race Elmer It, cashier C &NW Ry 
freight office, res 309 e 12th. I 

Crane Ira E, mach D M St It R Co, bds 
307 e so 3d. j 

Crapsey Mrs Elvina A, patterns^ 316 
6th ave, res same. j 

Crapsey James W, bkpr Chicago Lum- 
ber Co, bds 316 6th ave. | 

Crary Fred W, elk Kingman &|Cq, res 
1310 Woodland ave. ' i 

Crary Lucy, student Highland Park 
College. I 

Crary Wm H, student Highland Park 
College. •: : 

Craven Howard (col'd), janitor 1) M 
Waterworks Co, res 1058 5th. j 

Cravens George II, moved to Minneap- 
olis, Minn. 

Craw Frank, lab J B McGorrisk, 212 
4th. | I, ;. 

Craw George, lab J B McGorrisk, 212 
4th. ; !!' : 

Cr iwford Albert W, trav agt G tyV Mar- 
^Haardt & Sons, bds The Savery. 

Crawford Amelia (wid A J), res 725 3d. 

Crawford Edward W, lithog la Print-, 
ing Co, bds 866 21st. ! 



Western White Broez 




DES MOINES, IOWA. 

"Best Material of the Age 
for MeHuments."--Science. 




Fcnmej, pr 
lOG2|e9th 
Creighan 



Creigl^Cfliv^f, teamster, 



(S DM). 
Oremonia 
(jlrenshaw 

i lain Meq 
Crenshaw 

« }Valqut, res 
Crenshaw Hai 



Hai:,i4i-r 



fail Capital, $30,000. 



n Carjr School, | res 



-Statp Treasurer. 

Pres't pis Moines Ice Co. SflipljlS afld PjfDfttS, 
k, Cashier, Ex deputy County JTreastorer. ^lOjljQO 

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Jatrios, hib D M. Brick Mnfg 
: Co, bdsso^ C, U&PRyTf df 28th. 
Creighjtbri Ha *ry J>, elk .American !Ex- 
! jirSsi Co,'- ban 81 : Locust. !.,! ," 

6'reighton Ja^es H,j lawyer, rips 818, 
i Loeijst. " • | ■- ! :.'|- 

res i318 Clay 



Ho.UiWr 



Walnut. 



CWtendfe Q* wfcs •; Chain qer;- 

basiG6$12rh. I 
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12t 
printer, 312 




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68 12tli. 

y ■■]-'., printer The D' M 

Wo 'mL'' ' ' n 



14 teacher, be s 1045 



Leader,, bds , 
Cressey M .ss Ifpim 
iGthaVe. 
. Cressey M ss Jbsebhihe L] res Jl™0^5 <6th 

ave: I 1' ' ;, ; : 

dressier Harrv C, h9rsem,an I 

jler,-rjp$ 1 415,1 'lea^ ant. ; 

, Cjnessler Ira L, jec ta Distributing ^nd 

I Advertising Oo, nhgr iGrand Opera 

Mes8png|r Service, boaljdinjf staple 



bes 1J 



;ress- 



; 315 4fch, $ds ': 415 j^leasah^. 
Cressler Miss I fain e, bdsi 1416 Pleas- 

:ant. 1 - ■ t •;, |. V f <T ; ■! 
C)'eswe]l AE, paitier John M^cVtyai' 

ILocustse ccif Otli ave. : j l! ! . • 
Creswell M iss 'lorn A y bdsll376l26th. ik 
Creswe;ll H enrV , re 3 1376 26th, / ] 
Creswell ft \ks t»au ?a\ student (Drake 

TJniversiiy, " A " iotm\oa-t.u i ; 



'6 26th 



resp4^e'Locust. ; I 
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Creswell Miss Minnie B, be s 13.M26th. 
Creswell \ Fm A, elk Seen 'ity ■%, oaa & 

Trusj; C(,| r3i 34thi nwj eor Outage 
i (jrove'ava; ' j : ! | | 

Creswejll Wm S, gti deut-H ithlanc I Patfk 

Colldge. .!,■:[! Til 
Cretkl Joseph, Ikb, res 118 W so € t|i. c 
CreWjs Kae, student Highland pPark 

College, 'f: « ! ■ \ ,j I : " 

Clews ^m, .was Hyde; Labor Cci, res e 

3d ind Jbcuit. [ ! '- ■ ■■ ; 

CbwsdlWid, tiivei .1) MBeef-Go, bds 

119 e 5th. : ) i Y«r i 

Crill Lucinda'(vvic Charles W), ,bds 
222Maa^op/SD]^ j --, j'f 

CrilliAya,doiiaest'«s 1812; A 12th '-,.'. 

Q ^ k ?h nc Vrtn 'l iefper P G;VRy, 

Cf iB|t igan J am sk ba 1 :er Honian & John- 

,Mfins;i27 3 5tfi. , j ; v- 

l "Menj Miss p^e\^ jirtisi res 1 1417 

CrjPifejiLJamesI bds U2 e Ldcust 
^npp^^l Jolfn. 4 rei fl a ^ C, 1^. I AjET Ry, 



ie Locust. 



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INSURE IN 

cMutualLiieliisiiraiiGcGo 

F NEW YORK, j 

HE tARO^BT, OLDBST AND BE8T IN SUB 
CE ipDMPAHY ^N THE WORLD, 
sake, r dver $176,000,000100 

:)f LEAVIN^ BROS.. Managers; 



Hsp Hatt|e,j student IOWA BUSINESS 

..i.COILEGB.1 \ '''■■- ■ ': 

€rjspia Clar^, student Highland Park 
1 1 'Coll Bge ; . ■'!■..'■ i 
(Urispi a' Dryden, Supt Halls and Cot 

iages Highland Park College, res 6 
; (HunibolalHall. j /' P 

-Orispii Mrfi Susan ;E, matron South 
' Humboldt I Hall [Highland I^ark Col L 

IjBge res 6 Humboldt' Hall 



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■Crist JeorgbiW, wks Merritt & Bushi 
Hbcfe lOOlfthl I 

Crjst Hiss Mary J, bdsllOO'llth. 
(|6ist Squire P, teamster La M Mott, 

n,m nooiijth, 

fijsty £dW4iil 4 saddler Mrs M I Har 

)4y,)ds8U Walker. 

i l i|:el George H, s^tereotyper, ,res 1214 



OcqckiEr Daniel, farmer, res 1348 24ih. 
tfi&ckcr Post, a A E hall, Flynn blk; 
lyth, i ior Locust. ] i j\ 

Crocker School, J] A* Kleinsorge prin, n 
.! s JSqI ool, to 6th and 7th. 
Crockett Kp^iraim (coFd), labj res 1000 

; ' ; 4th. • ' r : "■!'.- 

Crockett Qs6ar, janitor Grand Opera 

Hbude, i(es 314 4th. | 

Crol|jkett Wfm j(col'd), cook Windso^; 

i-flpte'.-. .. j .•- i ! ■ - | i 

Crbbkejtt Wm Ji (col'd), lab. rms 1060 



CrollJames 



ml di 

C^b|eAdyiine C (wid Wm! H), bds 



,4th. 4 
Cro'^ger Frederick, carp franklin Tay- 

w. . . . i • ! , r ! 



W,carp, resell Oak. 



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i 1.0,17 9th. 

GrOmer Frederick messodgerU S Kx 
1 Ob, r>s 1058 9th. 

Crbtnei^ George |F, wks' D M Electric Co, 
Tbos 1053 Or ■■ ■ t , 

CrbWt ChiHes A, died Fbb 1 lth 1 1893. 




P^mb and Dealer \n all Kinds of 
Mfpod, Ifofa, and | Chain ! Pumps 
arid Washing Jylachiries, 811 Walnut, 
res* 1018 Scott. i8$\pc\ge classified 
Pumps.) ' 



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ajestlietic Eijiotvn. 



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Miners and 



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THIRD 



Dealers IOWA SOFT GOAL, 

ANP LOCUST. TELEPHONE J55. 



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313 FIFTH STREET. I 

Interest • Paid • on • Deposits. 

CHPITBL AND 8UW8, $^fl,DDDJ 

Cronkelton Dewey 0, messenger U S 
Ex Co, res 110 11th. ' 

Crooker Edward S, elk U S Pension 
oilice, bds 923 6th ave. j j 

Crooks Miss Dora.prin Emerson School, 
bds 1110 Lyon. 

Crooks Miss Elva, stenog \V A Edwards, 
bds 1116 Lyon. | 

Crooks John, elk, bds 121 18th: i 

Crooks Michael J, tinner A L WEST, 
res 1116 Lyon. 

Crooks Miss Pearl, stenog T AlMans- 
held, bds 1116 Lyon. 

Crooks W B, student IOWA BUSINESS 

COLLEGE. ! j 

Crookshank Clarence S ( Paschal 4. 

Crookshank), res 499 College! ave.. 
Crookshank Miles M, Cashier Valley 

National Bank, res 499 College ave. 
Crookshank Win, wks C G Witty, bds 

113 8th. ■ f i 

Crosby Albert C, police, res 1447jBuchj 

anan. . I i 

Crosby Casper, driver Chicago Lumber 

Co, bds 1711 8th. ! i 

Crosby Catherine (wid Jjidd P}, lies 72$ 

5th. j ! ■ : 

Crosby Charles D, wks C, RI&'P Ryi 

res 1726 e Walnut. . \ 

Crosby Joseph C, foreman P CjKenyon; 

bds 1027 High. ; 

Crosby Robert W (Rollinson & Crosby), 

res 113 Jefferson. | 

Crosby Miss Ruth P, bds 1182 ioth. 
Jrosby Sibley H, elk B F Jaquitb, res 
,■ 1182 10th. j I i 

CROSBY WM B, Lawyer, 410 LJocust; 
H bds 703 7th. ! i 

fcrosby Wm E, canvasser, res 1182 10th, 
fjrosier Asa W, eng C, B & QRR,,res 
r 1109 Maple. | : 

Crosier Mellissa W (wid Samuql), res 

1109 Maple. 
Cross Arthur D, agt The Newi Yost 
Typewriter Machiue Co, 500 Walnut, 
rms ne cor 9th and Locust. 
Cross Benjamin, miner, res s si Hart- 
ford ave (Sevastopol). j 



Cross Charles C (C C Cross & Co), m 
1238 23d. 

Cross Charles E, electrician, bds 1511 
Arlington ave.' 

Cross C C & Co (Charles C Cross), arch- 
itects, 803 The Equitable bldg. 

Cross Edwin M, pres Polk County Ab- 
stract Co, res 1055 '7th. 

Cross Elizabeth J (wid Calvin), res' 3|5 

Division. 
Cross Frank, wks la Pipe & Tile Co, 

res 846 e filth. • 

Cross Hiram, mess W U Tel Co, res 

1336,23d. | , ,- f ; 

Cross I James, miner, bds 1320 2d (S D 

M). ' ■ , ! . , ■ . 

Cross Jones'' F, architect C C Cross & 

Co, res 1386 2Sd. 
Cross John P, supt D M Crematory, r£s 

200 Monroe (S D M). j . '. 

Cross John W> cutter Kralzer Carriage 

Co, res 203 e 10th. 
Cross l Joseph, fireman No 6 Engine 

House, res 602 Monroe (S D M). 
Cross Joseph B, miner, res 600 Mbnroe 

(SDM). .• . ,T ' 

Cross Llewellyn, miner, bds 600 Mbnrbe 

(SDM). IT ;.. 

Cross Richard, miner, res 1836 e Grand 

ave. 
Cross Robert, wks D M Crematory, bds 

200 Monroe (S D M). ■ ( ; 

Cross Sarah J (wid John N), rms 

23d. 
Cross Wm, printer, rms 519 6th ave. 
Crossland John H, labVres sw i sue W 

twp 24 (SDM). 
Crossman Sidney W, trav agt, 

International Hotel. 
Crosson Elizabeth (wid Anderson), res 

1509 Des Moines. ] 

CROSSON JOSEPH P, Traveling Sales-. 

man Robert SHobbs &Co,Newioii 

City, res 1810 8th. | 

Crosswhite James S, wks L J Tfells, 

res 1020 Cherry. 
Crosthwait Sarah E (wid E G 

Euclid ave opp 7th. 
Grotty Patrick J, overseer Capital City 

Woolen Mills, res 901 e 6th. [ 
Crouch Wildred, student Highland Par): 

College, i ■ . 
CrousacRev John S, res 938, Uih: ' j 
Crousaz Louis L. elk H Parmeleo Li- 
brary Co,, bds 1044 10th. 
Crousaz Louis S, cabinet mkr, bds 

10th. I 

Crow Charles W, lab, res 520 e Locusf 
Crowder Phoebe (wid Thomas), res 

1426 Walnut. * 



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Crowjey Karl 
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Qrozjer W 
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stripper Fqipk ■ Al-' 
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ly A, music teacher, 



ft I ; whoksalb Dtfadgisfcs 

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;rav.agt Avie.vPlan- 
< 12th., ' 
ids 41^ Hartfprd ave 



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Crotfley Miss'Nqii i, bets 1374 e l£th. 
>owlev Patrick, |i}es 413 Hartfpjrd ave 

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To Correct all Errorp of Befraction. 

H.|WEBJER; G; 0., ; r 207 W. Fifth St., 

■ Iowa poan and Trust Building ncjtr P, 0. 



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B McGbrriik, 212 



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jjtb.M' H Mecumj sus'w s 
, 30tii'2d jv'o ! JEIicfcmah ave. j 
f Jruic ksha ak [ ?hon u ls, moved tbjYaleria, 

la. 1 I ' ■ ; ' .'■ " t • ' 

.£itej-| student fylahland 

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H, health officer, 



tolice, 
hland 



420 Highl 

Miss ^brenm, student Hi 
bds. 1420 High. 
W, niner; res Walnut 
Hill, ,, . , ,, 
rum Isaao'N, res 750 17ch h 
rura Johr r [Diaraond Suspend^ Co), 
rfes tpO Ktgrf '.'■ i , . j ' 

C rum Miss Kate . b< i i John H LipStl , 
qrimL V, iUSgt ' L' S Life InsfipM.O 
J Younger i ah jblk 
iCrum Miss Olfli' bd 3 1420 HighJ 
<hm|Wmfl WsfrniTth. J- 
Cjrumtyiken uimes W, ! police, p 

Dean ave lkt iW of 36th. 
CftUBWBEiRBYl i TO ' A, . Prof loathe 






imatffis anjd alstrQ 

Jsity.^es vm Hig 

Cruttemden pe&alk 



Aurity ajpj^y/.naB 'J-he Iliad. 

physician, ijeb 



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Crystal Oil and Gasoline Co, J 



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I .pdcFarjand Spies, I-iJ Clarence Deets 
jsecjand treas, 320 8th. 

|uddy Dulilah, domestic Mrs Ellen De- 
Weer. !'. ,: \ . '; " 

ulbe'rtson \Mxs Anna, wks Savery 
, Hoiise; res Indianola ave.JSjD M). 
Qullea IF rank; moved; to Ottumwa, la., 
qulten Gfe^rge W, wks D M Shoe Mnfg 
'■':! Co, res 1402 ! Locust. y .! | 
Cullison Eli^a J; domestic 1307 Wood 
^land aye.; 



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(felly ]ArihW.-te; asst cashier!^ & N W 

j Ky freitht office, bds 9^1 e 12th. 
©ally 'Clafk (Wid Win), res 219! e so 6th, 
^ully, JaLes !, M, elk Millie Cully, bds 
#4^ 12th. ! ; ' . ■■ | !| : 
Sully Jfedse G, driver C C Lailndry, res 
J527.6lsU ■, i'i .- 

(Jolly-lLauiba i(wid Albert), tes D21 e 

tilly Millie, baker, 804 e 12th, res same, 
iilver Charlbs, carp] rms 1210 21st. 
GuiverCyntliia B (wld Lucien)i res 698 

ItW Til'-' ■■ 'i • ' ' 

CdlW l>av (i -F ".(Smiths & Culver), res 

: 1529 6th at 3. -■ 
Culver Miss Josie, student Drake Uni- 

: ^rsity] bds 1529 6th ave. ; I 

(Jiimmiugs James T, trav agt, res 1021 
■"vl-ttth.!. ! J . ; " : , ; 

Ciimmings James S, contractor, ires 1057 

Ctji^imings Mr^j Jennie, bds 103: Walnut. 

Qubmibgs Wicholasi car repairer D M 

tiftj R $ Coj res 114 Shepard. f 
mmtngs Sablna (wjd Nicholas), bds 
Jl4 Shepari.: | t 

Climmifags Townsend H, bds 622 e so 

:1th. F ■ 1U;" ; "J • :;!■' 
Cumm'ings Wm, switchman, bus 210 w 

iio|6thi. .'i ■■[ 1 i : ■ 

Oiimmifls Albert B (Cummins & fright), 

> res ccjr Gjrand ave and Forest drive. 
Cuijnmin8 Miss Alice* bds 7H 15th. 
Cutijmins Miss Anna, istenog, bds 714 

Mb] x ■ !' J 

Cuijimii8 Miss Ella, ^eacher, bds .714 

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508 EAStr LOCUST STREET. 



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Fimi Clothiers, tfattert and Furnishers. 

i O. M. JOHNSON <£ SON. I 
617 Walnut St. 



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Cummins Frank, elk I) M Loan} and 
Trust Co, res 1122 23d. | 

CUMMINS JAMES C, Sec Equitable 
Life Ius Co of Iowa and Pres Polk 
County Loan and Building Assu, res 
2410 Forest Drive. s 

Cummins Miss Margaret,' bds 714 15th. 

Cummins Thomas J, res 714 15th. 

CUMMINS & WRIGHT (Albert B Cum- 
mins and Carroll Wright), Lawyers, 
302 to 304 Youngerman blk. f 

Cunningham Miss Anna, dressmki* 
Harris-Fernery Co, bds 533 Otii ave. 

C inningham Charles E, lab, bds 70!) e 
'4th. 



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Cunningham Charles L, elk >$ G Gogs- 
well, rms 1011 0th ave. ! 
Cunningham C E, student ] Iighland 

Park College. 
Cunningham Frank, moved to Ot- 

tuniwa la. , ill 

Cunningham Fr,ed. student IOWA BUS- 
INESS COLLEGE. ; 
Cunningham George, car repairer D M 

St It It Co, res 1411 ne Madison ave. 
Cunningham George, driver Warfield- 

Howell-Watt Co, bds 212 1st. ! J 
Cunningham Henry, plasterer, res 711 

Clav(SDM). ' '"■ i 

Cunningham Henry B, moved to ;Wel- 

don, la. : j 

Cunningham James, ins agt Hawjkeye 

Fire Ins Co, rms 713 3d. j 

Cunningham James A, expressmaii, r^s 

1513 Buchanan. , j 

Cunningham Jane (wid Win), res' 1437 

Lyon. 
Cunningham Jerry, res 1222 Pen na ave. 
Cunningham John C, elk J AjGarber & 

Co, res 1437 18th. ' . , . 

Cunningham Miss Mamie, bk binder 

State Bindery, bds 516 e 5th. j 
Cunningham Miss Mary, teacher Ffaw- 

thorne school, bds .1437 18th. j 
Cunningham Mary Ij (wid Audrew) res 

1921 Mill. , - j 

Cunningham N Smith, driver Ewiiig & 

Jewett, bds 700 e 4th. j : « 

Des Moines Coal Mining (Jo 



Cunningham Owen, lab t) M Brick 

Mnfg Co, res 023 Hartford ave (S D 

M). ,i 

Cunningham Philip, gardener, res 143? 

18th. | 

Cunningham Robert W, collector Cfc 

Gas Light Co, res 1435 7th. ; 

Cunningham Sarah (wid Plyton R), bds 

700 e 4th. I ' 

Cunningham Thomas, driver D M Hay 

&CoalCo,res,7lke4th. 
Cunningham Wm L; teamster, res 1^24 

Lyon. ..■ ', 

Cunningham Wm T, lab, bds 709 eitjj. 
Cunningham Zebedee (col'd), lab, ra 

309 Pelton ave. f 

Cunnington Albert E, painter, res 1042 

■Wilev(D). ,. ! 
Cunnington Joseph, wood turner Tur- 
ner, Lindsay & Co, res 1537 Lyon. ■ 
Cupernell Eugene B,.,. contractor, res 

1030 krlington ave. ' v 

Cupernell Jason S, real estate, 304 5th,] 

res 1B2G Arlington ave. v 

Ciipliu Miss Mliljicent M, teacher E iftj 

Hi^h School! bds 611 e 12th. ( ^ 
fiupp Clyde W, plater Kenyon BicycH 

Mnfg Co, bds 1408 Woodland ave.- \ 
Curay Charles, carp, rms 1204 W6pd; 

land ave. , .'( ' 

Curd ItollajD, trav agt, res 1212 2^d. ' 
fcurl Block, 7th ne cor Walnut. 
Curie Fred H jeweler* R N Bro 

bds 514 e 5tr .. I ■ 

Curle-Hallet Si moved to'Cherok 
Curie Miss Jennie, elk, bds 514 e dth. 
Curie Jessie B, bkbinder Carter & Hus- 

sey, res 514 13 5th. 
Clirless Eugene, student Drake ■Univer- 
sity, nils 1214 24th. j i 
Curley Charles H, elk, rms 1027 9th. I 
Curley Miss Minnie| A, teacher Irving 

school, rms 1012 Locust. 1 I I 
Cilruow Samuel J, elec eng DM St Rfl 

Co, rms 307 |e 3d. I ; . j 

Curran, see also Kern. 
Curran Bridget, domestic 1125j 21st. V 
Curran George P, farmer, res e end j>fj 

e Court ave. I l \..\ 

Curran Miss Julia, chambermaid Sa^ery 

House. I 

Curran, Lewis H, fireman 12th st Eng:j 

ine House, res 1100 Peiina ave. | ■;'> 
Currey Cyrus D, with A F Dickpft 
1 717 Walnut. : 



nley, 
ee, la. 



Currie Charles E, physician, p 



Locust, res 511 Des Moines 
Currier Bertha student Highland 

College'. 
Curry Nathaniel G t fireman P 

& Brinsmaid, res 109 13th. 



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|| v Mool -lis 3111 5tfi. ;| ' .H 

Cui-tis Beajaijuin, grocer] 320 h* 




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Curtis C i<js ;er E, .lathejtyjbcls 8|j 

Curtis' I, eV Kmciy W, 
'Brethr^i :.tf Christ, re 
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'lQil! Maple. 1 • 

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Curtis Frank 
fe!rson. 

Curtis tijtinfo G 

Curtis Km sttidlent Highlaijid Part 
. CbllejwJ' ' :■■ f -i'l- .* T 

■Ouijiis Jjspn .), pa inter, res 81 1 L 5th, f 
Cuntis John jAi st k ent M Col 1 ge, ,bds 

• . ' ' ' i • : I •' j 
Curtis Miss Julia, student Dn,l;e Uni- 
versity .'inks 133 (3 27th: {)[ ! . ). 
Curtis Mm Loreta W stud<j;it, bdfc 

31,11 5tb( 1 , - . • , 'i ', . f 

Curtis MaW ft W (wid Melviij J), re 

! 15052411 . ;■ ]■ ■-. p ; s ■ ■ i 

iCurtis SchboS, MisjElla;$[ Malcjijie priri 
j trfjs e 6t h| cor Ra( coon . 
iCurtis Wni H, p inter ! [The ti State 
; Rfgisterj tids 84( 3d, j; ] i ( 

jCurilss Charges C, elk, bds !!61( 1 3d. j: 
JCurUss Dina J (wid Alfrel), |res]|;6tC3d. 
iCurliss MM Eva jM, teacher .Oak Park 
j ■Sdhool,l|dfi.86lf--8d , . | ■[ [ f . k 
CurtissL Miss .Miniie EJ toactHr, b# 

18016 SdjM VTp 1' /i-.h ■■ \J 
jCurilss Cllie chat iberdaid Wmdsdr 
riHutel. J 1 " ■! ' il- 1 ' \r 
Cuhiss Wm 0, lawyer, 52i WalHut, bds 

Savery Housp. , . . M ' 

[Curtleyv CMrge (c>Pd), j lab. jy .17$ 
.. Maple. L: ' ■' !■ 1 1 j" '/' 
jCnrtiey Ferny, bad »er T E Barton, rms 

ov:er5^jWjalnut. 




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' '>& Blanks, 

1 Society Printing, 

Catalogues. 



Cusfcnian Peiarl, miner Coon Valley 
l.;p jfc M Co res 11818 e so 2d (S D M). 
Custjr Markl lineman, rms -20 Seebur- 
'gerblk. ' ; l- .* ■ ;'" 

<3ut$eijth Radhel, cEofmestic 801 Pleasant: 



CharUsH, 



fiurice, student 



, teamster, r.es 919 H, 
Cutler Delos !(Lord & Cutler, res 1204 

Ciktler Edward^ res 417 7th. - 
Qutle! t Ernest, teamster, bds |018 Wood- 
* land ave. j . ■ ' 

Cutler Eugene (J j 3 Cutler & Sons), res 
ji 2321 North) , 

Cutler Isabel |M, 'domestic 1528 6th ave. 
Ctjtler iJohn, mact inist, res 641 e Grand 

■¥*• L ■ I ■' ' 

Qiitler John W (J P Cutler & Sons) bds 

!|^321 North. '. ■■' \ \ 

Cutler Jonas P (J P Cutler & Sons), res 

1^321 North. r . . . 

Cutler Jonas IP Jr (J P Cutler & Sons), 

%da 2821 North. 
Ou'tler J P £ Sons (Jorias \P, Jonas P 

f*fr, John-W' a ad (Eugene), bakers, 
1227 25th. I ! "• 

Ojatler | Julia C, student Sf; Michael's 

'. Schddl, bds 1360 Penna- avei ' , 
Qutler Leonard, driver C Mi paweg, res 
tfllO Western ave. .. j 
Cutler Phileni W, res 711 Pleasant. 
Cutler SquirelH, elk H L Mitchell, 

Culler A Kust, trav agt Marshall Ven- 
tal Mhfg €o t[ res 809 7ih. ! • 



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lV l Mk W CbleTmoV; d to Ft Dod 
uaggeUSEbAnnib 'age 37), diei 
i 18V 2 -' ' \\ \& " ! 1- ■ 

%gett 1 r^cfe q, }i ,b C C Gas L ijkht Co, 

^mtt Johfi C, lal> C t Gas L iht Co. 

L r fPf4^s34th^ n.L: jf , Y l 
l D m 4ohn. |brakeman> bds Hawkeye 
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Dapl ISelsonj bricklyr, res 1423 \in" 

''chanf.n.j ' f j "< !.-. 

jl)aM Oscar ,^, carp Charles Weitz & 

Sons. res7(J8 Center, j It 
JDjajil Tl umie' domestic 004 j)th. 
Danlberg Revj Andrew A, pastor Swed- 

'ish Ljtherjjin Church, res 815 Penna 

^AHiBEBG CHABiESL jfC L Dahl 
fberg &JCo), res 844 4th J {Seepage 
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CHASE & WEST, 

Furniture. Curtains ^ Rags. 



BEST STOCK IN THE CITY. 



NO. 215 WEST FOURTH STREET. 

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_ 5 B berg, Frank C Walrath, Dora E Saw- 

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Stenographers, 110-112 la Lojjtn and 
Trust Bldg. (See page classified 
Stenographers.) 

Dahlberg Robert N, moved to Pittsburg, 
la. [ ,. 

Dahlenn S Frederick, elk Jaquitli, Raw- 
son & Jaquith, res Grand avene cor 
Greenwood lane. . , 

Dahlstrom Gustav (Celander &| Dahl- 
strom), res 1002 e 7th. 

Daiber George, elk C S Littler, biis 1023 
High. , 

Dailey, see also Daley and Daly. 

Dailey Bertha, student Highlaud Park 
College. 

Dailey David II, with I C Dailey, bds 

422 e so 7th. 
Dailey Franklin F, lab Whites Line 

'Frans Co, res 348 Pelton ave. 
Dailey Harvey F, mngr I C Dailey, rms 

419 e 5th. 
Dailey Israel C, sec 1) M Carriage Top 

Co, livery, 410 e 5th, res 422-e'so 7th. 
Dailey James I, res 3025 6th ave. ' 
Dailey Morris, foreman C G W round 

house, res 506 13th. 
Dailey Twillia A (wid John), res over 

052 6th ave. 
Dailey Wm F. moved to Chicago. 
Daily Douglass G, plasterer, bcls 1527 

Maple. 
Daily Eldrjge T, driver Eureka Fuel 

Co. res 1230 13th. 
DAILY IOWA CAPITAL, Lafayette 



Young, Editor and Propr, 427 e Wal- 
nut. ! 

Daily Waty (wid Nelson), bds 1230 13th. 

Dain Albert (age 30), died April 10, 1893. 

Daiver George, elk C S Littler, bds 
1023 High. J .. 

Dakin Chapman L, student D M Col- 
lege, rms 1702 12th. ' 

Dakin John, farmer, res 225 Des Moiues. 

Dalander C A, student Highland Park 
College. 



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Dalander S A, student Highland Pirk 
College. , . _i ] : I l 

Dal by Scott J, trav agt, res 1000 Loctjst.i 

BALE HORATIO F, (Dale & BroA' 
bds The Child's House. {See cardl 
classified Lawyers.) .... ■ 

DALE & BROWN (Horatio F Dale, Burg 
Brown). Attorneys at Law, 407 Young- 
erman Blk. (See card classified Law\, 
yers.) 

Daley, see^ also Dailey and Daly. '■ 

Daley George F, salesman Louis Tre-,» 
panier, res 002 14th, ; 

Daley James K, lab CGW Ry, res foot' 

,11th. I 

Daley John M, lab, res foot 11th. ; ' 

Daley Peter M, lab CGW Ry, res foot' 

nth. . r | 

Dalrvmple Miss Cecil M, res 064 12th.'; 
Dalrymple David W, carp, res 664, 12thvi 
Dalton Mrs Bridget, res 1342 e Vine. ] 
|)alton James M, lab, bds 1342 $ , Vipe. j 
Dalton John W, driver Proctor Coal; 

Co, res Park and Clifton aves(Clifion 

Heights). 
Dalton Patrick, res 1342 e, Vine. 
t>alton Wm P, bds ^342 e Vine. 

Daly, see also Dailey and Daley. 
Daly Miss Anna, elk Lang Bros, bds 902 

14th. ■ | , i- 

paly Henry, lab, res 952 10th. ; 

Daly Henry A, harnessmkr D M Sad-- 
I dlery Co, bds 952! 10th. I. ■[ 

Daly Miss Isabel M, elk Lang Bros, bds 

902 14th. - ■ 

Daly James, teamster Perk i us & ; Brins-.f 

maid, res 1301* Walnut. ] 

Daly James Jr, pack'er Perkins! &] 

Brinsmaid, res 1301 Walnut. J 

Daly James C, bds Timothv. Daly. I ' 
Daly John" L, wks C, R I $ H Ry, rms 

952 10th. 
Daly Miss Kate, milliner, 322 6th ale> ( 

res same. ' ' 

Daly Mary, bds Timothy Daly, i 
Daly Miss Mary A, tailoress Jacob F^os- 
■••'• ner, res 952 10th. ; 

Daly Thomas E, uphlstr Louis Har- 

bach, bds 952 10th. | 

Daly Timothy, farmer, res sw £ see 17 i 

range 24 (Bloomfield twp). } 

Daly Wm M, salesman, res 902 14thJ j. 
Dalzell Ricie. student IOWA BUSI-? 

NESS COLLEGE. | ( 

DAMASCUS STEEL CO, S R-Dawqon. 
, Superintendent, Steel Founcters, lwj 

Grand ave. > 

Dambrun Miss Agnes C, bds 1023 Penna. 

ave. 



Ropl Healing Co., 



CAPITOL AND BOLTON HEATERS, ROYAli FUR- 
NACES, REED WATER HEATERS. 



,410-4 



12 SIXTH AVBNUB- 




Danibrud Dpminihue JD, stqri^ 
res 102f Pejnna ave. ' . j . j : 



Dame Miss Effie,, elk Dj M Life Assn, 
• rms 10: 413d 



Damon V r m A 



Dane Osdar TJ tra v agt Hurlb 
&CoVrea724 Wi.lnut.,1 

DaneidsoljAlbertipa, domestic! 811 3d. 

Danfcjrth C ^'.stident Highlpd Park 

iol'lbi ! ' ' ' ' 



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jJanfQjrth G H, student; Highland Park 

P. 



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CUSTOM MADE SUITS 

$15.00 AND UPWARDS 

316 SIXTH AVE. 



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)olice f ! res >yi3 Des 

Danfejls ' tfrederickl 'mol'der Wilson & 
i Stifle, re^ 604 e G rand ave. J ' 
Daniels IV iiss Jfva A '., Assi'Dr A KiBegun, 
brt£627 liyoii. ■ ; :' '!:" |.j ' J \ ■ . 
Ljan jels J hmek L, harness mkr, res 627 

Lyon, I j || • . .', .if!. ■!. ' j 
Daniels Miss |LolU, student DM; Col- 
lege, be sl7C 710 h; :| j ; 
Daniels IV ay (wid Alonzo), bds 312; w sp 
,Utn. < ; r r. !|- .. ■ •■ 
'«, Lanjels Sjphjn (wii Joha E), 1 r«JS 604 e 
!l ' tkjand live 1 . j . ;j " :':',■"■-' 
angels V jm t. , ids agt, res 1518; Grand 
ave. , j IJ- " ;j . ,'i '. -j ■• 
c ^anielsor i Belle, domestic 607 ie $th. 
r " Danielsor Emtaa, domestic 1424 9th, 
Danjelsor John F, miner, res 604^ 9th. 
Danjelsor Lenk, domestic 723 4f;h. ; 
Danielsou Matilda, domestic 7^3 [4th. 
, Danlelsoc Ottd, lab C, K I & P fe res 

i5tJ2 M{3 pie. ' j j r; ■ 

Diinielson Qtt<> E, ;arrife'r P|0> res 200 e 
. Grand j.ye." 1 I ; . r \\- '. i'\t\\ ; \ 
Danger Henry, student Highland Park 
Jollege , ; f ! 

nihy Katie] doa estic 1101 tyalh^ti. 
nish-]^ )r,We ?ian M E Church, pvtf cor 
Maple ; nd e 9th. , , > ; ' j f jj 
Wnier to.sepih, turner Capital City 
t 'lining Mill Co, bds 109 e GfrM'tve. 
MPOLONIA pETEJI, Wholesale land 
j Keiajl Dealer in Oigars and iMbacco, 
Grand O^erl He use $k 3iei.4th, l rms 

lipplliasblV ■ ' >■'■ [ I l i 
arihg Miss Clara, bkpr N-WfHblikess 
Pub Co, bdsll309 n 11th. ! \ 
ParhHarYy Bj cond D MSt R R Co,< res, 

loQOjDerMoinfes. . :,..■' » '. 
Darland Jcharjes A, .moved to South 
J|Behd t| |Qd.':|i ( T ]'■ •!■ ' 
yarrial| Alvai; miner Proctor Coal ? Co,, . 
.! re«| w sJCenterfSevastopdl). j ' : 
.Wall Cklebjlab, res w s Center (Se- 
va§topp)). I; ■ ■ ; - i . •]]:! . r\ 
Wall t Ayog, lab Nat Crack Br Co.fres 
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$pm CONTINENTAL ClOTHpf 8TOBE. 



jpaughenbabgh 
11 1 Cottagb Grovje ave. 
|})aughe|nl)augh['Missi Nettie 
jj Cottage Grove ave. 
au^he'nbaugh & Keefn(jr (Abraham jR 
Daiighenbaujrh, John F ; Keefner), 



rraw Robert L, trav agt Kingman & 
vjporus 609 10th. 

Dart Maria C (wid Will T), res 830 17th. 
Darlj Marietta (wid Wm) bds- 1304 
/'j, Center. ' • 

Op'iBrKOSWELL P, State Agent Na- 

tipjaa: Life Insurance Co of Mont- 

pelier, Vermont, 505 Youngerman 
V plk, res 224 College ave. {See left top 
1 cot\cards.) I , 

Darter (Andrew: (Darter & Goldsmith), 
■irm3 323 4th.f 

Dartur Henderson, printer, rms 1000 
i Ch3rry. ' J „ . 

Darter & Goldsmith ((Andrew Darter, 
/ , Alfred R G6ldsmith), restaurant, 323 
J^th;; ■ , 'j V , , | .' 
jpascbmb Harriet E (w id! Orlando), wks 
:| Kratijer 1 Cabiage Co, res 1000 Lyon . 
Patin Wm, yardman J K & W H 0il- 
|'lcresWre | s!l2i2e7th. 
PatzjHymah, tanner, bej^ 605 2d. 
p^ughenbaugh Abral ain F, bkpr, res 

^815 Cottage Grove ave. 
Dau^hebbauprh Abrahani R fDaughen- 
'Mbaugh & Keefner),-rek 2815, Cottage 
'" Gr6veave,*- .- | ?" 

( 'piug|henf)aughf Agnes (wid G T), res 

281(5 Cottage Grove av6. 

1 J ~ 1 " L ' Miss Jennie M, res 2815 



. grocers, j 924 Center. 
JOjatifaherty, see] also Doclierty, { Doherly 



res 28i5>2 



. una Dougherty. , 

paugp^rity Mis^ Daisy, subscription elk 
[; I la Homestead, rms 1111 Locust, 
augfcerty Edward C, driver U S Ex 
Co,[ bds 1034 10th. 
paugjh^rty Ellsworth L) cashier Pejc- 
\\ kins & Brinsjiiiid, rms 213 4th. , ! 
Paugh^rty Harry, moved to Lacona, 

■}■■ I»- 1- ■• ■ t 

Daugnert.t Maurice,, student IOWA' 
• iBUSINESS.COLLEOEi rms,720 6,th 
ave.." I l ■ s 




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PLumeiNG cc. 

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W. A. STEELE, Rroprte 

, 209 W. SO. 

AU 



or, Des Moines Stone Yard. 

THIRD S+REET. 



DES MOINESj CITY IIREOTORT. 



ARCHITECTS. 

[''iiiaiuMully rcsnonsiblf, i ! 

Thirty-lhv years fMH-nt'iirc. , ! 
Kcfcrcnri's:" Many hundred building through- 
out, the inUdli> ami \v':.ti>ni stall's. 
\V<: arc iKit p'/rl'cct but ue jiav fori our mistakes. 

i i i 

PARTIES DES.'ffING 'O BUH.D WILL 
DO WELL TO CALL AND SEE US. 

\xl. R. PARSONS <fc §ON, 

805 Cquitnble Building, 



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Daugherty Win A, messenger Am Ex 
Co, bds 4219 11th. <* 

Daughter ty Win H, music salesman, res 
754 9th.' ; 

Daugherty Wm, student IOWA BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE, raw 720 6th ave. 

Dauphin Alexander A (Terry & Dau- 
phin), res 1001 Grand ave. j ! 

Da-itremont, see also Deutremonb. 

Da tremont Miss Helen, bds 310 e 7th. 

DA t tremont John C, electrician, bds 
Ml\ e 7th. 

Da^ltremont Charles J, elk mail div P 
(), res 310 e 7th. ! 

Davenport Miss Alice, student JI0WA 
BUSINESS COLLEGE. 

pavenport Benjamin, foreman H II 
Sickles & Go, res 920 12th. [ 

Davenport Charles M, elk Mitchell 
Wagon and J I Case Plow Works Co, 
res 1080 10th. | 

Davenport Edward L, cigar mkr Laf- 
ferty Bros, bds 920 12th. | 

Davenport Miss Ida. elk la Nat Bldg & 
Loan Assn. bds 1029 12th. * I 

Davenport Narcissa E (col'd), bds 521 
School. ! 

Davenport Walter J, sec la Nat Bldg & 
Loan Assn. res Council Bluffs, |la. 

Davery Miss Georgia T, res 717 Park. 

Davey Mary J (wid Patrick), res 717 
Park. ! 

David John A, lab, res Hubbell 1 blk e 
of 10th. I 

David Joshua, teamster, res Hubbell 
nw cor 10th. 

Davidson, see also Davison. i 

Davidson Aaron, pedler, res 609 Lyon. 

Davidson Alpheus W, lab D M Lumber 
Co. bds Monitor House. [ 

DAVIDSON DEFIANCE B, Deputy 
State Treasurer, res 1353 e Grand 
ave . , } 

Davidson Joseph H. lab J BMcGorrisk, 
res 020 Madison (S D M). 

Davidson J 1), student Highland j Park 
College. ; 

Davidson J G, ins agt, rms 215 Chest- 
nut, i 



Davidson Laura A (wid Jonathan), ods! 
020 Madison (S DM).' *;[ 

ipavidson Mrs Maggie, bds 1338 e Vine., 
Davidson Charles L, printer, res 1428: 
Grand ave. • \ 

!)avidsob Saul, furniture, 315 Walnut,; 
res 108 e Grand ave. < 

Pavidson Wm F, driver h J Wells, tms 
\ 58i>' 7th. , , ■ ' i, 

Davidson Wm P. student IOWA BUSI- 
I NESS COLLEGE. . 

Davies Henry, elk C, R 1 & P By, res 
! 120 e 13th. 

Davies Henry C, sewing machine j.gt; 
\ res 1702 High. , 

Davies Thomad R, student IOWA BUS- 
! INESS COLLEGE, rms 438 Chestnut 
Davis Miss Adie, bds 122 e 3d- . | i 
Davis Albert, moved to Galesburg, 111. J 
Javis Rev Albert W, I moved to Chilli-, 
cothe, Mo. f 

)avisi Alice (wid Wm H), res over ^14] 

0th ave. \ 

Mis Allen E, jeweler T L Rogg ]bds 

1027 High. ' ' 

)avis Allen, student Highland Park 
■ College. 

Davis Alonzo, lab, res 1208 Buchanan, 
pavis Andrew S, res 2108 Woodland 
; ave. 

)avis Anna, domestic 1710 7th. 
avis Anna , student IOWA- BUSINESS 
COLLEGE. , 

avis Anna (wid Hejiry), bds 1117 12th. 
pavis Anna A (wid (Richard), res 1033 , 
! Peuna aye. ' , i 

pavis Arthur C, musician, bds 110^ e . 

I Court ave. 

Davis Arthur L, asst supt carriers PO, ' 
i res nr Clifton Heights. 
Davis Belle (wid Edward), bds 910 fth 
! ave., * jj ;;; 

Pavis Beujamin F.. lab, bds 1525 Lyon, {i 
Davis Bert C, draughtsman W R Par- V 

II sons & Son, bds 1322 e Grand ave. [i 
Davis Carl C, student Drake Uniwr- ,| 
[! sity, rms 1375 20th. ' ' , ' 
pavis Charity (wid Graham), bds 321 ; 
!;,Monroe(SDM). 

DavisCharles, brakeman C, R I & P Ifr, \ 
I: bds 122 e 3d. I f' 

Davis Charles, painter Holland & New, ^ 
ji bds 914 Locust. 

Davis Charles B, bkpr LM Maun, res 
[I 1328 7th. ' i : 

pavis Charles R, moved to Jefferson, la. \ 
.3a vis Charles F, farmer, res se i sec H 
I (Bloom field twp). ;■ t 

Okvis Charles, W, boiler mkr Io^ a 
j toiler Works, t bds 728 3d. ' i 




• 4 810 Eiyhth Street. 



SI ANDr SALT FISH 

IOY8TEBS, CLAMIJ AND L0BBTEB8. \ i 



> 



Telephone 33*. 




Davis i 
, Davis < 



Clair- 



DttlLZVBRBD IN ANY QUANTITY FOR TfJB JPZ7RPO«B OB 
OPERATING AWY AND ALE KINDS OF MACHINERY. 

DE? M0IHE8 ELECTRIC COMPANY, .• j : J. A. COLBY, General Manager, 
Officfc and Worses. 105 Obestnut Street. West Side. (See front cover.) 



DAY 



ffisjGedrgeiB, [printer 
1 leader, fms ft 06. High. 



Paris 

j Sliurmerl &' I]eag|e, 

i CIay](^ DM) 

W g i <ieo]-i«| W, c|k, 

'fand-ave' ' ' 



rf QUANT 
rY AND AL] 



JhgiV 



res 11007 



dressmkr, 1{J22 



pavis Ch tries W, pape 

,T 11th. . \ , I , ■ ■ i 

Chattie, bds JiL Gray, 
a, donpeJ tic 7^3 17thi | 
fcivis'Cla 1 '^nce, printer, bds 502 3d,. 
tavis Cla en'ce, lat $ B MeGorrisk} 212 

'•4th.- M . i ' \ ■ .< . , r- .■ ■": 

Javis C !5, student IOWA BUSINESS 

|. COLLEGE. | | !'/,.•!. F- > 
Pavis Danielj painter, 1 1117 12p,i res 
! same. | ' ! . 

pavis Dai iel E, l|a b King & "Kennedy, 
! res 725 ItiveVvieV. ; ; ! 
pavis Mis pelia, teacher Highland 
1 ! Park College, res 017 Qak Park;, ave. 
pavis Edvrardi A, loans, 303 la Loan & 
F L Trust bldg, bds : 169 22d! ' ; r : 
Pavis Edward C, bds el 17th, rie cor 
|i Walnut ,t • 'j - 

Datis lEdvardi C, piinter, res 1003 24th. 
Pavis Ed ward|L, pg inter, bds HSllyoir. 
Pavis iMiss Efli^, student, bds ip2|e 
| Grafciave. J I 'i 

Davis j Mis- Elizla, 
j Grand ave. ; 
Davis Eliz ibeth C (kid Chester), res 923 
.i: 23d. i ., ' ■ ■ ij. j i .,]■!■ 
pavis Miss Ellii, writer IXL reitaur 
dnt, rms 118 w so'Sth. 
)avisElla (eol'd), bdsilOlS 
Jayis jvirs Ellen, di essmkr 1 l>37 Gtjn ave, 
ires same . f j [ . ■ ■['.' 

)avis Elliott A. student Bisliop & Wil- 
coieh, bds The K irk wood'. . ' 
'ar}s Estier V, lab Nat Cracker Co, 
res34li:irnj| ' ' \|-.' ,,,! , , \-, 
'avis Flora, domestic 132B Mulberry. 
avis Miss 1 Florence, student ftrake 
University, bds ,5 725 University ave. 
Pavis Floyd, moveV to New Mexico. 
Davis; Fraiki bcls 2rand ave 1st e of 
r-Wftlmit Hill.i'i ' . 

favis Frank A. ell: State Ins Co, \ bds 

. ! woo lit*. , i t ! • 

' f)avisiFrai R.L, farner, res 1510 Linden. 

Pavis FraikO, bkpr Hawl^eye lis Co, 
. reb 1517 Hji'aye. i ' , , I 
Davs;Frank R, ell: M W GanitV; res 
pop e Maple. : :.• . 6| ! ■ 

WIS, -F.l'Y A K(OKER (Melville R 
|M PaVKsrJatoes W Fry, flUid A 
rfooker). Ticket I .rotters. £00 &L 
Jfavis QastDn Dj imtgr D M Trujnl: Fac- 
yry,; res 1900 lEaskoni ave. 



DES MOINES OITY DIRECTORY. 



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249 




UBINGf tbe past year |THE MUTUAL 
LIFE paid to its policy holders the' 



uni of $20,000,000, and since the Or- 
ization pf tlic Company in 1843 the 
enormoiiB sum of nearlyj $350,000,000. 
JIas paid to policy holders more for each 
dollar received than any other Company. 

L ; j FLEMING BROS., managers. 
Rooms 101 and 102 Iowa Loan and Trust Bid it 



(wid.Henry),res 1117 12th. 
carp^ layer Younker 



i)[8,vi8 Hannah 

tja vis Harry j 

.j Bros, rJ4.s I0p|e Grand ave 

IMvisMi^s' Hattie VJstenog C C & C L 

'•bourse, bds! 1108 f)th. 

ityvis, Ja ; jes (ci)Pd), mason» res 1015 B. 

I)avis James A; carp, res 1525 Lyon. 

Davis i/aue8 JB, trav agt Nat Cracker 

lCo t res 1503 llthJ 
Dkvis ^Ja nes E, fnach C G W Ry, res 

jiWjllth. I I ' ! ■ ,: 

^visjJamed.Iiforeniab C, RI & P Ry, 

res 820iPeniia ave. 

avis Jeff ersd:i|H (col'd), porter Savery 
[J House, res 1 315 B. 
Davis Mrs Je^pifc res 605 e Locust. 
Davis' Jqnnie, 
-[College.! 
Davis Jerbfae 



Th( 



D M 



G. , foreman Scofield, 
feg s ,s C!urve nr 



Ibds 210^ Wood 




student [Highland Park v 



\i, carp, ijes 1527 Lyon, 
'avis Miks Jessie, bds|1325 27th. 
►avis Joel p, ies sec J'O (8 D M.) 
'avis John, r& 1325 2'7^h. i j 

avis John, m her, ijeB '341 Pelton aye;, 
avis John J, jlawyeh! 303 la Loan alid 
Trust 'Wdg,|rei-ll4o ?£d. r 

avis Jo|hti M, elk J tes' 1100 e Court 
dye. l ) '•;;■■]';. 

Da^vislJohn ^V.rjioved tp Blythedale.Mo. 

Dalvis John W (jjpnes <S Davis), res over 
i(9Ch<W" h ' ,; 




9 Cherry, i '< 
id Jo|se|>h ] p; 



res 



barber, res 537 pth 

l|a> iej Joseph II.. ■flagman C G W Ry, 
lipt Cherry 'J , ' • ■ j i 

Wis Joseph 1 ' W, teamster !red 1220 

[school;, i] - ! ] ■■ 

Dak is J Baker, cond DIM, N & W Ry, 
s 820,Penija ave. j ' 
is Mrs Kutheriue, res 617 Maple. 
; ° Miss Kittife, waiter Savery House, 

'217 e 1st. : -i I ' 

Langdonjll, ticket agtD M U Ry, 

209 e 12th. j 

Lee, student Highland |Park-CoJ j 

IjaviS'JLee H t musician, 
'.nut.' ■' j 



Ptvi8!Miss Lillian, 



bdu 1008 v Wal- 
m'ov^d to Jefferson, 



COB. SEVENTH AND CHERRY BIS. TELEPkONE 6 

III ■' 1 ' ■■ ^i 1 : ■ 'T 



14. 



Gooney ft Wasson 



• i 



FOR 




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MAGAZINES JND LM BINDING, 

* 403 GODRT AVE. TELEPHONE 604. 



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DE8 MOINES CITY 



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DIRECTORY. 



,DAW 



w •£ 

* .XI 
CO N 

01 

^ © . 

tow's 

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Grajnt 

1? ry | & 1 
audi 



DURING a successful and bonorabl 
business career of over 43 years, l|h 
NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.. 
of Montpelier, Vermont, has neyer takei 
advantage of a lapsed policy holder ajnr 
has not been surpassed in dividend eaitn 
ings and payments. ! 

R. P. DART, State Agent^ 

505 YOUNQERMAN BLOCK. ' 

I I I; 

' ' ' ' 

Davis Mrs Lizzie, bds 408 e so 4th. | 

Davis Miss Mae, wks Merritt & Bus'hj 
bds 122 e so 3d. I 

Davis Martha, (col'd), bds lOlff B. \ i 
Davis Martin, farmer, res w 8 e 14th, 

so of Madison. , j 

Davis Martin J, rms 1502 Locust. i 
Davis Mary J, (wid Oliver), !)7? 24thj 
Davis Mary, domestjc Savery Mouse. 
Davis Miss Maud A« teacher 

school, res 1109 22d. - J 
Davis Melville R M, (Davis, 

Kooker), bds 1038 Penna ave. 
Davis Melvin, lab, res cor 19th 

Brooks. i »' 

Davis Milton, lab, bds 1527 Lyon. j 
Davis Minnie, dressmkr. res over $V3 

(jW-alnut. . ' | ! 

Davis M Grant, trav agt, res 1013 High. 
Davis Miss Nellie, moved to Rapid City, 

la. < : I ■ | 

Day, Neflid E, student IOWA BUSINESS 

COLLEGE. | 

Davis Oliver M, painter W P Hearty, 

res 704 2d. ; j 

Davis Oscar (Flannery & Davis) res 504 

e Walnut. ! 

Davis Patrick, res 217 e 1st. l i 
Davis Miss Pearl, res 110!) 22d. : I 

Davis Miss Pearl, teacher, res 1180 ijih. 
Davis Phoebe (wid Joseph B),j res 's s 

Grand ave 3d \v of .Jordan M Ej church. 
Davis Mrs Rachel M, bds 341 Pe ton ave. 
DAVIS It D (MeClure & Davis), res 1l80 

i)th. .(Sec outside back cover and page 

113.) , j 

Davis Samuel, moved to GalesburgJIll. 
Davis Samuel (col'd), lab, res 1503 Lyon. 
Davis Miss Sallie H. teacher Longfellow 

school, bds 1033 Penna ave. | 

Davis Miss Stella, teacher, bds 132537th. 
Davis Samuel A, rms 212 4th. 
Davrs jr.homas, moved to Jefferson, la. 
Davis [Thomas C, piano agt, res 13 

Grand ave. 
DAVIS 'THOMAS D, Musical JirebtorJ 

Highland Park College, res JL51T lOak 

Park ave. , 
Davis Thomas T, miner, res 1736 M4ple. 



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MORRIS S 60.. » 



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Davis Tracy (coP<i), bds 1015 B j 
Davis Walter, res 2725 University ave^ 
Davis Wells, teamster, res 122 e 3d. \i 
Davis Wm, moved to Jefferson Iai 
Davis Wm, miner Polk Co* Coal 

res s s Gretes (Sevastopol). 
Davis Wm, student C C C C, rms 

High. 

Davis Wm E, State Ins Co, res lOOjflltk. 
Davis Wm H, gardener, res Eueli I aye 

(Highland Park). ' , . , ■[ 
Davis Wm H,l baker -Homan & tyunn, 

rms over 612 e Grand ave. 
Davis Wm J, rms 1316 High. 
Davis Wm L, lab, res 1316 High. , 
Davis Wm O, elk The New Haber- : 

dasher, res 917 Grand ave. 
Davis W D, student Highland Parl| Col- 
lege. 
Davison, see also Davidson. 
Davison| Charles, driver Seth 'Buttler &, 

Co, res 608 Lyon. | 

Davison Charles L, printer N W HohY 

ness Pub Co, res 1428 Grand avei. 
Davison Clara P (wid Henry), res 019 

7th. ' i ; 

Dayison Frank S, jeweler, res 019 7th. ; 
Dayisob Judson A, moved to Logan, la. 
Davison Mrs Lizzie (col'd), laundress^ 

res 103 7th. .- ] \| 

Dayison Orondo H, sec an&treas Begif 

bing-Buttell Piano Co, real estate , 2QT* 

5ih, res 1243 9th. ,:, 

Davison Miss Rosetta, bds ,608 Lyo.i. l 
Dayisson Granville G, trav agt, 

1311 9th. 
Davy Benjamin L, student C C 

rms 1108 Locust. 
Davy Susanna (wid Peter), re's 4 

2d. i j 

Dawes Burtis E, elevator condgbkrn-; 

ment bldg, rms 413 5th. 1 . I 
Dawes Charles M, grocer, 207 Wa nut, 

reg 1012 3d. 
Dawjes Clai-ence L, student, bds 1012 3d. 
Dawes Edwin M, elk C Mi Dawes, res 

1012 3d. ] , i j | 

Daw3s Wilbur L, driver US Ek Cc 

11S6 4th.] 
Dawi Oscar, carp, bds 708 Center. 
Dawson Albert, lab, bds Stephen Daw- 
son. ' ] 
Dawson Charles M, butcher, res 1101 

Penna ave. • . » 

Dawsoq Elbridge J, bkpr la Sayings' 

and Loan Assn,,bds 519 Chestnjutl. 
Dawson Ella M (wid Lewis), res 1?14 l 

l^th. ; j \ 

Dawson Frank, express, res 1616 Lyon. 
Dawson George A, lab, res s s of Eas^' 
ten boulevard. ^ 1 



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Hay i- Commission • Merchants,; 

SEVENTH A&D FT. DODGE TRACK. TELEPHONE 406. 




h Davi'sor Propr, ?>l£dth. | J ; 



etus P 







D0ES M^RE; lb WA BUSINESS' THAN Aj|l£ OTHER 
M?W, EASTERN OR WESTERN. I 

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MOINES CITY DIBEOTOEY. 



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paivson Mrs 
J Beeile, real 

Jawson jamejs 



In ttte,l maniciire; C G 

115 laurel'.' . J 
¥, blfcsmith, • 1$17 6th 



ave,;rea3027,4th. | i 
Jawspn.John A, n&inerLrea39 CdalHill 

I (sDm;; r . * J'*; V J : ■;■ 

Dawson Joseph N. marble cutter] D M 
,. Marble &|Mante Co, res 611 Hifeh. 
Jaw'sdn Vlartin, I sexton St Ambrose 

church, res ill High 
UW^ON PHILErUS -P, Propr Dawson 

Hardware Cp, re 3 13#1 Grand ^ve. 

AW^ON SAMjUEli BjISuptj Damascus 1 

Steel Co, JHPY elt 3 Broke ^ 588 6tn ave, 

ressarao. ' 
Jawson Stephen, lab, res Four Mile 
T crossing, (E D M|). 



DAWSON 



THOMAS C, (Hume &| t Daw- 



son); A$st'Atty Genl; res Council 
BluffsJ 

•ay,, see 



J. i. 



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6th. 



soDey. 
y Albbrt H, tireihan, bds 722 e 
y A E) student Jllgnland Park Cc4 
lege 

ay Char es, | farmer, res Brookes s of 
fairgroinds. ! j • 

ay Cbarl ^s W, la ), bds 1344 Wal^en / 
ay Edith], student) Highjand Park. Cc 1 



New Yoik i Life fe Go. 



OF NEW YORK. j 
:. L. DUDLEY, <beii. Ag't, 

202 IA. L & T. BUILDINQ. 
E LEAD! LET OTHERS FOLLOW! 



1 



Day Jane (Wid (Matthew), boarding, 204 

ii'iBjSiH.'- ' I'.:,'- -I ' i . ! ; 

Day John, res; 815 Center. 



lege. 1 
Day EdWd, elk 

e Court ive. 
l[)ay Miss Dannie 



A Matthew | Day, res 510 



$U stenog Lewis Ia- 
vestnientCo, bds 51? 7th. 
Day France's (witf John ^A), resi 1344 
] Walker. . . j ,> <-',' i ; 

DAY. FRA ^K A, Propl- Iowa. Box Fac- 
j tory, res ,722 6th. l\ / ; ■ i • 

Day Fran! P, student Highland Park 
I College, i ; ' . ■ , ! 

WGeorgj L,| st Accent Highland Park 
I College.. | j ■ :i ■ ■ , , • ( I 

tyay Georgft H, bkqlnder |\\fatterf Tal- 



bott Prin 
cor 4th 



;ing Co, bds. Grand ave aw 

lj)ay Georgfe W, driver U S Ex Co; ,rms 

218 4th., !■ ,' I ■. • | ; V 

hy G«lorgd Wi, driver J HiMcCord, res 

, 1S3G hValkerT :[- ' ■ " ." 'h 

PAY IlARUY B (Day i Barge), re 3 1305 



'•M. i(Sej par/eclcssijled 
plies.) ' 



Electric Sup- 



fray Henrjt carp! r^s 412 A so 5th.; 



,|ay Henh^l P, f c r lk[i ^ DJay, r.es^'e 



hj James- G (^ill|i)s & Jpay), re^ 1305 



Day John. M, lawyer land real estate, 
'^OOfeSth^restoelith. •" 

Day John W, qarp, res 3125 5th. 

Day John Wj ifeal estate, 218: 5th, res 
\\ m 16th; .1 j | 

Day Luther, janitor E JD M High School, 

;resl4l|3 Walkpif. I j ■ 

Day Mip Mary A, teacher 'Webster 

schorOlj res 614 u 6th. , . 
Day Matthew 1 , cirara and^ tobacco, J21 
■'"'b ,5th, res 508 fe Court av'e. \ 
Vii Nathan F (Day &!Bottenfield), re/s 
I :^4th ne cor Un versity ave. l 
Day Miss lNellieK, stenog M $ Jordan, 
t , bds 51$ e 5th J , 

Day OrrinjF, dipntcher C|& N W Ky, 
res836jqmalli T 

Day Ostie D. student 

i College. 
D$r Roburti R, bds 423 e 11th, 
Day Rollii, lab, res 1620 High. , 
DHy;Samuel (Hirmaii & Co), res 115 w 
'Uio6th.| j- ' I' 

Day WmlH,. driver, ^da 412 e so 5th. 
4>4f W4 M, [feabinetl mkr, res 902 

1MAY & e i^ARGE (Harry B Day! Lewis 
L Barge). Electricians, 419 6th ave. 



Highland Park 



(See pagt classified 1 Electric Sup- 

ies.) \ \ ■' [ ' j I 
y & Bo[ttdnfieJd (NjF [Day and Win H 



plies 

ottentield), nleat marlket. 2324 North 
Dkyton Ira M, cpnd C <& N W Ry, res 

j jlth 8e|!cor Capitol av^. 
myton jMiss J Minnie, i student St 

| Joseph is Academy, j ' i 
Divton Seth H, farmer, ;res ne i sec 14 

iUfeloomHeldtWp). ! !■ 
Dfocey Wm, switchman C, R I & P Ry. 
: |bds 10910th ayb. , .| ■ .:. 
Deacon: i see also\ Deakiri. 



jD£acon Anderson M,! lab, res 604 e so 

Djeacon David \JW, lab, res 604 e so 6th 
Deacon Lorenzo E, lab, res 604; e so Otfi 

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to James G, student D |M College res 

4^^ ! [■:' j 1 if' ' ■ \ -\t 

tlpJall Co. w»f ^^M^ imi ? s - 



BOS! ON HOT RATE 





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RATTRAY & CO,b 
606 Walnut Stijeet 



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F.W0LC01T WEBSTER, 

PHOTOGRAPHY, 

411 Walnut St. 

DES MOlNEf \kl 

— — T 1 

Deacon Sarah (wid Wm), res 604 e so 
Oth. 

Deakiu Charles 1) H, cond D Jft St:R R 
Co, res 512 e 13th. 

11 R Co. 

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DEC 



HI w ! Deakin Edwin \V, cond D M St 
jy g! res 1441 Des Moines. 

■■ g i Deakiu John H, motormau D IV: 
|L S ! Co, res 008 e 13th. 

H | Deakin Thomas J. res 512 e 13th. 
Q » i DEAKIN T EI^IEK, Grocer, 1454 Des 
' Moines, res 1447 same. 



^j. t ~ '■ Deakin Mrs V May, bds 1532 e Grand 
^4 , live. 

© I Deakin Ward A. elk T K Deakin; bds 
X ~ ! 512 o 13th. i " 

Q ~ Deal Miss Blanche, student, rms Rev 
« 5 Robert J Tennant. ; 

K e DealJulia M (wid John K), res 1432 10th. 
m § Deal Lauren K, elk, bds 1432 10th. . 
r -^ Dean Anna (wid Abram S), res James 
11 Dean. 
Dean Miss Anna, teacher Webster 

school, res James H Dean. I 
Dean Charles," driver W Henderson, bds 
1212 Center. l ' i 






Dean Daniel H, trav agt, res ^113 i)th. 
Dean Frederick' W, dentist, 50^Ypung- 

erman blk , rnis 1)15 4th. i 
Dean Jacob H, eng Wabash R R, res 

1415 WfMiufc. h i ■ 

DEAN JA1ESH, Alderman 7th ward, 

City Hall, res 11 s Dean ave, near 

Eastern city limits. 
Dean Kirk, trav agt Columbus Buggy 

Co, res 1419 8th. i I 

Dean Murray F, bkpr, rms 915 4thJ 
Dean Miss Nellie K, teacher Baker 

school, res James H Dean. ' 

Dean Newton A, machinist, res 11218 

Buchanan. ; : 

Dean Oliver, lineman, res 1410 ' Ly^n. 
Dean Rachel (wid John S), res sw £ sec 

25 (LT). ' 

Dean Susie, student, res JameslH Dean. 
Dearborn Charles, brakeman K V ji& D 

Ry, re*s over 325) e 5th. 1 
Dearden ({race (wid David), res e s w 

so Dth, 4th s of Elm. | 



!:'.;,';::: GHAS. B. Kill Sine. 

.Apply to '— 



Dea|rden Lillie A, .wks Merritt *& Bush| 
res Mrs Grace Dearden. j .1 ;■ 

Dearden Wm, lab, res Mrs, Grace Deaf- 
den. ! 

Deardorff Eli W, ; miner Bloomfield Q& 

,M Co, res 708 e ! so 7th. I !' 

Deariuger Albert H, bkbinc er Carter $ 
1 Hussey, res 1023 e G 'and ave. { \ 

Dearinger Henry C, triv agt, resilj>23.e'' 

(*rand ave. . ' . 

Dearinger Miss Tillie, bkbinder Carter 

& Hussey, res 1623 e Grand ave. 
Deafrth Alice, teacher Oak Grove' 

School, bds svv | sec 19 (Blobmfield}. 
Dearth Allen, bds 1911 Mill. | I 
Dearth Sylvester I, elk Ry M S, bds 4Q3 

5th. V I' 

Deasy Dennis, lab, res 312 Allen, i j 
Deaton Daytlon, lab C, R I & P Ry, res 

521 Scott. '•! L 

Deaton James A, elk Frank Kuble, res 

1383 e 12th. J | r ! 

Deaton John W, lab Mitchell Wagoti 

and J I Case flow Works Co, btfs 

1103 Scott. . • I I 

Deaton Lewis W, elk C, R t& P Ry, 



res 4li5 e so 9 th 



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Deaton Lorenzo E, lab C, R I & P Kf, 

• res 004 Scott. . J. 

Deaton Noah^M, res 34th ne cor Fbrd| 

aye. • ' ' ' I ,' • 

Deaver Albert A, cond (f G W Ry, rms 

over 623 Walnut. I '■' \[ 

De Biaggjo Dominico, elk F De, Biaggia,. 

bds 820 Clay (S D M). ' I 

De Biaggio Frank, grocer,. 820 CIs.y (S. 

DM), res same.' . .!■ 

De lioest Joseph, sec foreman, res 1323 

\Vlluut. ■ " V - 

]>E ISOIS «-F, Sec Bell Hernia T ..-eat- 

ment Co, res Omaha, Neb. '(Seelejt 

top lines.) ' ' ? 

Debois Samuel, groon) 817 Pleasant 
Debolt Miss Addle, bds Mary Debot. ;, 
Debolt Charles L, gardener, res nwl 

sec 20 range 24 (Bloomfield ! twp). 
Debolt David, 1 driver Perkins,.& Brins- 
' n aid. : b(JSj223 Monroe (SD M). I t 
Deilolt Mary (wid George), res ClarKson, 

■ttyeSd e of 19th. |' 

Ddbolt Wm H, teamster, res 223 Mon- 
t rie(SDM). .i '■ I ' ,■ 

DrBooy Harry, wks Kenyon H|<iycle 

Mnfg Co, bds 314 School. I 
\Peckllra E, elk Bankers Life As^u, rms 

713 7th. v I 1 • , 

Decker Elza H, trav agt Fuller, &JfM; 

son Mufg Co, res 1174 W ley (D)l 
Decker GustavusA, lab, res ll00P^ Da 



ave. 



DeB Moioes, State flgent 



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Jefcourse, if James L J ha^nessri^kt ; D M 

Saddlery Coj rms 2ljE^change|blk: 

JeCourse, j Matthew, | ( [tt.hog IafPifihting 



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)e(iberry Andrevy ((col'd^ carpj r^s 1338 

lies Mo: pes. ! '" 
)e]imond i Bebjanhiri (c6l'd). plabterer 

bds 14i< Buchan hi., , ' ■ : : 
)ee George E,j rea^l est, 

ave. 
Jeeds Fra'nk'M, adft |Me 

Ins Co, res Ik^Od 0th. i i « i 
3eemer Jioies Hj supt UFair Grounds, 

ressami. , '■! ! J ' j'; ' \ 

Jeemer Jasepn, foreman CO Electric 

'Light C5,re$62S Walker, i ; 
DEEKINd VfM& CO, O D Caijnds Gen 

eral Agmt, Harvesting} Machines and 

Binding Twine, :503 Court am 
, peets Ellis B, jara.eri, ba> Fair we sw 

cor pes Moines, i j ; 
* DeetsL Clarence, Sec and Tr<ia j. Crys- 
tal. OiUndGasbine Cb,.#es lQ03'Lo 

- |ciutf. .-. |'T; " .v ( 

l)eets Nos ,h, farme r, res 

DesMo n63.| V : 
DeetsWm A, fapier, be 

DesMones.j ' ; . 

Deets Win B, harbor itsaj.B Beauchanip, 
1 rins 100 J Locust. .; ' |. 
De For Edward F, painter Holland & 

jNiew, r(s.lp35.14thj 
De Fori . Edward ** 

derson.Jlbds 5.212 
De Ford ] tymfc, rejai ! fest 

De Ford Nelson E3j 

Short} (Kg vaq'topol), 
De'Ford thoraas JJeng 

Co, Jres vv. s bf SI ort (Se 

De Frf Wm (age 76;,; lied JuW 23d, 

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De Poire* t Mac "3, real , _ _„ 

Loan and Tifust bldg, his Bp>th frw jcor 
North. . i : ■ f , ; . . v r .^ I ;_ 

De Fijancj Ca dwollj driver, res 0l0i6ih 

ave ' " 

DE , FRANCE CH^RLE^ 

France Vinjegai' and; 
and; Enterprise Staam 
Chemicil Wprki , 1&9 to 
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f; WORKS, Charles De France, JJlana- 
.Iger' 119 to, 123je Walnut. 

D13 Garnao Charles W\ ktudent Drake 
/ jtrniyersity; pi 1241 pdfch. ! 

Di3 Garmo Miss E Jane, ris 1241 29th. 

fee GarmotMiss Jessie I M teacher, ires 
{ni24ji 2dth«. ■ l l | : '/' "i 1 I- 

tip Garmo, Louisa J (Avia Wilson), res 
^ 124129th. • .'■ 

3J3 (SjarraoMiss Lutie, jtutlent C C C C, 
!,:resj 1241 29th. 

De Gpn Miss Eessie, mngr millinery 
}j.;dej't jHarris-Pmery Co, bds Sabin 
iHoise. I t . I .J ■ 

f tfrate ^Alfred (colfd), lab, res 792 
r,, Center. . j , ' ■ I ; 1' 
^GfoftWm J; painter -Willis & Sar- 
figerit, re'sto 13th. 1 ' f 
W Haan Christopher/ (C De Haan & 
v' Col res720 8t^h.. ; , [ 
ipi3 H ian C, & Co (Christopher De Haan, 
j\ Art h(ur ]j3 Rice), barbers' supplies, 408 
-."r Locust, j ' '| j. ' !__ 

t)i3 Haan Harriet, pribter D' M Daily 
:<i'- Neivs, rmsl.823 Mulberry. 
D^ Hfeck Catherine, domestic 619 4th. 
JDj) Ife'rt H E, studenj; Highland Park 
' pollege. ■ «- i 

;!De Haven Grant, tel opi* DMU Ry, 
['''(raw 701 Park ave. 
lj)(3hlfn Philip, i painterj Holland & New. 

[res 80 e Grand avei ! | 
t)eib(j)ld, scelDiebold. ■ .1 ■ . ! / . 
Wgnan Frank),- student |C C C C, bds 

Deihj lilanche, stiident Highland Park 

;\ [College. ■ < .'' | ! 

Deihl Noah W, farmer, ros nw i sec '30 

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BUSINESS COLIVECfE. 



|pt? f Jiirjiette^John W, 6arp, rej 811 10th 



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A 6 F>ER CENT. INVESTMENT. 

New York, March y\ 1893. 

In 1873 I took out Tontine Endowment Pohqy No. 
78,620, with the Equitable Life Assurance Society 
of the United States, for $5 t oocyand have paid, in 
all, §4,768 in premiums to the Company. 

On the maturity of the Endowment the Con pany 
paid me S7.985.20 in cash. W. A. Ross. 

This is a refum of all the premiums paid, and interestbn the 
fttiae at ihc rate of 6 J* per cent, per auuuui \ 

LEE B. DURSTINE, Manager, 
Equitable Bldq., Des Moines, I a. 

De Jarnette Joseph W, elk Jaquith, 

Rawsouuft Jaquith, res 811 10th. 
l)e Jarnette Miss Wary, res 811 10th. 

Delahaunt Miss Aggie L, res 1019 4th. 
Delahunt Andrew: upholsterer Schi^iitt 
& Henry Mnfg Co, res 1019 4th. 

Delahunt Frank A', elk C G W 1 Ry, 

1019 4th. 
Delahoyde Harvey, cutter A O B rougher, 

rms 508 3d. * j 

Delamer Alfred N, painter Redhijad, 

Norton, Lathrop Co, 607 Locust. 
Delamar Win J, lab, res Clifton 
* 6th s of Kirk wood, j 

DeLancey Miss Gertrude, saleslady 

Harris-Emery Co, res 1519 ,e Grind 

ave. 
Delaucey Mrs Jennie, dressuikr, 

1519 e Grand ave. } 

DeLander Charles A, elk Olsen & N 

ton, rnis 502 Maple. | J 

Delaney Johu, real est, res 131]9 e 7th. 
Delaney Nicholas, lab, res 1524! e Wal- 
nut. ' I- 
De Lay Anna (wid John)j res 11028 

Woodland ave. ' 

De Lay Henry, grocer, 757 9th, res 022 

Scott. 
De Lay Miss Kate, bds922 Scott. 
Dell John,' mach D M Mnfg & Supbly 
rw4.v0, bds 90 e Grand ave. 
Dell Joseph, res 90 e Grand ave. 
Dell Louie V, wks D M Malt House, 

bds 308 e 17th. , I 

Dell Miss'Mattie W, seamstress TIL- 

DEN'S SHIRT FACTORY, res &)8 

Maple. j 

Dell Moses, lab, res 808 Maple. [ 

Dell Thomas 0, harnessmkr, res 808 

Maple. | 

DeLong Frank L. driver N D M Ice & 

Coal Co, bds 1535 7th. j ' 

DeLong Frank L, lab, bds ns R R ave 

bet 7th and 8th. ■ . _ I 

DeLong J Wm, wks Liverpool & D M 

Packing Co, res w s e 16th 3d n of C. 

B&QRR. I 

Debug Lee J, oil pdlr, bds 1 906 Wal- 
nut. 



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Delong Solomon,| lab, res n s Railroad 
ave bet 7th andi8th. 

Delong Walter' F, farmer, res n s jWooi 
land ave, nr 28th. • ; 

Delong Wm, wks Nat Starch Mnfg Co, 
njs flake ave sw cor Wabash (Chested 
tiki). • | 

De [Looze Gerhard C, hatter Hawkejie 

at Co, rms 1209 Locust. 

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De Louis Miss Oetavia, music teacher, 
bds 1230 0th ave. j 

De: Mack Albert, miner, bds 1435 Capi- 
tol ave. I 

Deming Belle (wid Charles R), teacher 
Lincoln schpol, rms 55 The Iliad. 

De moss Clarence W, student, bds Hotel 
De Moss. | ; 

De Moss ^Vm. proor Hotel DeMoas 310 
*E (Court ave. I '' \\ : 

De Moss Wm, teamster, res 503 Laurel 

De Moss; Wm Jr, teamster, res 503 
Laurel: . I ' ( | ". 

De Moss Wm O, nurseryman, res 1104', 
:\ Locust. ' | 

Demott .Margaret, student, Highland 
; * Park college. i 

'Denipsey John S, driver CharleslHewitt, 
; res 105 Grand ave. i - t i T 

IDempsey M David, watchman € W 
i Ry, bds Hotel Logan. J 

;Dempsey Mrs M David, housekeeper 
Hotel Logan, res same. ' . L , 
Dentpster Frank A^ eng C G Wpy, 
re^ 716 Locust. ,i j ! 

Djempster Robert, I Presi The Robert 
'Dempster Co, res 831 4th. i i 

DEMPSTER ROBERT CO (THE) Robert J 
Dempster , Pres and Treas, Charles 
Sellner, Vice Pres, John Yerran Sec, 1 , 
Photographers' Supplies, 411 Court i 
ave. ! • ' , j ■■ 

DEMUTH CHARLES F, Agent Amen 
j can Express Oo, res 513 7th. ' j 
Denaman, see also Deihnan.' i ■;■: 

JDenaman Henry, res 614 Maury. J 

JDenbon Frank, lab, rms 9 9th. 
iDenelsky Thomas (Denelsky &.Jacbb-it' 

son)„res 116 Grand ave: 8 j. i 

Denelsky & Jacobson, (Thoma3 Den-i 
elsky, Solomon Jacobson), second- 
hand goods, 313 Court ave. 
Denhagen John C B, gardeuer, :es 
Franklin ave (Sevastopol). . 

Denison E B (wid J W), res 1C36 Bth 

ave. i 

Denison Wm S (W S Denison & (fo),re3j 
! 10^6 6th ave. j ■ 

Denison W S & Co (Wm S Denisdn) t | 
! whol fruit, 204 Court ave. ! | 



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ESMEH WANTED. 



CAPITAL CITY NURSERIE 
| C. L. WATROUS. 

! COR. SIXTH AND MUIiBEBRY. 



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MOINES 



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"5 M WapBr^Qrljs Go^s s s frranc 
ave necar 36th. 
ijenman Henry;' -rbataurant, 31 8| 4th, 
rnisGlol>eBlk. i' I 

Denney, svcJJevny. 
DENNIS ADOPH 4 




SOLID, SAFE 

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UUJ . .US S,| I Sec Duplex 

Typewriter Co, -pi's. 925 ^chbol. li JSeei 
back bomof\')om and classified\Type- 
writer Mnfrs.) \ ' \'-,\ ,'■.., \ ■{ 
Dennis Albert. Doilcr mkr.jbcjs 6p€ Hill 
■! Bide ave (S D M). ' |: ; I. 
DenuifuAbert, miner, rdsj 424 H llside 

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DenniliAnclrew, bo ler inkr C G W Ry, 

|resO[.»6l[nimdeave|SPWk' It ; 

I>enni^ Ca 'oliU (wi d Wm). res 708 8th. 

I ennis Ml is Enima, stenog, bda708 8th J 

iWnis.Fnderica (vid Loren), res over 

1419 9th. ' ::'' ' , J . : i 

I ennis Miss • Iaurj,, ] stenbg, bds 1307 
Grand a r e. |, I '■ : | : 

ennis Ly nan W, elk Redhead, Norton 
LdthropCo, l)dsV08 8t!hJ! j , 

Dennis Ml s Minnie J tealcher Highland 
Park C6 lege, res 708 8tb[ ■ | 1 1 i \ 
Dennis Omemd J (wid ; Samuel B),, resi 



Jl'ilhth r 
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Hail, rei 829 
Dennis Wi a 
Forest, ave. 



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i I^enn)* Al d ert EL stddBnt Highland Park 
jCollegeJ ■ '' - ,,. ' . ; •! 

IfENNY C* [AKKE& M Superinte iderit; 

of Agenjts TWe Equitable Life Assuf-; 

ance Society bfthd US) res 421J29th.i 
Denri^hsrles U, Prof of Latin t>rakei? 

Universiy,r(is 10)0 25th: '? 

Penny Chr stopbfcr 15; trav agt, reM004J 

DennyElzjiM, nssgt, reb 1624 4tk. 

Denny ;Grc eh W (oPd). ;hostlerJ 18th 
iSwcQtrG-dndave. - : ' l • l : 

Denny Haryfey t. cl c mailing diVi P O, 
; resJ3l6 5».T t ■ ;i >,':•' ■ I j ■ 

^ennyHar^y M, 'p 1 )licy^ elk the Equitt 
I able I 1 LifjJ Assurance! Society of the 1 
•ill 8, res: 6244th: ■: } f ■ *■ 5 

penny Joseph, carp bdd W e lOt 



Dennf MisiMarKr, tehcher 

Elsies 5th. 
Denn| | Th jmag 

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PewJJohn B,)e^k Ry lit S, res 833 e 
Granc ave.> , j ' | 

PejvJNathaniel (De Pew & De Pew) p 

.ijtjes^l^ e. Locust. ; . 

DelPejviOtis O (De Pew & De Pew), res 
w!4jl4. e Locust, r ! 

De|PeV&|De Pew(Nathaaiel and Otis 

j;0). ^illiard Ha^l, 414 elocust. 
D$ I Pew Melissa (widThdn i as), rnis over 

mr i Walnut, j . j 
U^jPe v R C, student Drak e University, 

i;rms 1156 24th. j T . ! ; . ; 

De| P iy Bmersbn! ninjji Mail Order 

IDept parris-Emery ,Cp, res 1610 7th. 
De! R,eimer Win, swiltcnim.nJrins Hotel 

\' l llogiii. '■■'■> -,"| ! j 

Des Liuries Edfcar A, ted 1017 e Walnut. 
Des Lauriers Joseph H, lit hog la Print- 
1 1 ibg Co, bds 411 Walnut | j 

ms i Koines AMim mm and 

TBISfRIBUTtNG AOE SC Y, 5 L P 
HSpripg^r Mngr,' 611 ! Ibxra Loan and 

, i Trust pidg. : 

D$» Moines Artisan (The), C W Phillips 
pub, 712 Grand ave. ,. 1 . . . 

DKS MINES BEEF C0 t Dealers in 

jDre^sed Beef, Poifk, Rlutton, Veal 

and kll Packing Hous 3 Products, W 

ip Wfiipn e y Mngr, w so St i se cor Vine< 

S MOINES BOX W0RKS, J E Al- 

rich Prok>rJ 220 2d. (Sue page 1%8.) 

1)^8 MOINES BRICK flpiFtt. CO, S A 
Eobmson Pres,' MaHin Kl^nnVice- 
^res] George A Dissmore Sbc and 
Treak,|l00 5th.. N | 

Jit 8 MOINES BUGGY CO, Ull ffitrom 

i llP'res/ 6th ave ne cor Mul jeri'y. 

DES MOINES CARPED pUSIipANft 
(IJEATHER RENOVAOTG WORKS, I 



Grant s^popl, 
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tfrimWings, 421 e 5thU j 

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207i209 FOURTH ST., IDES MOINESy MWA. 



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last Fourth arid Eourt Ave. 

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Full information will be cheerfully funiNhejd by 
F. B. ALLDHEDOE, Gea'l Agent, I 
ELLIOT S. MILLER, District Sup' t, 

20, ai, 22 Office Block, DES MOINES. IONVA. 



DES MOINES CITY HALL, Locust! mv 

cor 2d. ' • | 

Dos Moines Clearing House Assn, W G 
Lucas pres, J (t Hounds sec, 500 Wal- 
nut, ' | 

DES MOINES CLUB, Alonzo J Nujtter 
Mngr, 423 Grand ave. 

DE& MOINES COAL .MINING CO, Ed- 
ward Turby Pres, CH Morris Sec and 
Treas, 50 and 51 Office bldg. [See] 
left bottom lines.) j j 

Des Moines College, Rev Herbert L 
Stetson pres, A B Price sec, Dili | cor 
College ave. \ j \ 

Des Moines Crematory, John P Cross 
supt, e s J)th «r Kim. | j 

Des Moines Cycling (Hub, Alvah (treed 
sec, 500 5th. ! 

DES MOINES DAILY NEWS, jDe 
Moines News Co Publishers, 205 J5thj 

DES MOINES DAIRY CO, John ^ Holi 
land Pres, Lee II Cordry Viee-Pre$ 
and Mngr, 713-715 Grand ave. (Sed 
•page 140.) i ! 

Des Moines Deaconess Home, Miss D £ 
Church supt, 1107 Center, j i 

Des Moines Driving Park, Christophe 
Huttenlocher sec, office 200 Youngerj 
man blk, park bet C, R I & P Ry and 
Coon river, e of Greenwood. J 

DES MOINES ELECTRIC CO, Frqd 1) 
Goode Pres, B K Sunny Vice Pres, Jf 
A Colby Sec, Vj F Newell TreasJ 105 
Chestnut. (See outside cover land 
right top lines ) . J 

Des Moiues Elocutionary Institute 
Mrs Lottie Askland propr, 623 Waif 
nut. ! j 

Des Moiues Equalizer Co, F G P&yne 
pres, James T R Green sec, 210 \v so 

lst.i ■ '■ : I 

Des Moines Excelsior Works, George S 
Nickle pres, A J Small sec, W S 
Small treas, e 3d bet Market and 
Vine. . j . I 

Des Moines Face Cream Mnfg Co (Thel 
Win J Vandike pres, Cephus D jCocj- 
dington sec, George W Shope treas,* 
Albert O Smith mngr, 310 e 5th. | | 



DES MOINES FENCE CO (The), l|avid 
K McFarland Pres, Horace McCor- 
mickSec, 416 to 420 e 1st, 'I ;»■ 

DES MOINES FIRE INSURANCE CO, 

Assets $400,000, J G Rounds Pijes.S 
A Robertson Vice Pres, J H Merri|l 
Treasurer, J S Clark Sec, office Com- 
pany's Building, 405 Court ave. \(8k 
right top lines and jront page XL <\ 

DES MOINES FUEL AND LIME CO, 

Perkins & Perkins Proprs, 511. Mul- 
' berry. " ! l 

DES MOINES GLOVE WORK& Herr 
man & Cownje Proprs, 312-314 Court 
ave. V I ■ 

DES MOINES HAT WOIfcKS, |C A 

McNall Propr, 416 6th ave. (Sit- 
page 140.) 

Des Moines Hay and Coal Co, [Fred 
Brinckman, propr, 901 Locust. 

Des Moines Home for Friendless t'hil- 
dren, Miss" M V Hetherington bafron, 
2018 High. j 

:des I Koines house, Lbwnz 111 

Propr, ao'l to 111 e Walnut. 

DES MOINES ICE COj Horace ETeach- 
out Pres, M T V Bowmati Vice-pres, 
John J Town Treas, Win G r Jfown 
Sec, Vine se cor 9th, office 4184th. 

Des Moines Labor Office), A N MoteJ 
propr, 416 Walnut. 

Des Moines Laundry.J W Toussainti 
propr, 219 Court ave. j 

DES MOINES LEADER, THE (Dailf 

and Weekly), Henry Stivers Propr 
and Publisher, 420 Court ave. (Su 
page 102.) 

DES MOINES LIFE ASSOCIATION, 
C E Rawson Pres and Genl Mngr 
Hon G L Dobson Vice-Pres, P. 
Wright Treas, Mrs L C Rawson Sec, 
Walnut se cor 8th. (See right top 
lines and front pages XIV and XV.) 

DES MOINES LINSEED OIL WORKU 
Han J y E Ankeney'Klngr, e 4th sW cor 
Vine. 



DRAKE & BUSSEUE 

Gravel and FeRRpoirs 

We make n speciiiltv of Siiluwulks ijnd Urtf"- 1 )' 
using thb famous "Gils^mye," »h« "j"* 1 . 
Asphalt. known Tor this class of worK. ' 

Office, 200' Fifth Street, tcungerman plo^ 

ROOFING MATERIAL FOR 
SALE AT LOWEST PRICES. 

SOLS AGENTS FOR "GlLSOHlTt'"^ 



f 



Western White Bronze Co., 



tES MOINES IOWA{ 

"Best Material of the Age 
for Monnments."--Science. 



Home Savings Bank, 

i n ! Ides'- ■ I ' des 



T woMiJLt, fp'i , Ex-State Trpaiurcr , pjfo Cap(Ul, $& 000. 

TjBACHbuTi.Flf e-j W, Presjt pes Moines Ice Co j SttHJlllS Ui P: OfitS, 
iliLLEn, ffasnier ^x-Deputy County [Treasurer. $[0,000 



tfOINESl l (HTY piEECTQRY. 



ih; i 



j)ES MOINES LOAN ANt) ^RUST v COl 

j E SWisiard Preu, L W Good& ViceJ- 

i Tres) (I R Jcnes Se,cj Simon Casady 

Tr33k 410 l'Jocust. -;■:■'; i' ^ 

AeSjImOINES -LUMBER ^O, 

IWara-en Pies, I M:;Earle 

jPrejsl fc F fcrouty Ureas, 

WaH-eu - SeA. ' T " J "i Welch 

Sunt 1 , Manufacturers of Nativ< 

ber^l51)-1530 Mulberry] (Se 

I clatistfieci Lumber peattrs).- 

Des Moines Mait House, John S. 
subi.e'UJth cjr S3ott. ': 

Des iloin is "JM aiidoUn flub, 
Siegel lender, 604 Walqut, I 

1>ES MOINES MN)?G.' AND SUPPLY 
.-..a , ^- r McDorinkl feres,; 

ight Sec, John E 

eci> George IJar- 

and i Treas, Mill! 

and,:ivvqr^s 1 )1 toj 

(See! page opp. 

klassified MadhineVy Miifrs.)\ 

1)»ES MOINES IfAKBLE ANDMASTLE 
CO, J M Graham Pres,' E B Gun&rum 



CO i Nicholas 
Gardner Y 
McDonnell Afest 
rett Manager 
Furnishers, Offiel 
121 e Court iavi 



Co, 

'Itourt 



Japi 
R 



Sec, Josfe^h Kirscher BiiptJ 
705 Locus t. • I ! j 

Djejs Moinos MJoxio Nerve; FoGc 
Thomas W Henrjr mngr, li0 

ave. | ' , ,' : . .■ ■> \ ■;■ \ 

DES MOINUS NATIONAL BANK, 

tal $MQ, WO, •jSui.-blual $45,000. 
Weljslagt r. Pres,i C H Getchell 
-,a Ciarkson-Viee West's, G M 
nolcfe Cashier] Walnut :s e icbi 
i(See ( embossed linz back cover 

DES 1 MOINES j 
^UILDip, 522 

PES MOINES NE 

1 McOrackt|i PresJ [John 
Editpr, Pikbs I}es & fines': Daily Slews, 

2055th;, I ; i| ■. : j ■ j" 

»ES MOINES NE W SPAPER ^MER. 



la Loan 



1. 

ndJ 

Key- 1 

6th.' 

and 



blONAjL I ANK 

r alnut. j 1 !| j • :\ 

S CO, I Gear re L 
L ~ : J Hamilton. 



TISBSG CO, L P felpringerlMngif 611 



apd Trust iiid^j j { j 

D |wk NORrHERN mm ST 

m RAILWAjY tO, F.SM Huibell 
res;, F C Hubbf |1 Vice- Pres, lfi P 
/att 2d ViceTOj, R 1 1>- Chase Sttc. 
JO iThon psori TJfBas, A N Ben nan 
'maqcial Agent, L M Martin GeiSral 
toager, Horjice Seeley GeEerat 
"eight aniTidketkgent, KCMiiritin 
'^Jgbt Cl:(im £gi .lit. S W pint City 
" ,I "* i Age iA. OfficB 220 4th, Pas3(b- 



$er Depot 
mnt page 




5th |3w bor Chelrry. 



:^e 



DES 



THEMCTUA 1 . 

licy holders th<- 
d since the or- 



rim & Rixr 



ING the pasty 
IFE paid to its 
um of $20,00^,00^,, 
anizritiin of the Conipanjy hi 1848 tbv 
niritfoito srnn of nearly $350,0Q0,000. 
pdid to policy holers more for each 
dollar teeehed (than an;? other Gompauy. 

j -\ FLEMING BROS., manaqeks. 
!U6bms jl6| and 102 Iow a Loan a nd Tru£>L Bldi; 

l tm Moines Novelty (]o,H W Parker 
I lee and treas, horse eq lipments, 120 

De^ Moines Nursery Co, 
inei plroprs,|8L5 e 5tp. 

OINES PIANO CO,|407 Walnut 

tifik KOINES ^LUMlHN(} CO (Alfred 
Arid6rson, Wesley M Kubec, C Wui 
RoseW), 716 Locust, {the right hot- 
Urn Unes.) i ■ ' 

mk { MOINES P6STJ)F] ICE, Isaac 
^Branjcltj Postmaster, $th jne' cor Court 

D^slMcjiiies Pottery Works. Eugene L 
j \\feeks propr, foot of w jo 6th. 

IB>E$ MWNES PUBLIC LIBRA RV, 

j; .fyOss iE la McLoney, Librjtrian,4th and 

.Grand kve, 

I>es; Moihei River Boa 1 1 C 



!W» 



),CK Mead 



e cor 1st andj Ce iter, 

NES RUBBER STAMP, SEAL 
ENCIL WORKS,- J C Preston, 
407 Walnut. (Se\ page J 33.) 

A H Mabis, 



dM m 

»Des MQines Saddlery Co 

! ;s'6d,a|a9 Court M. 

Dis koines Sanitarium Cd, TA Hard 
l^rig, sjed, 320 Iqwa Loan <5jTru^t t)ldg 

DES kplHE'S SAYINGS BA NK,Phineas 
M Casa ly, Pres; G M , H ppee and J 

, G Berryhill, Vice-Prests; Simon Cas- 
ady, C&hr; 300 Walnut, i 

BES JttOENES SCALE ANB| MANUFAC- 
TURING CO, A L Smousa, Pres, J M 
p^Jqhtt, Sec, 130 Gram. ave. (See 

, twm.) . ■ ■ l; 

D^lMpiNEi SCALB 1ND WIRE 

, t WORKS, Henry A Clow, Pres, Lewisj 

; Clow, Sec and Treas, 225 e 1st. (See 

j)age classified Scales. ) l 

Pes ; Moines Shoe Mnfg CJo, I C Green, 

pr^8, IVD Strauss, vice-pres, RO Green, 

• see anul ^reap, p08-510| Market 

Dei M 



.-I; 



loinds Silici in Wal Pla iter & MnW 
Thd, C E'Babcoc|ki Pres, Jav G 
mbois. genl mngr, O A Sharp. ' sec 
ahpl trea|s, llj 2d. 





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EDWARDS & SQ0) Ifye Narcotized Ar; Best Ld 



rio w 



xNfT 



ST 



afek Anaedtiefic Knowii. 



n pn nfnp p nQ | «Ji Miners anil Dealers lOW^SOFI GOAL 

ffUulUi yUal yiN> cor, thir)> and, locust. telephone is's. 



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DES MOINES CITY; DIRECTORY. 



PEU 



A. 

fa H 
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fpost Co.] 



Security Loan i 

313 FIFTH STREET. 

Interest -Paid -on -Deposits. 

CAPITAL IP SURPLUS, $2311,000; 



Des Moines Soap Works, Leandey Bol^ 
ton, pres, Jacob P Mowers, treas, 
John Milne, see, cor Vine and e 3d. , 

DES MOINES STEAM DYE WiiRKSj, 

D L Mutchlar & Sou. Proprs, 281 Lo- 
cust. (See front page VIII.) } 
Des Moines Steam Heating and Power 
Co, J S' Polk sec, Mulberry cor 6th. 
ave. j 

DES MOINES STEREOTYPE FOUN> 

DRY, J W Brown, Propr, 203 5th. j 

DES MOINES STONE YARD, Wm A 

Steele Propr, 200 w so 3d. {Spc left 
top lines jmge 133.) i 

Des Moines Street Cleauing and Sprink- 
ling Co, M H Smith pres, F S Jaquith 
sec, 210 5th. v ; I ! . j 

DES MOINES STREET! RAH ROAD 

CO, J S Polk Pres, G B Hippee Sejc 
a, id Treas, 6th ave cor Mulberry, j 

DEJS MOINES TENT AND AWNING CO, 

Wither L and S E Hamlin Proi rs, 2(17 
Walnut. (See card below rind\ classi- 
fied Tents and Awnings.) 



POWER AND 

C K Mead 

WORKS CO, 

A N Dennian 



TENT & 




rSS^ 




MFRSoF^Kltos 



^S^ 



fg$$g GOODS. 



WRITE FOR CATALOGUE & PRICES. 



DES MOINES TRlANSFJER C(j, Set 

Graham & Son Proprs, $08 b^th ave 



t 



{'}eccard above and classified Transfer 

Des Moines Trunk Factory, G C Davis 
mngr, 706 Walnut. 

DES MOINES TYPEWRITER CO, 

Mower & Kubec Proprs, Typewriters 
and Typewriters' Supplies, 3l£ 4th. 



IOWA PRIMTfH 




| Established 1863* 

Be? FBoi^ Grander Go., 

j SETJH ©RAH kth & SON. 

IMivef Goods from all Railroads to all Parts ' 
.( of the City. Moving Pianos, Safes and 
j Heavy Machinery a Specialty, 

STO RACE. 

Telephone 170. Office 308 Sixth Avenue. 

■f— H : 

pes ]\ioines Union Railway C6> EC 

I Hubbell pres, H D Thompson treas, « 

j 11 L Chase sec, J A Wagnerj supt, 215 

i Youngerman blk, pass depot Cherry 

j s w cor 5th, freight house 1st and 2d 

| Vine and Court ave. 

Des Moines Umoju Stock Yards, 11th s w 
cor Vine. I < 

DES MOINES WATER 
1 ELECTRIC LIGHT CO, 

| Sec and Mngr, 4074th. 

PES MOINES WATER 

j F M Hubbell Pres, 

I Sec and Mngr. 503 Grand ave, Pump 

| ing station Walnut sw cor 16th, ■ , ' | ■ 

JDes Moines Zoological Garden, Lake 
! ave bet Ovid and New York aves. | 

[DES MOINES & NORTHWESTERN 
| REAL ESTATE AND LOAN CO, Hurd, 
J Clufcp & fflrd Proprs, 523 The JEquit. 
| abldBldg. '(Seepage 127.) , 

DES MOINES & FORT fDODGE Rr 

(operated by C, R I & P Ry), Pass and 
Freight office 400 Court ave. (Set 
front page IX ) 

DES MOINES & KANSAS CITY RY, 

John C Newton Vice Pres and Genl 

Mngr, Theo C Sherwood Supt and 

Genl Pass Agent, Depot C, B & W 

passenger station, foot of 4th, (ity 

ticket office Kirk wood House block. 

(See front page XVI.) 
Dethlefs George E, elk Bankers , Ipfe 

Assn, rms 800 6th ave. 
Detwiler Henry, agt, res 1701 Maple 
Detwiler John W,clkJH Lqper, bds 

Grand ave sw cor 4th. 
Detwiler John W, Vice-Pres Van Hup 

MnfgCo, res 310 e 9th. -l | 

Deuel John M, lab C C Brick Co 

716 7th. ' . | ' I 
Deupree W Clarence, student Drake 

University, rms 1157 27th. , 
Deutremonlt,,see atso Ddutremont. \ 
Deiitremont C F, student Highland Part 

College. , . 

Deutremp-nt P C, student Highlandll art 

-College. . . j 

Deutsehman Wm, elk Albert Hill 

1215'30fh. 



res 



res 



jU mOtfRAPHERS, PRINTERS, BISD*F 
IaND BLANK BOOK MAKERS. 
120 AND 122 FOURTH STREET. 




* Devaney, 
Jeyaney 



n iwhjileslile p#agdists, 

W *9f j 2^, 214,216 Beyond 8t. t PES MOCTES,! IOWA. 




DJBY 

see <Mso|tPeni?Ja#. 

. min^r, lies s>ft se 



Jam^s V " 



DfclVault! Lafayette 



3oth. s 
DeverE 
J)evey A 



WJ)e <$ 
ne cot 



25!(Gfkham'jradj<|) 

beValili Benjamin Nl wksllal 
1 - t»fo Qc, bdd KMsaa City ! ave 
! ftth. | ' I !f •'■ • 

DeMiilti Mrs .larinah ! (wid Noah), bds; 
1 t08il 25th. .• ■ . ■ il] !■ ij '-\'i 
De^lt pacob, teamster; la Pip&l& Tile 



lift, lal|; be ^ 
klired, iriy 



' 'Walnut. 
Devirtay Miss Zbe, 
perideT Co, b Is 1 



lievinei see als60ivine 
Ddvine 

'..iCo.lr 



y ave be coil 16th. '■ 
blksWitlL m 10811 

,;H ! i^ * 

._ Hawkeyfe House, j 

JrJC As!), bjls 1305| 

UnfveMty afe. i» : [i j v . | 

D^vin Divid 0,'clk C E Ms'Crky, resj 

I^MkpW..' ' I : -i. : I •. 
l)evinay Miss 1 telle , wks ;Di amond Sus 1 - 
l.peride'rCo, bis,l&3 Walput. ' 
Deviaay Mary (wid Samue 



; PROP^BLY MATCHED Al D INSERTED) 

£| Hi WEBER, 207 I.j Fifth Si, 



t. 



Co, res 521 14kh. 



H 



l)j -res '1323] 

wks jDhnibnd Sus- 
:!3Walnut. ll 

ShoejlMafg: 



Andte^i #jks D M 
.,^,.W950 6th'av<.; j ! 1| i- 
tievihe DJiniel tt>, bq>r H HiSickels & 



ll l 



ames 
TIL- 



fievii^e Dennis] te^ oastet, bds I 

^Teiiin. ; '] , ;--; ; : '■ f 

Deviate i-Mijss Ella Gt seamstress! 
}! DEN'S SHIRT FACTORY^ 1 bds 950 

' IGthave.i ' . : '; :';' ' 'Ij ■ . , 

Devine Wm, tea nsteiir, bds| James 'Jfellin. 
IJeyinny John Q, hamper #05i ! e Walnut, 



Dun & Co; 
writer, 



,res 414 e so lOih. n ; Ij i -l 
Devore David J janitor Bryant Sohool, 

( res 1420 e. Walnut. : s 

Devor^s James ]S, elk R'jGr 
'. ibds 1420 e Walnut! ; 
)b Vos Arie, nuch Duplet' JTypevj 

iCo, res*850 13tk ' '» « ! » 

Jevri^s Broer, carp, 
pe Vries John p, t 
I rms.1215 Grand av n 
f)fc- Wald Samufil, s 
I Life'lns Co, bds T 
DfeWeerlEllen^id 



stiIeut, 



if510 WALNUT 

l! ■ , - . i • ' ^ 

! WnoLESV.LE AIjfD'REfTAII* 



slilStibrti 
map-D Mfi 

« "ill ( 

pt Metropq 
ILiadJM • I . . 
), MaUdinJjii 120 



Ry, 

itan 




>.' 




i Loan and Tr^st Build 



;, near P, 0. 



Miss Berth|a, bds 716 7th. 
e^evl)uane A, woodturne^ la'Furni- 
tunj! Co, res 1305 Un ire 'sity ave. 
'ew*J-'Eiias, livery stabhi, res 1318 22d. 

Dewey Frauk H, student, bds 1333 14th. 

beivey Frank W, carp, res 133314th. 

DeU[ey Hettie J (\v|id Jo! n ill), res 716 

' ytbl !': I 

Detyey Mary'RJ teacher Irving School, 

! rps }3l8 22d. ] . ' 

Dejyey Miss Nellie M, student Highland 

(!J<>11( 

eW^ldl Henry, 
(S D t M), res sam$. 



6 Wijldj Henry, coatractor, 301 Monroe 



„ 



(2 WJld Wm, teabistei tes 923 Sber- 

Ji man:. ■• \ \\\' \ ' ■ \- 

t)^^vTtt Alfred, stbdent IOWA BUSI- 

J NESS COLLEGE. , , i ' 

De Witt Qommodote P, dk S A Mar^ 

metlbls 203 e Walnut- I 
De Witt Fletcher Wi carp bdsGCjDe- 

':. -\#itt(. J I '' ' ' ■ 

iDe Wittixeorge C, oarp, re j ns Nort(i 2d 

w of 35th. 
m WITT RUSSELL -A, PI ysician, over 

)423 e mh, re^ 1430 Capitol ave. 
De WoJImibert/ cobd D M N & W Ry, 

^es6L9 r High. v r ' 



ate Ralilroad Co Hi- 
res Iowa 

Maple, 
eyo), res 722 



>ey, see also J)dy. 
EJ[ FETER A,S 
tniissiDner, State -House 

!;-V,#y.Iai.'. ' i ' 

Deyo Km Clara M. res 600 

pejyo George S; (Moss & D 

; i. Penniive".: ] i 

plai Maniiel O, painter^ ret 955 23d. 

Dianlord Dennis, bds 322 Madison (S 

Diamor d pint t3te|im Laundry. Miller 
Co jprpprsi ^19 |eGi>ndj ave. • \ 

W Jlungeil 



Diamonjd {Suspender Co^N 
; p'ires, JGr jA iJ^weti sec, H 




E. 



vfordimngr, 519 Mulberry. 
Diimo'nld Wm, carp, res 322 Madison (S 

■■$[M)1 i ^ r ". -]i • 

uibbert Miss Sophia, waiM r W T Gar- 

jitbb, r 38 8197th, i 

TTWL Ojcai 4 , student,, Highland Park 



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P I 

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J. HOHB^RCER, 



608 EA8T 

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LOCU8T STREET. 



Golden Hole Mm Hon 




260 



D) 



DES MOINES QITY DIRECTORY. 



2- 



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• GJJr 

s 4 



Fine Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers. 

] | D.M. JOHNSON <£ SON. ! 

[ i 017 Walnut St. 



DIN 




DRY GOODS AND CARPETS, 

413-416 WALNUT. 

6O7-6O0 E. LOCTJjST. 






03 



Dickeus Robert S (col'd), carp, res 402 
cXV-Wiil 'fetlerson (^ ® M)- j 

, ?w3 pickerhoff Andrew J, physician res 

*<fi)13 Washington ave. ' 

Dickerhoff John, lab, res 332 Peltoc ave. 
Dickey Adam (Randall & Dickey), vice- 
pres People's Savings Bank, res 730 
' 10th. , 

Dickey Miss Bertie, res 730 10th. 

Dickey E Delle, student Highland Park 
College. 

Dickey George W, Sec Dickey Car Coup- 
ler Co, res 822 3d. I 

Dickey George W, lab, res 1G0G Ol io. 
h Dickey J A, printer Watters-Tilbott 
p Priuting Co, res 1243 13th. 

Dickey John A, switchman C G W Ry, 

bds313 e 15th. 
Dickey John M, mach D M U Ry, mis 

822 3d. 
Dickey Robert, res e Walnut sw cor of 

Elliott. 
Dickerson Iowa J, plasterer, res 1318 

15th. 
DICKINSON DWIGHT W, Physician 

and Surgeon, 206 Marquardt blk, res 

1815 Center. I 

Dickinson .Edward C, lab Nat Starch 

Mnfg Co\ res us 3d e of Royce ave 

(West's addition). 
Dickinson Robert, loau broker, 207 Mar-j 

quardt blk, bds 720 4th. 
Dickinson S C, student Highland Park 

College. I I ■ : 

Dickinson Warren, draughtsman, res 

720 4th. I 

DICKINSON WILM0T H, Physician ana* 

Surgeon, 200 Marquardt Blk, res 720 

, Mi.! , , f 

Drcks Alouzo F, hardware, stoves and 

tinware, 717 Walnut. re3ll2i High. | 
Dicks Edwin A, salesman A F Dicks, reJ3 

Ola 10th. j. 

Dicks Miss Jessie E, prin kindergarten 
Irving School, rms 1121 High. I f 
Dicks Mary (wid David), res 845 e Gtli 
Dickson, see also Dixon. , 
Dickson James M, res 1308 18th. 



ickson Miss Mary C, bkpr T R Rosier 
Co, bds 1308 18th: j 

pjebold Frederick, butcher Liverpool 
[ !& D Mj Packing Co, res 1008 Shaw. 

Dlehl, see Deihl. -..,,■■ 

bjedrick Scott W, res 1408 Main (Se- 
( vastopol). 

Dietrich Donat, harness mkr, 307 8th, 
res 1535 Woodland ave. j ■ ! 

Dietrich Donat Jr, harness mkr Donat 
I Dietrich, bds 1535 Woodland ave. | 
DIETRICH MISS IDA M (Baird & 

Dietrich), res 1535 Woodland avb. 

(See page 126.) ; ! 

DIETRICH WM P (Baird & Dietrich), 

res 1535 Woodland ave. (See page 

Via.) 
pietriek Wm J, student 

College. 



Highland Park 



0ft7 



bib 



Pes Moines Goal Mini 




U ietz Alice, milliner M J Peas, res 
I Maple. I ' • 

Lietz Miss Alice S, bkjpr G W Dietz, ip 

725 Maple. ' : - ■ 

Dietz Conrad, "res 725 Maple." ; 

Diet/ David, res 1)07 Maple. j 

Dietz Miss Frances, res 725 Maple, i 
IETZ GEORGE W, Wholesale and Re- 
tail Dealer in Hard aiidj Soft Coal, 

Lime and Cement, 413 E 5th, res 725 

Maple. [See right side lines ) 
iMetz John C, trav agt A T & S F R U, 

bds 706 4th. 1 
pillKmma (wid Wm), rms 1 18tf 9th. 
Dill John, lab DM Brick Mnfg Co, 

near C, R I & P tracks and 36th. 
Dillon Miss Anna, bds 412 15th. ! 

Dillon Charles F, painter Holland & 
I New, res 508 e 1 9th. 
Dillon John D, eng, 1500 Walker. 
Jillon John H, printer The D M 

Leader, rms 407 2d. 
Dillon Margaret (wid John G), res 

5th. 
DIIJWORTH CHARLES L, County 

Treasurer of Polk County, Court 

House, res 1216 9th. 
Dilworth Miss Nellie M, student Drake 

University, res 1216 9th/ ' - 
Dimmitt Braxtor (col'd), plasterer 

Frank Nelson, res 1121 Crocker. I 
Dimmitt Edward (col'd), lab, bds 1121' 

Crooker 
Dimmitt Elizabeth (wid Jacob G), rps 

1102 High. I ] i ■ 

DIMMITT GEORGE *M, Hardware, f 

Mulberry, res 1003 High. , 

Dimond J A, student Highland fsjrt 

Coll|3ge, bds Mrs N B Howe. ^ j 
Dingeman John W, switchman C, R 

& P Ry, res 512 e so 4th. M 



I 



MINEBS AND 8HIPPEBS OF TH8. 

• } Office, Rooms 50-51 OfficcTBik. 'Phoney 




DIN 

Dipfenaau] Tijjje,. b'afb^r, 
' Shaw. Ii 



Dinkman Waldo (Sma 
res 123 e Locust 



Diniel Rj6hard 0, pajnterVres 1444 e 

Grand we. i ■' 
Dinnei Win H, resi over §17 e (8th. 
DinSiiiore Miss 'Florence] studletft High 

land Par[k College \\\-- \r '" \ . 
Diusinore parah Jpwic^ Simon.), bds 1436 



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Cthave. 
Dinsinore JWebstdr, ;s 

Poljk, College, ms 36101 3d. 
Dinw ddie Mattie I, ! domestic 1623 8th < 
Dippel Louis, grocer, aw i cor 1 2d and 

Che'stnut, res81B7th.;J I - \ .; ? 
Dip£ert Fi;ed,(age 30), iqiedj November 

res rear 92# 




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Dipriert Gustav^ liveryman, 

2d) , : j .1,' ! :? 
Dippert |JosepH, parber/ ^3 \yalnut; 

res same. 



res same, J ■*'-■ [■ j { t - , $ 

Dippert Josephine (widjWm), res 217 

sl w rt - •! • I : C L ■ i 

Dippert Loui^, moved j to Ft Grand,) 
Arizona. ■ • " I ' , '; 1 - ! j ' ■< 

Dippert Win E, . ftariiessmkr, 314 7th, • 
I re^22.3 i Shor;. ■ ■ !■ i\- 1 ■. : 

MKBCTORY, OFFICE, ft L P61k & Co, 
Publishers pes Moines dity Direc- 
tory, 6th ave nw cor Mulberry. (See 
pajkm:)^- ' i ,vi ';)• -1 . 

)irr John S< ehg, r 3s 3il0j2dJ 
Jisbrow Wm,| haraesshikr iwE Dib- 
ber :, te> 904 Wal a ut. ; j! - 1 : • * 
WSlfitO 1 V WM A, [Auditor D ! M & K C 
J 1 Ry, res 1410 Gran d avel "J. ■ 1| V 
.)issuWe,Mrs klizi.beth,: bd* 753 19th. 
HSSMOIlE GEORGE A,< A«st cLhie> 
low a N it Bank, 'J reas Wes Sern White 
Bronze Co, f Jfrea£ State; Ins iranfce Co, 
Sec and Treas Dps :Momes Brick 
Mofe Co. res[l_64i Linden. ! P- 
WSTRICT COURT OF POLK (COUNTY, 
W K Conradl C ] * Holmes, | S I Bat 



indent Highland* [tr . , , 4 , 
triad! ! pixonj see Mchsoji. 

Dixon fchar^s H, student, res 717 18th. 

Dixon Miss! Daisy, res 717 18th. 

pixon,| Frank! T, janitor Vorse block, 

! rms 12 same. ' 

Dixon keorge L, elk G H B6tsford k res 

ff 612 Walnut, .; T i 

Dixoti George Wj coal a 

j| 5th, res 717 18th. i 

Dixon ^liss Grace l), res 

Dixon iHarvey O] dentist 616 Walnut, 

jl res same. ■'.''' 

Dixon John, eng, res Gray, 4th e of 14th 

hlCSDM). I :f ' ' i ■ 
gixon J^liss sallie, res 7 n 18th. 
ixon ^liss Myrtle, res 717 18th. 



Pjmplilets, 
ijiw Briefs, 
! ii( ' BlanliSi 
\ Society Printing, 

Catalogues, 




nd wood, 2^3 e 
71718thi 



bet,i Judges,' |9th Lludiciall district of 
lotvji, Wm Musso i elk,; Cbiirt House. 
Ritzier Fraflfc student Highland Park 

College. j ; ■ i . i 

l'iyilbiss Dora, domestic Lawrence An - 
dersop. ' || ■ I ., : I ;. j I 

I ivilbjs^ George W, milier, re&CoaJ Hill 

(Sd;m),, b -, ./f il " 

'ivme, see also Dev\ne. '■ | ■' 
"ivlne! Benjamib F, driver I D 

, Co, ^-es 655 e 1st. : ,; 
1'inneJJuhn D, fcrenan .D M^jlce Mnfg 
. Mid Storage Cc », ires r ^{d 1st 1 

!vme|Lbla, domestic mm.V 

}viney,L<?eei?e 
1 ix, see Dicks. 



MliFe 



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ence 



Dixon Miss Myittle M, sti dent C C C C, 
jH'.tmi9j8Hii5h"Bt. 
^ibon Millie ;studeutIQV r A BUSINESH 

College. i :: 

IdaaS jfohnsori, ins agt. :ms 611 7th. | 
Dpane -C M, lab;CC Gas ,ight Co, res 
M.1I6 ej6th. ! J - " 

pQane Frank, mason, rek 1737 Capitdl 
A :a-ve. ' I t , j | ■ ; I. 
Doane Tjhomas. 1 J, janitor State BoarcJ 
pf Health, tek 1732 e Gi and ave. I 
pane \Vm Rf, fab, res !16^ 3 Walker. 
t >pbbin Addison H, trav igt Kingman 
I <Sj Co, res Rjlankato. Mio a. 
Dpobihs John; wks Harrj Levine, bds 

ip3eso5th. ; 

DdbbibslLWd, elk Graefe Hous^. 

DOBSOX ViOfi OEOROE L, Vije Pres 

jpesiMdine^Life Assn, ns 1403 Wash- 

lingtdn (See right top .tines and pages 

miVaJndXYJ ; J " r \ 

I'ochertjf, set also Dauglurty, Doherty 

and\p6ughtrty. \ \ 

priqheny Sarah (wid Jofcn), res 1528 
[Gapito ave 
Dpckend srf Miss Nellie.clk Peter Kurt-^, 

|:msl()()5 Walnut , : 
pockh6rn Frederick, lab] res 1708 Des 
riiMoided. 1 , ! • ; 

D^ckstlaqer, spe alsp Doxsia\ter. 

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±wcK8waeT, see acso JJoxstaler., 
Dockstkder Ejzra, rss 977 2^ th. ' 
DpckstMer Charles A, elk 1 Ware, 



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Furniture, Curtains M Bugs 

liEST STOCK IX THE CITY. 



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Dockstader Charles B (Dockstader <& 
Wilkins), res 1334 e Grand ave. | 

Dockstader Klizabetfi (wid Henry), res 
1447 ( Jth. J 

Dockstader Frederick J, lab, res 1)78 H. 

Dockstader Frank A, painter, res 933 
23d. ] 

Dockstader George L, elk Dockstader & 
Wilkins, bds 1344 e Grand ave. | 

Dockstader Joseph E, bkpr Proiity St 
Pratt Co, bds 1447 9th. ■ j. 

Dockstader Russell K, bkpr Perkins & 
Brinsmaid, bds 1447 9th. ' j 

Dockstailer Wilfred F, carp, res 973 23d. 
Dockstader & Wilkins (Charlfs BIDoclf- 

stader, P C Wilkins), dry goods and 

shoes, 829-333 e 5th 



gV^g Dodd Henry, student C C C C, rnlis 11^1 






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Locust. 
Df'dd Newton, elk Kerfoot Bris, rfcs 

: ; 2'»0^i(SDM). i 

DcWld Newton S, eng, res 1220 2d~(S ID 

Dodds James F, student Highland Park 
College. 

Dodge Miss Elsie, student Drak i Uni- 
versity, bds 11(10 24th. , | 

Dodge Frank J, elk NORMAN LICHTV, 
bds 1014 Locust. j 

Dodge Frank W, groceries 1014 Locust. 

Dodge Harry H, carrier P O, rks 1023 
16th. I ! 

Dodge Israel I, carp, res 1321 Gordon 
ave. 

Dodge Levi 8, teamster, res 10415 Enos 
ave. 

Dodge Wm A, student DrakA Uni- 
versity, bds 1160 27th. 

Dodge Wm P, driver Chicago Lumber 
Yard, res 815 e so 6th. 

Dodson B F, trav agt, res 1322 24th. 

Dodson Charles, lab, rms 547 Gth avei 

D; dson Charles M, cigar mnfrj 409J e 

peace. 



Uth, res 417 0th. 
Doe 



dson Frank W, justice of the 
507 Mulberry, res 2019 Clark. 
Dodson Miss Lillie M, student 
University, bds 1322 24th. 



Doench Theodore K, sjipt Louis Hjir 
bach, res 820 3d. 

Doherty, see also Dougherty and Dock 
erty. 

Doherty Charles, moved to St Louis, j\ .[o. 

Doherty Jolin, moved to St Louis, Mo. 

Doherty J6hn, brakeman C & N Willy, 

res! 027 Jlypn. 
Doherty Daniel, res School ne cor bth 

ave. ' j 
Doherty Wm H, cond C G W Ry, tes 

110 11th. 
Dohlmau, Julius, student IOWA BU$I- 

NESS COLLEGE, bds 1021 Scott. 
Dolan Annie, domestic 1923 Grand ave. 
Dolan Byron, Jj eng CGW Ry, bds 1519 

Locust. 
DOLL ALBERT J, Sign Painter, $12 

4th, res 1402 11th. (See 2\age classi- 
fied Sign Writers.) 
Dolph Harvey, student Highland Park 

1 College. 1 ■ ■ ' ' i 

Dolston Olen, bds Nelsc n House. 
Dolton Henry, farmer,' res 2d e of Park 
I ave school (S D M). j 

Dolton John W 1 , driver Proctor Cpal 

Mine, bds 2d e of Papti ave school (S 

DM). ■ < 

Domback Charles W, pres Union Mer- 
; cantile Co, res 1419 Beaver ave. 
Pomestic Sewing Machine Co, Robert 

riellyer mngr, 616 Locust. I 

Donahey Wm S, bkpr DM Life Ask 
! res se cor 8th and Walnut. I 

Donahoe, see also Donahue, .Dbnoftue, 
! Dunahugh ana Donohoe. 
Donahoe Miss Anna B,; saleslady Per- 
kins & Brinsmaid, bds 511 e 2d. 
Donahoe Bernard, lab, 511 e 2d. 
Donahoe Bernard F, trav agt Wfiriield,| 

'Howell- Watt Co, res 1621 Linrfen-I 
Donahoe Miss Lizzie, saleslady Perkins -j 

& Brinsmaid, res 511 e 2d. ! 

Donahoe Patrick M, lunch counter, J23 

5th, res 1123 e 9th. \ 

Donahue, see also Donahoe, Donohue, \ 

Dunahugh and Donohoe ■ j 
Donahue Miss Xlice, opr Central Union 

Tel Co, bds'l03e8th. 
Donahue James, wks C, R 1 & P Ry 

914 e Market. ' , j 

Donahue Johu L, lab, bds 914 d Market. 
Donahue Joseph, elk T J Lenox, bds 

1123 e 9th. ! 

Donahue Lizzie, domestic 1102 Maple- ■ 
Donahue Miss Lucy, opr Central Union .! 

Tel Co, bds 103 e 8th. - J : 

Donahue Owen J, candy mkr Merritt « .< 

Bush, bds 807 Lyon. i i. 

Donahue Patrickl lab, bds 914 e Market 



res 



Royal Heating Co., 



SPOTTING AtfD TIN WORK, PETERS' CISTE** 
AND WELL PtTHPS, BARKER CHIMNEY 
TOPS-HOSE, 

1 •S10-«412 S1^L'J.'J3C .A."\7TE3>4 U JE. 








bagga^emajn, bds; 



111 



Donaldson i JEineal U, driver Lor'ehz 
bds same. 

Donlildson Miss |Gr|acell waiter 
Cafe, bds same. 

Donaldson Jamels 

823| Mulberry. 
Donaldson Robert, driver W|M ft I 

hds 29th and Gran'd aye. 

DonUell 'Elizabeth C (wid Ajidrefv), bds 
148& ties Mqines 



Dqn jielll Thoiiiafjj, lab Edw)ard Camp 



& LEE, 

ZVfGRS. 




PINTS TO HEASORE. 

•4.00 AND UPWARDS. 
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oil, bds same 

Donnelly Charles J, lawydr Hintne <Si 

Dawson, rms.72n5th.; 
Donrier Charles, painter, rms 8t( 9th. 
ponohue, sqe Bon ihoe, Donahue, Dina 

hugh and Dotidr,oe. t : [ ■ 

Dondhoe Miss Affiles &, wlcs Kratzeif 

Carnage Wks, ras 1014 e Vino, 
ponohoe Henry C (Dariohoe feThlomas), 

restl0i4e Vine, : i ■ . . 

Dondhoe Thoma?, lab OJsehJWelch 

Prilitinpr Co, bdj 1014 e Viae.' 
fyOMHOE & XHO HAS (ftenfy C Dono r 

hou'and John A' ?homas), [Tinpesrs, 600 
"j e Grand ave. , • : j , ! ' > 
lypnohue Patrick *, restaurant, ljl9 De- 
.'.pot, res £19 W; so 5th. :[ 
Donovan Miss Ann e,seamstr4ss! Sbhmitt 

& Henry; Mn'fgljLo, bd&114 e lOlh. 
pdnovan MjsS 101 ira B: cabhiei L E 
( Dopovan, bdV 1116 e6t^. 
DonpVan James, r^s lllO e Olth. 
Don >van JamesiS, ens D,M LinseWd Oil 

Wks r res 1453! Wilker.; - I " ■ u\ 
Donbvan Jamesj-W Jr,! mngr h E Pona- 
,! van, bds!lllGeO:h. : 
Donovan Jeremidl F, prjbpr Hot$l Lo- 1 

gan, 4th he cjo^ { epot« ; M ■ | " " 
Donovan Jbhn ibj ler, 'fas 114 e lOtlr. , 
pOXClUN #, W,Co itractor and gilder; 



ni(Jp 6th, res sa mq.j (See hard class 
Jfi^foht^acforsandJBuilaers.j 
Donov in Jj Hanna i, dressmkr, rfes i 815 

t 7thiif ->! \\ ■■ 7 VI,': . ■' f |. : 

toll 1 * Kate > "IP 4 1 to ^Aimi worth, la; 
i'OMWAN LAWR^CE E, Bootb and 

bhoe8,512 Walmit and! 520 e Lycust; 

resjfefe 1.0th. II i ' I l ' . * 
Jonotfljn Miss' Mollie; seamstress 

bchmitt & tienry Mnfg Co bd*114 e 

10t h. ' . M I'M' i-'. : 

Ponoljran.'Wni ;J, pressman Clarksott 
I Brop, bds 815 ?th ! !,i ■ ; " ; 

wolcjjr Joseph; .la^Proctpr Coal i Co, 



i/ e s]vs Center! (Seva--^^ 

Uooiejv Henry tf, laovedltq $t Jdseph, 

u °o eyjMiss Mary. Iclk Chas . 
' B l |. : bflsl459'e.Granjdjav3. 




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Cor.Sixti and Walnut Streets, 

OVEB CONTINENTAL CLO THINO STORE. 

-T — — — : II ; i" ■ ' ( 

,pooley Thpinas, miner Proctor Coal 
, |Co, w s Center (Sevastc pol). 

poolittle Edwin W, stonecutter, res! 
,1122 Penna ave, 



E Rieser & 



Doolittle >liss Grace, teacher, bds 1122 

^i Pen-nil ave. N 

p'oolittle Miss El ma L, student C C C C, 
[t jrms 750 e Locust. 

'Poolittle J W, nJason. 52^ e Court ave, 
" res same,, i ' 

oplittle Sherman, host er J W Pat- 
rick, /res 419 e 0th. i 

oran Bertha I (wid Andrew J), res 

1121 Locust!, 
Dbran ;Mids Elizabeth T, student C C 
l! C Oj res 1121 Locust. 
Doran Miss! Neta A, stcno^ Earle & 
ll Prouty, re|s'li21 Locust 
poran Miss! Mary R, tea jher Emerson 
\ l School, res 1121 Locust. 
Dpran Simon D, res 1008 Alaple. 
IDbrbecker Miss Dora, dressmkr, bds 
, 014 e so 0th. 
Doiifler Leonard, took, h ighland Park 

College. ' 

Dorfler Retta, cook Highland Park' 
^College. / 

'porincy Gussie, domestic }318 e Grand 

i'i ave - • j M . 

Born -Chirton J.1, moved to Creston Ea. 

Bprn Daniel I), movfed to Jreston la. 

Dorman Fred, cigarmku Louis Marks, 

t bds East Des Moiies He use. , ! 

DORR EDWARD E, Physician, be cor 

' 6th ave and Locust, res 1043 21st. 

Dorr JamesiE, street supt, res 1521 24th. 

Dorr Jonathan L, res 111 J Grand ave, 

Dorr John W, live stock, i^e cor 0th ave 
and Locust^ res 1043 2,1s,. 
orr'Miss Minnie B, res 1121 24th 
orr Miss: Phoebe M, bdi 1110, Grand 
ave. ] l ! 

Worrell Harvey B, cond, 

'!! Moines. 

Borrell Wilson D, lab, r$s 

.•ave. _ ? . 

jPppris Edward F, printer 



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\ Co, bds Fanning npuse. 
'SEE US BEFORE GlVlN 



res 1500 Des 

1610 e Grand 

la Printing 



31 OUT YOUR WORK 



716 West Locust Street 



PRICES ' *ALK. 



Telephone' 511. 



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W. A. STEELE, P ropriztor, tics Moines Stone Ya^d. 



209 W. s{>. THIRD STREET. 



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ARCHITECTS. 

Financially responsible. 

[ ii.rtv-tiYe' years experienei?. i 

K.iVr'cncM's:' Many hundred buildings throijgh- 

. ut the middle and western states. I I 
We are not perfect but we pay for our mistakes. 

< PARTIES DE3IRINQ TO BUILD WILL 

DO WELL TO CALL AND SEE US. | 

\sJ. R, PARSONS & SO^SI, 

805 Equitable Building. 



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Dorsey Dennis C ! . salesman Western 

Union Tea Co, res 824 10th. I 
Dorsey Ellen (wid James), res 117 w 

7th.* I 

Dorsey Samuel L, brick uinfr, res^ Royce 

ave ne eor Gould. , f 

Dorson Andrew, tailor Hirsch Bros, ltms 

885 2d. 
Dorward Howard P, student D 

lege. , 
Dotson Charles L, adv solicitor 

State Register, res 13%> 23d. 
Dotson George G, lab, res 1)31 7t 
Dotson Lewis B, agt, res 823 ChirryJ 
Dotsoni Wesley, lab, res 1)31 7th. 
Dotter Rev T E, rms 502 Chestnjit 
Dotv Alfred E, driver U S Ex Co, res 

1311 e 13th. • j . 

Doty tflmer E, poultry, bds 1327 YoH<. 
Doty Theodore (age 87), died lieb. 19, 

1803. , 

Doudna Charles, contractor, res 2303 

Brattleboro ave. 
Dougherty, see also Da\igherty,D6chePfy, 

Dohertv and Doughty. j 

Dougherty Burr, driver P F Morrisey, 
' bds 208 9th. ' 

Dougherty Miss Martha, dressmkr, rhis 

1100 High. I :i ; 

Dougherty Russell S, | fireman Wabash 

Rll, rms208 9th. j 

Dougherty Wood, brakeman DMiftK 

C Ry, bds 208 Oth. \ . J. ! 

Douglas Rev Clinton] pastor Pilgrim 

Congregational church, res 823 e 13th. | 
DOUGLAS EARL P, Agent Star Union 

Line, 127 4th, res 040 7th. . , • | 
Douglas Jacob M, 3tate agt Covenant 

Mutual Benefit Assn, res 1430 31st. 
Douglas Miss Kathriue, stuuent 1) M 
■ College. { l 

Douglas Orson B, student IOWA BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE, bds 1203 Grand a\e. 
Douglas J Parker, lab, res se } s|;c 32.! 
Douglas Miss Xine, bkpr W L Morris, 

res 2640 Cottage Grove ave. ^ ^ 

Douglass Miss Bernie H, tailoress G*l 

lett tailoring Co, bds 1430 3lst) 
Douglass Donald M, bkpr Bentley 
• Olmsted, bds 1177 10th. 



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Douglass Mrs Josie, dressmkr, res 

Vorse block. | 

Douglass Julia R (wid Gilbert), res 11177 

10th. ' k 

Douglass Miss Miittie Y, seamstress,' 

bds 1177 10th. , i 

Douglass Wn\ sewer ius.pr, res 2015 

Woodland ave. ' * ■. I . 

Douglass Vernishia J, tailoress TF G 

Morgan, res 1430 31st. '} j 

Doverman John A, with Nat MaSonic 

Accident Assn, res 604 7th. ,i ' V 
D'Ovifldio Angelo A, scissor grinder, 
; res 714 Clay (S D M). ■" I 

D'Oviddio James, lab, res 840 w so 6th. 
Dov* F B, student Highland Park Col- 
' lege. , , 

Dowde Bridget (wid Patrick), ires es 

judianola iWp nr Curve (S D M). 
Dowde Daniel lab C G W Ry, bds e s 

Indianola aVe nr Curve (S DM). 
Dowde Patrick C, lab National Cracker 

Co, res e s Indianola ave nr Curve 

(S D M). j 
Dowden Andrew J, lab C C Gas Light 

Co, res 208 5th. 
Dowden Arthur, driver Calvin Harrah, 

bds 215 e so 7th. I 

Dowden Charles W T , printer The la 

State Register, res 1017 B. 
Dowden Jackson W, lab, res 780 11th.. 
Dowden Thomas E, bds 1017 B. 
Dowdle Alva J, lab' Liverpool & DM 

PackingXo,.res 1207 Scott. : y 
Dowdle Janies AL news agt, bds 215 e 

so 7th. ' ' I. 
Dowdle Sanuel F, real estate, res 21a 

etso 7th. . 

Dowell Cassius C (Spurrier, DowelH' 

Parrish), asst cou nty atty, 402 la Loan 

and Trust bldg, (es 1103 23d. 
Dowell i George B, moved to Washing; 

ton la. i 

DOWELL JAMES A, Physician, 6th ave { 

ne cor Locust, res 1103 23d. 
Dowell, -Jauies'W, res 1103 23d. 
iDowell Miss Sidney J, res 1103 28d. , 
Dowell Thomas C, farmer, res 4thi 1st 

so (i Grant (S 1) M). ■ ,. .. 

DowJ ng James, hostlerl64819th.' ' 
Dowr ey Morton A, carp, res 723 19th. 
Dowi ing Alexander G, res 1034 25tln f 
Dowrjing Isaac T, mounted police, |re5 

013 Lyon. ( " .- ' i .. J. 

DOWNS EDWIN G, Printer P C Ken 

von, res 408 School. 
DOWNS MRS ELINOR I, Printer I 

Daily News, res 408 School. 
iDowus John H. barber, 411 e Gth.res 

Maple, . ' , 

Downs \Ybi, ins agt; res 1033 e 6th 



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itisoWockstade* 

„ ,~— rr, H, janitb: 

., Emery Co, n^:9J:811thl J 

Poyld George, nW on, res 122 w ko^fth. 

DoyleUoHn, palhtt r, lhds;218 2d. 

Doyle Lovjna (jr^wid Farmer J), t(ds856 

! 21st. . i : '.■: |. } \ ' 

DbylffMaitfa, dbm'i!stfc848'5t!i-. 

Doyle Michael J 61b T-A; Manjjfiel^, bds 

dh(\y,seculso\Brcdy. j I -, 

Drady Charles,' bit mber,! Wi 1J.6S "OtJbii 

1 ave. '( , •', i ';!;!. |' '■ ' ,' ■ '' 

Tadjff,Mis8 £llfi|T, bds ll8p,Cth aye\ * 

T radyf John, blksn ifch, |)dsll $6ttj av|e. 

Dradjj. Michael j'caip, res! 11^} Oth ave. 

Jradjf Wm, a ty| fireman, res im 6th 



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6sX 1 3th. 

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DniiijilJohn. miher Van Ginkql C and 

Co,1bds J W Dra n. 
ibraibfj John W, jla ), res | s; s Frankli 

ake '(Sevastopol), r ] H 
DnJiie Harry, elk ) M !u Ry, rmi ov 
i ! 813 Walnut. [ T^ ' ' * ' * ' 
l)rainj3 MissVjda. r 

nutJ -.'Ml 

Drais Charles, res aver 
I •rake Albert H,I st ldkt It) .M College^ 
• rms?i7i0 8th,|-;* ' j I ; | 
I)rakej Albert M,i bricklyr- res 1040 B. 
Drake' Edward P, carrier, P C, re* 1500 

fe'Ccjurfave.' M 

'Drake; Eliza (w id George MJ, rek 852 

Gth^veL 1 ; F] ' 

1'rakeJFrank JJ student; Drake Sanita 

Hunt, res same; . ' i . : .« ■ . 

jlrakei Frank U J rbi f er, rfls 1 1; 19 23d. 
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Park 



rakejJohn!A,;kud^nt Hjghlind 

College. I, ! i ;■ ,[ j i ,.- 

LRAKE m\ N Jp'S, (Drake & 3usselle), 
res, 1139 , ;>2d. (Seelkk'bfttoni cor 
cards.) J i ■ .j j | J • 

UrakejJohnjR, blipi IjBurlbut, Watd & 
■/Co. fes 13-5 (Ilapii 61 4yJ. f 

"HAkK JOSEPH H, Pr<W Tie Drake 

I oamjariunA, res same. • {ike page 
WWJieMpolkbes'.y- 
9rakdJ l Ejlw r in, Ids llill . 
"rakfi, Lewis, studbnt H 

itolluge. | ; < p 

[fake Leon D.resDrase 
{fake Miss Mabel T, res 
*Me Mai|thaiT r (wM Jolii RJ; bds^ 



jj* *Wt ave. 
u Fake Mrs Ma-y 
NtiiiM' f,y 



w 



E, iaatrc(4 Dr^ Sani- 



•; General 
Jlanasei!. 



Office and Works, 
105 Chestnut street, 
wnsT 8IDI. 
. (See front oo vt r.) 



!(J^ IcOIjflPANYi OF NEW YORK has 

ljj. for ^nanyi yesrs been acknowledged 
j'iji3 b;st compknyj for the insured, |and 
.if s weekly! record of claims paid affords 
jbdditional evidence of its superiority over 
.ajll compet|tors. , 

ELEnllING BR^S.i Blkna^ers, 
Ko6m» 101 land J02 la; Loanind Trust Bldg. 



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BRAKE SANITARIUM (THE), J H 
I-. Drake MD Propr, Hyde Park, near 
jlFairl .Gijounds.. (See pxge classified 

Drake Sophia R (wid Rei^ George C), 

Lire's 305 [e Grand ave. 

DKAJE UNIVERSITY, (ieorge TCar- 
j pen er Chancellor, Bar .on O Ayles- 
i\ woj ih. Presj 25th n w coi ; N or th. • 

lj)k-aki Walter S; mabon, n s 1047 5th . 

>rak| Wm C, lujncn count jr C. R I & P * , 
pyjrms 1205C|enter. • ^ 

KM E & BUSSELLE ( Jol m F N Drake, A J? 

Wi% W Busselle). Gnvk and Felt J J <V 

Rod ! ers, Sole Agents dot Gilsonite, H W' 

00! 5th Youtigermain B k (See left g rlr 

othm cor cards ) 'I Sw^n 

Dr^ane Han^.Oj weigH master DMUj^i^O 



WRy, 



Park 



9th 
^hldhd 

fclanitjirium. 

iti39 m. 

1500 



JRy, res813 Wjalnut 
Iirape:* Edgar, lab Jamek Cavender, 
bds same , ! 

>rpper Ernest I,clk, f rmj Walnut.se 

cor 3d; 
Draper Sinjieon, lab. res ni cor Brandt 

'and Wilson.h | . i 

Drehef Wm H, cobk Evans' cafe, rms 

j ^40 Ghestnull. i . 

Dreitz^er Jkcob, -driver Pro jtor Coal Co, * 

, res w s Jefferson, 2d- so of Mitchell 
h ave (Sevastopol). ' . ' | 

Drennen John E, blkkmith, res 410 4th. ! 
Dbnn^n Joseph O, Jsng JK.1WH 

>GilcEe8t, lres'010 e Raccoqn. ; 

Dreni en Wm A, maspn, re 



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Dbshekt S 
Traasfer 

Dresser 1 11 
Ohes"tput 

Dresser 

D^w 



ave. 



k 1046 22d. 

White Lime 
aluut. 
^nry O,' fiirn rjnis, res 440 

j 



ephen, driver 
Co, res 717* e VI 

uirv t$i fhm , r 



Ira 1 J, elk, bds 440 i 



lien,; soapmkr, res 



Drew Miss Leo, res 520 e 6t .. 
Drew S4muel Lj lab, res 520 e Gt 



>Drew Wm, I miner Proctor 
' Park ave; 7th so of Cour 
'Vard'. • i 1 



DrflOV: ! In i- If 111 I " l! P^wry George, lab, bdi Eas|t Des 

^ke jUrange pj lab, res [l^21 . yoi .'•. , ; ' Moines Houle T 7 




t. SEVENTH A^» CHEBBY 8T8. TELEPHONE 634. 



y'hestint. 



1520 



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,'oal Co, res 



land 



Grand 



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Pnnnpn ft tt/flssnn TRy M M" Opening blank BobK 

yUUllujJ (X ||fl90UlL 403 court ave. telephone e&4. 



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National Life InsifranBe Bi 

—OF— , I 

MONTPELIER, VERMONT. 

~~ Plainly 



I Definite Cash Surrender Values 
Endorsed on all Policies. 



car 



Men of Integrity and Ability who dan Wr 
I Insurance wanted aa Agent JJ 



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s Jeifer- 



Drexel Carl, harnessmkr, fes 8«35 
J Walker. | ! 

! Drips Miss Nina, bds 504 e Grand avi. 

Driscoll Cornelius, student) IOWA 
j BUSINESS COLLEGE.' 1 

Driscoll Dennis, stenog Percival & H;it- 
i ton, rms 21(1 Marquardt blk. 

Driscoll Miss Mary E, dress njkr, rms 
i 21(5 Marquardt blk. 

Dritzler Jacob, teamster, res w 
I son (Sevastopol). , 

Drottz Andrew, wks A C Alount Broom 
i Co, bds 1437'FrWnont. 

Drottz Carl J, painter, res 1137 Fre- 
mont. 

Drown Daniel B, trav agt, res 1J429 5th, 

Druekhaimuer Dennis, trunk ninfr, ^18 
i 5th, res 717 Lyon. | . [ 

Druly Grant, driver, bds 545 6th ave.j 

Drummond Albert N, moved to Guep- 
! sey, la. i | 

Drummond L A (wid Samuel)) moved 
' to Guernsey, la. j 

Drury Leak, wks 1203 e ! Grand | avo. res 
i w s Penna ave 1st so of Washington. 

Drury Miss Lillm T. bds 1052 7th. j 

Druse James, cond C, G W Ky, res 1421 
Grand ave. * ■ 

Druss Miss Alice, cashier, bds G22 6th 

' a|'e. i 

Druss Miss Maggie, student (| CC C, 

! b"ds 622 '6th aye. 

Drysdale Robert B, pressman D M 
Dailv News, res 1017 4th 



Dubois Cornelius E, lab. res 41 : Sha 



L 




Co, 



Dubois James, lab 1) M Brick Mufg 

res 411 Shaw. 
Dubois Jav G, genl mngr The li M 
, Silicon Wall Plaster & Muff; Co, 

111 2d. , i 

Dubois John W, painter, bds 409 Shaw. 
Dubois Robert B, lab, res 400 Shaw. ■■' 
Ducan Emily (wid Job), res 517 e lCJth. 
Duel© George, lab, bds 818 Mulberry. 
Dudley Charles A (Dudley & Coffin),' 
I res 1026 9th. 

Dudley Edward, driver,, bds 773 lltli. { 
Dudley James E, farmer, res 27th ;swj 
i cor Kingman ave. I 



Dudley Rev John M, res 1475 Jefferson 

DUDLEY MILTON -L, Geneal Afcem 
New York Life Ins Co, res| 1715 7th 
( see right top cor cards) . 

DUDLEY & COFFIN (Charles A Dudley 
Nathan' E Coffin), Lawyers, 517 Ie 
"* Loan and Trust Bldg! 

Dudley Wm E, njipved to Marshalltown 

la. j i 

Duea Martin C, coachman, 719 Clairk 
Duerr Andrew, janitor State House 

306 b 17th. • . 

Duff Albert, moved to Chicago. 
Duff James, lab Minear's brickya dj 

bds 121 e 5th. :',''. n 

Duff James A, moved to Chicago; 
Duff Oliver, moved to Chicago. 
Duffer Charles,' lab, bds 100 3d. 
Duffey, John, lab, bds East Des M<)if)el 
! House. ' ■ L ] 

IDufli^ld Ivy C (wid Middleton) rms 731 
! 19tH. . ' ■ • |L ! 

Duffy Jacob C, wks la Box Factory, m 

1015 e 14th. i • / 

Duffy Owen B, supt Youuker Bros, res, 

940 5th. | j 

Duffy Miss Alice E, student Highland 



4 



i 



$ 



ave. 1 



rms 



Park College. 
Dugan Mrs Anna, bds 508 e Court 
Dugan D Clinton, cond C, R I & P RyJ 

res 1504 Locust. t 

Dugan L A, studerjt IOWA !BUSC|ES$ 

COLLEGE. ! 

Dugan John, driver L J Wells, 

Locust n e cor 4th I ! 

Dugan L A, student IOWA BUSEfESSj' 

COLLEGE,bds 705 Park. . . 

Dugan Miss Nina, tailoress Continental 

Clothing House.rmkl412 Locust! h? 
Dugan Patrick, lab. bds 509 e Wa nut; 
Duggfiu Andrew E, foreman C C Wcoleuj 

Mill, res 830 9th. I I 
Duggan Catherine, domestifc 224 (t'o lege- 

ave. J I .„ 

Dugger Miss Hettie, dressjnkr ms Mj 

E Right. -res H'M Duggep. 
Dugger Hiram M, teamster], res w 

1st so of New Y ork ave.) 
Duing Modora (col'd), (wid JunjiW 

laundress, res 816 11th. < 

Duke Charles D (C D Duke & Co) 

1019 Locust. 
DUKE CD & CO ((pharles D and 

Duke), Druggists, 1201 High. 
Duke John C (C D Duke & Co), r^s 

Highi i . 

Duke Wm H, cabinet mk;r 'Schnn 

Henry Mnfg Co, res 1313 High. 
Dulin Jacob J (col'd), physician, l^H e . : 

same. 



j 

:;3th! 



.Grand ave, res 



iUl 



resi 
1210'i 

U 



Goihmi3$ioa • WjerchaMs 

DODGE TBACK. TE1EPH0NB 4p« 



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Dijll Wm W, ins dgt| res 
Piillanid Oelia, domestic C?5i8d. 
Diillara Stephen, stu dent IIOWJ B^SI- 
! km COLLEGE. ' |T1 



in, student 



Isabel, in issagelL res 



Highland ^ark 






pfilty Miss 

Diimphy Miss- Susan M, student Dpake 
Univ^raity^ bd$ 1344 2!7th : . 

MB G &;|CO, IVercantile 
Saiijuel P Kri^6la id, >Mnj*r 
Toudgermah bile. . "\. \ ) 
Duiagan Daisy Vj cl r,res'|Maui , |y se| cor 
52d;iV '' j ; '!: : I 



Drfnagajtt Samue 



Dilnagan Thornid, lids Mauf 
1:2^.! j i ■ ! ' ' ! - ,r 
Piinahwgh, (SeeaJ 



F, 



lab, r6s| Maury se' 



! onahpe, 
1 hnofi'ue and iMno id6\ I ; 1 
Difoahugh Andrew Ajj qti 



I Brno 



ry 



l y onahue, 



X AjiquY- 

nefTransfer Co, reslljl; e 
bar Miss Mai](je t Iressni^r, 
t Locust. x . * ; i| 
fjat : Sarah J fwicl John),; 
i*es oyer 511 Lo6usfc ; ■■ ! 

Ditapan Benjamin F, trkviait 
I Camp, rms 604 jVfalnut. ■[ j 
Du ican Charles L, clic Ford '& ijon,, jbds 

1552 pes poinds. \ , \\ \ 
Dua^an Miss Evaj kea 1060 lith. , 
Duncan ^rs Fan riie L],| bdsji^l ej 13t 



DincanlFrankM 
■!;o culisti and aurilit- 

/nth. j , : : 
IlincaniFrank Jr 

res 1060 11th, 
Duhean {Frank E 

res 825 3d. ', 
KpCAlTF-*fc0 



(J Duncan <kSohs)| 
311 m, res l,06p 

(|F puncan & 

(pubcan, | fy ^.bbejtt), 



MOINES iCTTY /DIEteOTOJ 



sjj[y and %y, flits Mer j s and Then 



103: 1 6th 



Agency, 



704 



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DUN 



Kew'T^Drk [Life) ] ns.; Go. 

bf MEW YORK. 

M.|L/DUbLEY/b w .Ag't, 

MWE,&T,$raifflG, 

1 ' lr ' 

S;LE|aD! [LET OTHERS FOLLOW! 



fr 



COL 






Randall & 
Chamberlain 



ejj White 

Eitocoon. 

res <Wer 

drjessmkr, 

Estey & 



DiinkerjAu|gu^tiis F, elk 
•piekejy, res 1115 Schpol. 

Dunker} Edward, wks 

Medicine Co, bds 1115 Sihlool 
DujikerJFerdinapd, bds 621 iVllen 
DubkerJohjn H,: cooper, rfes 621 Allen 
Diinker Lewis A, elk,- bds 1 15 School. 
Dunker L01 is, lab, re8 520 e so 6th. 
DSpyrtLoijis, elk Balzer & Ryin, bds 
, ' m Allen.! f 

jpuilker (Mis$ Sophie, dressihkr, bds 520 
e so 6th. 



Dunkle Miss Alice, res 120 
fikleki 



th. 
dk Stewart),, 



student -Highland Park 



So is), 



1. 



. - „ ,.~ r ,~ .Frank] Wjm Mnd 

I rank JrJJOptiil Goods; 3il 5th. 
uincan ,Geofge VF {a;e 30), didd Jlily 

"poaij Kay, } studen . Hig(ilan|l Park 
jUoliege; ■ ■» : , 

fkanWmF (Fj)uiican & 
JFUth. •- ,, 

\FAX & ABBElTT (Frankl 

> V'.A Abbeti, IFire" 
,^gf.*ifa, 202 5th'. ; 
u » iderjlale, Thdn 4 Iclk W erfpool & 

1 Mocking Co Tes^l316 ^ Walnuli 



Sobs), res 

|j Ejincm, 
naurapce 



*% Junius ^, janitor Y Ml 

same] 



Shames (ag(i 45]; died! ^eiember 



li 

1. 

r 25, 1892 



A..ri 



cl{,j|<AJ3oydr, 



I 




Iff 



Sx 



res 
Co, 



Diirikle Andrew J (Dunkle 

^.120,lliih; • •[ '- 
Du^le F P, " 

(f^llege: 
Dutikle; Mis4 Linnie, res 120 11th. 
Duhkle| Miss Lizzie, res 120 11th. 
D^UkleMisijiMattiei teacher Washing 

tdti schoo^ res .120 11th. 
Dupkle & Stewarli (Andrew J Dunkle,, 

Sabiudl Stewart), flour ah i feqd, 811 

lidcusti. • I- • -, \ 

Dunlap Mrs Anna B, music teacher, res 
r 6^ Mdple. 
Dun ap Asbury W (M L & |A W Dan- 

M), r^s 1806 Lyon. 
Duilap LVra, student Highland Park 

Gdllegk) m- 

! DUjjap Jessie, (Student Highland Park 
|i GOllege, 
pub ap Mary L (M L & A V^ Dunlap). 

Durilap,]\j[atiida, domestic 731 19th. 
DuijtapM Ll & A W (Mary L and As- 

btii-y W)i physicians, 422 e |Jth. 
DuLilap Sylvester M; blksraith, 2221 

CfM.tage Gijove ave, res 11 H 21st. 
DuTilap Worthington, ins ajt, res-629 

Mkple.l ! 
Dunij CjW.i. student HighUnd Park 

C6 1egk I , 1.:.! 

Durin Dalvidi lab, CC Gas Light Co, 

reb|124e Locust. V! ' 

Durin Eli is Bj painter Buck Bros Co, res 

5to|e Locust. . 
Duflij George, lab, bds High 1 jcor Doug 

las ave ' 



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RITE SHOE STORE. ""* * co • 



006 Walnut Street. 



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SUPBRIO& 

PHOTOGRAPHY, 

>. 411 Walntt St. ; | 

fsm des MOifiEs. mi 



Dunn Grant N, painter Buck Br6s CJ>, 
res 1330 Lyon. 

Dunn John W, paperhgr John Mae- 
Vicar, res 1371 e 9th ! , 

Dunn Millie, student Highland Par|k 
College, resi Wileoxen Cottage. 

Dunn Mamie, domestic 1317 27th 
Dunn Matthew, car inspector C G ^V 
Ky; res Grey Place, 1st so of j round 

house (S DM). , 



Durland Wm, horse shoer, 411 2d, ceslj 



6th ai 



re. 
elk A I £ WfiS 



» :! 



Dunning Mjss Hattie, wks D M 
Wks, bds o ,r 



Vorse blk 

Dunning Trueman S, wks D M 

Wks, res 5 j Vorse blk. 
Duuovan,|Scd Donovan. 

gU£ :' Duns GeorgdL, lab The Flint Bri 
SS*- 5 i bds Alfred 'Pierce, i ' 



G 
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(xloye 
Glove 

ck Co, 






fa 
p 



<r. 



Duns John A, elk. res over 1000 10th. j 

Dunshee Frank S (Dunshee & Allen;), 

• res 1434 7th. ! 

DUNSHEE k ALLEN, (Frank S Dun 
shee, Silab B Allen), Lawyers 5J2 
Walnut. ., I 

, DUPLEX TYPEWRITER CO, George 
A Jewett ,Pres, W B Bentlev Viee- 
Pres, A S Dennis Sec, W & Collin 
Treas, 014 Locust. (See backbone of 
book; and classified Typewriter Ma- 
chine Mnflrs.) "i ; 

DU PONT li CO, Powder' HP Collins 

Agent, 70ii Youngermaa blk. : 

! Durand Carbine U (wid Anson M), bcls 
, 1300 8th. 

Dun- ml Fountain K, elk A T & S 
bih 838 (it i ave. 

Dunud Frederick A, elk D M U 
res*l306 8th. 

Durand Wm R, elk W F Callander & 
Co. res 838 6th ave. 

Durango Steel and Iron Co, James Cai- 
lanau pr^s, G W Baker sec, rms a|04 
la loan aiid Trust Bldg. ] ] 

Duraut Ja^ob, wagon mkr, res 1401 
Walker. | j | 

Durbond Edward, student Highlahd 
Park College. j 

Dnrcell James C. miner Bloonifielq C 
& M Co, res 1)00 e so 9th (S D M). J 



F R U, 
depot, 



1623 Walker. 

Durley Miss Addfe, bds 828 8th. 

DURLEY PRESTON B, Business Mdgr :} 
Des Moines Daily JiJews, res 30 llhe ' 
Iliad. 

Ourn all James, res 810 

burnall W Edmond, 
i res 810 6th ave. 

Durnel WmH, confectioner, '410 e Gih, 
i tres 1008 Maple. ■ [ 

Duroe Frank E, salesman ]W WKIM« 
I BALL CO, 614 Locust: ' I ! ; 

Durr Fred, lab, res 122 e 8th. 
DURRETTE RALPH G, Druggist Uw >j 

cor 6th and Euclid aves, res same} 
Durstine Miss Florence, student Drake '■} 

University, res^ 1623 Center. \ 

BURSTINE LEE B, Ungr for Io;ra 
l Equitable Life Assurance Society of • 
I the United States, res 1623 Center, -j 

(See left top cor cards and front page ,' 

Duryea George P, student Highland :> 

Park College, rms Wm S Tweed. | 

Duryea John B, teacher Highland Park i 

College, res 3620 4^h. ;< 

Duryea Kenneth, student Highfaud j 

Park College. ' \ x 

Dust Mary (wid Schrader), rms 808 e so,' 
! 7th. | l • j"j 

Dustin John, elk G B Elliott, bds 2315 : 

North; '- J !; 

Duston Miss Amy (Duston & Cornelius), "* 

rms 537 6th ave. I J 

Duston George G, trav agt, res 2315 

North. , a ' j i 

Duston & Cornelius (Amy Duston Jen- 
nie Cornelius), dressmkrs, 537 6th are. 
Dutcher Daniel S, farmer, bds 10 Voipe 
[ block i I . ; 

Dutton Frank E, carp, res 1738 Maple. ' 
Dutton Miss India, bds 6t0 3d. 
Dutton Lois, student 5 Highland Psrki 

College. | ' 

Duvall Hiram, lab, bds 416 e I Gravid 

ave. , ; I 

Duvall John F, medicine mnfr, ojeri: 

3o4 Walnuf, res same. 
Duvall Stephen, hay and grain, 41 re 

Grand ave, res 416 same. ' , 
Duvall W Frauk u driver Stephen If a 

ivall, bds 416 e Grand ave. 
Djuxbury S, student highland 

College. . !■'•■, 

D wight John H, ddntist, 5 Goofi b 

res Meeker near 21st. 



1 



I Dwiunell Darwin 
North ave. res same 



grist mill, 



Park 
k, 



n 



Dwire Wm (age 50) du>d Sept 24i W 2 -\. 



Hnfoal Benefit life |n 




m HEWABK, 
*> H. J. 



OF CHAS. B. VAN f^lf 

81PATK AQBNT 



» lioiMES, XOWA. 



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twire Wm R, iari ister, It »ds 
Troe(SpM). M / j; \] .! 



llARRY JMLILI* 

EA/T\ LAUN 



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DIRECTORY. 



costs Nd mo 




FRBS B8LI7JBRI 
TBLBEflONI! 718 
211-213 r^INTH 



m 



Dwyer Miss AibaJ wks . . 
| re^ e s Main f^sjastjop6^). 



Dwyer Ellen 
House, 120 



£28 



Mo] 



M 1 laundry, 

1 ■•■■'.' i 
ni), p^opr Atlantic 

Highland 



Park Col- 




(v r i 
e 7;(i. 

Dwyir i Gertru i 2, student 
Park College 

Dwyjer I Ei studint Highiji^d 

'■\bfy\ ■:• ■■■ I : . -i". r 

t)wyer ' cjFohpt inmor y&i) 
j Co,l rese sMatn (Sevasto 

Dwyf Matk, Is li Kjini&i! 
1 501% Walnut 

DwyQ^r Patrick, minjer Vain G'ijkfel CM 
. I Co,vres e s Ms i^i (Sevasto pol). ! 

Dwyeij Patrick JTr„ 'I ilj Vapj G inkM C wt 
Co,? res Patrick D 1 tfyer. ; ' ' ! 

ikyer/Wm, die ij D< c $4tlj, 18)2. 

llwyeir: Wni; wi s. N it (Stair sh M 
jresjGnesterjfield. i ! •• | 
iJye IVjIiss Cora, hd| < >v£r 318 61 h aje. 
Dye Miss Cora tt stenog Harris-Erne 

; Co,jpsl3i2(i(h#el ; 
D^e Miss EmmjkS, i eaiche|r 

;c!#l, re«WfUabl4. 



scnooi, res aj< piapi^. .; 
ijjp'e $ijank \\f, c|gar jmkr, ic 
live Miss Ida 
lfteJ«VW, 



M, 






hlg Co, 



madh i > Gree! 

i- ' / : : 



ye dpt 

.816jiMaplo; ' I i , j 

Wye flattie (wif Oven), Tins' 

1 tithare. ■ f !■ 



X i 



hadie see Eddy 



a 



Longfellow* 



& 



„.. ...... , 7p7^aple[. ; 

sfucJeiH, l>qs 737 Maple,/ 
Son)}; res 

-.{■• 
over 318 



and Edey { 




7W 



J jVmrtbl St. 406 ■] 5. Walnut St. 






132( 24th, : 
res 



res 
res 



jffier Arnold L>! teamster, ^es 123'Jeffer- 
S0M).; : ' ! [' 
ienjaniin fx, res 
yer flehry^ teamster. 

^MLTI.;' | : :[ 
Dyer Hiraiii* teamster, 

Pyer Jkred, teamster, 

(SDM).! 1K/'I 
yer Joseph A (Garrett 
1826 34th. I 
Dto C scar L, elk 

Dyer Warren, teamster, re 9 213 Clay (S 

i ; Piw- -i i " I- • 1[' ! l 

DysWtl Albnzo '{col'd), peter, res 11.10 
J5tjh(SD|M). k j- < / ! ' ,T 

.Disart Mrs F $abib, prog;>abin House 1 , 
r |4th se cor CMstfaut. Ir 

;Dysart|Rilk, l&b D H McJ)aneld & Co, 
[res 11105th (SI DM). | T f 

D^frtWW R (col'd), lab, 



805. Clay (S 
foot of Jeff- 

223 Jeffersob 

'■ ' ' I 
Dyer), res 

I l 1 

Israel Bros, 1 rms 1310 



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Per-. 



agap, see aho { Eqarand Eggbn, , 
agari Anna widrLrwtenft), ids 527 e 
ppukave. -I. 'I: p' ' iy 
mmooki 409-411 Walnut 
}Gp moil WORKS Diitoi i 

,-kiiKj Pro^r, 301- 511 e Cotift a^e. 

%le| Potteiy ;Wo«ks, El C [Uridike 
Ipropr, 210 f so 1st Ii. X ■ 

[fkmkWml lab, r<« 12X8 23d; 

J^les Abel, kb, Us 1 10 e Rkcw »6n; 

!?me'fi, see AhieL • j 

irhart Miss| C kra M, stMdeht blrake 
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Earlo Emmet, student ID WA BUSIN 
EJSS COIiLEGE,, b*ls im 'Walker. 

EARLE IRA Mi(Earle &jrrouty), Vice 

■■ Ptes Des Moines Lumber Co, res 
lafO 8th. • 

EaWe Lela J teacher Bryault school, bds 

I 1352 talker. r 

Earle LottikL.diedJanunry 80, 1893. 

Earle Minnie E, bds 1135^ Walker. ' 

Earie Samiiel K, elk | mailii g div P O, 
res 1352 Walker i 

EARL? APROllTY^ Ira M Earle, Solo- 
toon E Pijobty), Lawyers, 211 4th. 

Earlus Alfred (age 24), died May 28th, 

■■■Wife. J" I' ' ,i . ! 

Eaiy AjndrW (coP d), baf be; • A O Smith, 
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Policy-holders, which is full of interesting matter. 

It is a pamphlet of 48 pages, neatly priated on 
handsome paper 

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Early John (bol'd), barber A fymitlji, 
res 11 PI) 3d 

Early Miss LjettaM, student Drakb Uni 
versity, bds Pleasant ne«cor 17th. 

Early May, ijds 1486 Fremont. 
Early Quincey (col'd), bds 1109 3d. 
Early Thomas, farmer, res Pleasant u(e 

cor 17th. \ 
Early Viola (col'd), domestic 1730 7th 
Early Wertes (col'd), porter A O ^tuitty, 

bds 1109 3d. 
Earnist Isaac, lab, res 3600 4th. 
Easley James H, lab Proctor C dnd M 

Co] res 1st ue of Proctor Coal Mine 

tSDM). ! f 

Eason George L, watchmkr, 312 6th ave, 

res same. I j 

East Des Moines Baptist Church, Pencja 

ave se cor tDes Moines. 
East 1 Des Mjoines U B Church, 101.1 

Maple. i 

East Des Des| Moines C, R I & I' Pas- 
senger Station, John Lllussell lgt, e 

4th, ne cor [Vine. ! 

East |Des Moines High School, Elmer H 

Wliite prir), 12th ue cor Court ave. j ; 
East Des Moines House, Wm Asherti 

propr, 123jeoth. ! 

EAST DES ! MOINES POST OFFICE, 

Archie Christy Supt, 520-522 e Granjd 

ave.. ,] 

East lies Moines Station C, B & Q. Elpi 

ne cor e so! 5th. 
East Side Baptist Church (col'd), w s of 

e2d 4th s of Walnut. ; 

East Side Christian Church, 9th cor 

Shaw. t I 

East Side Church of Christ, e 12;h sw 

cor Des Moines. 
EAST SIDE IMARBLE AND GRANITE 

WORKS, Hiley & Co Proprs, 308 !e 

Locust. ($ee page 139.) ! 

EAST SIDE TEN CENT STORE, Wm 

Carmichael Propr, 434 e Locust | 
Eastberg Haitie L, domestic 558 15th. 
Easter Clem jW, bkpr Review Pud C(>, 

rius 1111 Locust. 
Easter Isaac W, bridge mech, Tea, 15^2 

M in ave. i 



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faster Wm O, bridge mech, bds Im') 

Main ave. i j' 

Eastman Charley E (McLeland & East- ' 

man), bds [716 2Qth. : 

Eastman James W, res- 1300 e 13th. y 

astman Newton, student Highlaad" 

Park College. ! | ' 

^aston Charles S, trav agt Charles Coita- j 
| selman & Co, bds The Kirkwood. ( 

ASjTOX FUEL CO, Daniel T Johns, ' 

Propr, 628 e Locust. 

astbn Rev Levi W, pastor Wesleyanfi 

church, res 820 Lyon. 
Gaston Orlando S, fireman Wabash R 3 

11, res 1107 Maple, ' 

Saston Ozro J, lab, res 811 e 12th. 
Easton Triiman L, photog, bds 82p 

Lyon. i , . ■" 

Gaston Wm H (Bates & Easton), rms > 

8418th. . j 

atinger Mis,s Belle, )ds 1212 Mam (. 

ave. j ,. ■'!.'•■' 

Catinger Bertha,, waiter Highland Park ,'. 

College. ■■ •. ^ ! r , 1 /,- 

Satinger Conyad J, w,ks D M Electric .. 

Co, res 723 2d. ' 1 

Satinger Richard, baker Peter Kurtz, J 

rms 1212 MainL 
^atinger Richard A, eng D & M Elep- . 

trie Co, res 12|12 Main. ! 

aton Alipe, student Highland Paik 

College, j j , | i 

i^aton Miss Bessie Lj, bds 1605 1 Linden. . 
^aton Charles W, physician, 420 Wal- ; , 

nut, res 714 North. | I • 

ilaton David C, carp, res cor 6th and 

Franz aves. ' 

atou Delia C, bds 828 12th. 
Catou Miss l^ora B, student Highland 

Park College, rnis 617 Oakland ave. ; 
aton Elmer G, salesman llead & t 

Traversy, res 3510 5th (Highland ; \ 

Park). 
Eaton George, wks Evan's Cafe, rms 506 

| Chestnut. l 

Eaton George W, eng Iowa Furniture 

I Co, bds 1605 Linden. | 
EATON HARRISON A, Planing Mil, 
T 112-114 e Walnut, res 12302^d. 
Eaton James W, lab, bds 1605 Linden. 
Eaton John W, elk Perley & Anderson, 

| res 1605 Linden. 
Eaton Lewis B, student Highland Par 

I College, o 

Catou Nancy (wid Sylvester), bds 10»> 
2l3t ■ ' I 

Satoii' Walter L (Railey & Eaton), rej 
10th 1st n of Seneca ave (Highland 

p a rk )- no 

Saton Wilbur, teamster Perkins & rer 

kins, res 1605 Linden. 






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O. L. WATROUS. i. 

[ COK. SIXTH AND MVI^MEBBY. 



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Ebborson 
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Bridge Oo, 



cliineCa, bils 1 603 e'lst ■ 



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ph -;S, draught sniai King 
)ds*1813tjl£ ] '. I 

Ebel'hart Fr^Ijriok! S,; moved 
J<isepb,l Mo, . f » :!,',■ 

Eberbart I Gw tavus i A, ; : moved 
. Joseph,' Mo. i r : r | ' 
Eberie George L, mattress 

LbcteresjfilO.e 6th. '; I 
Ibetly Carrie 'jA: widErank), rj^s 1159 

T#- ' i J' I 1 ';■!!, ; 'r I'- 

Ebjjmian Fraiiliu, farmer, res nw 1 

j. sec-20, (BlocmhYlditwpi.l ![ { 

fBERSOIE CHARLES, Fresh and Salt 

(MAts;. Gale, irid ^ultryi] Fisl>, 

(Haters an$ Lo asters; 813 Walnut, 

refclilO Lodupt. . : ; i ! ■ T 
Sbertole Mar -aji. A ! (Ebers6le & 

gel l ald),|bds 1519 Locust) if 
Jjejsole & Fitzgfeiald, (Martin A 
,| so e, Char es Fitz^aid}, n 
■■i mkrket, liu 0n,ndi ay0. \ i, , 
Etjnto Jojin.i iilor jDnST Job 
j SoL Ws,7lC §th 1!' yL. j! 
jEcell Andrew bautry cWk the 
} wood. . • .'[ . {| : :. k '■; 
[Eekerson Miss Alt* E, cashier CliarleJ 
I; iHewitjt, bds mm. . ! 1 ' 

i (Eckert Daniel jJE, foreman LouuHar 

bach, rms 14 €hi rch bllL j ' * 

; Eckett Pker, Iwhs/ Ed Ward Eeidel^ 

! baugh, to4)ieLocusjt. jl ! 1 

Ecklundi see Mmi dl ' : . 'i ] 

Eckniam AugisL )aperlk;r Holland & 

New, res 121 Je "thJ ^ 
jEckman Missi May, binder It J Pri 
i Co, res 835 e Walnut, it I. 
Eekinan MrsJV: F, dressi^kr, |609 b Lo 

cu.it. res same. ! 

Edkuian Samui si, tt apister 
1 Co, pus 319 4 th. 



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EDEJBURN OSCAR, Red Estate, 28-29 



ce ijldg, bds l|th \yf cor Wash 

"on. j ' 

jrri MissSusah, tejicher, res 11th 
cor .Washington. 

3urn| Sylvanus W, Contractor, res 



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Pioneer Hay 



and 1 Edey. 

pr Mlnnt ap'olis Es- 



Eddy »iee also, Eadi 

WY Clarencfe S, b„ r . w ^ u , 

LW/ 1 ^ 6 !^ c <4 *MeJB8 6th dve. 
K& Ji r ? ?mWA, tfms lpi* ^ilev (D). 
f^lvin^drirerire^ieQSc./ j 
S Fr 4|> *F Hurlbul Wird^ 

WelBlute Fran- £ J, carp, ie 1 1M V ^ooi 
,jag4|av€. i : J '•■■,•■■ ■ 

dm?/ lfred ' clk ^ m Hoi man, 
^erjburn Mjsf Al ce, res llh nv cor 



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j^th nW cor Wash ngtojn. 
Eaonfi Claude; butcher, res 1026 High. 
"(Jflr-jMiss Anna, bdd 180e e Grand ave. 
see also Eddie and yS'ddy. ■ 

Alfred S, locksmit i 323 5th, res 
18th< ;.■'«..] 
Aubby A, bkpt, rej '909 |17th. 
. Automatic Car Couplet Co, C E 
C Edey pres, J SKolk dec, 328 5th. 
tjey Charles E p, pteslEdey Automatic 
(j)ar Coupler Co,' r^s 90^ J7th. 
ley Dunbar H, mkih W[ilson & Stejn, 
jres W0I7th /; I f 
E% EdWin A, mach D M 
I fres L18fe 5th. T ,1 

Ed^XiPthel R,,res 909 17th. 
Edey Hubert L[ mach, reS 909 L 17th. 
#y,|John A, locksmith ^ S Edey, res 
$09 17th. 

ipby Johri F, gunsmith, res 909 17th. 
dfBy Rebecca M (wjid Hpnry), res 909 

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w ave, res same, 
agar, August, wks-iiees iGabriel&Co, 
ibds 1st bet Des Moines and Maple. 
Edkari Joseph, plasterer, res COS e 1st, 



i W^hiniton. 
fcueuburn Mi 



{eabiirnj Misb ^ 
JlQjne Sbhool res 11th 
inexoa: 



icher Forest 
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bds B10 Jeffersbn 



Edge JVIiss Ellen E, 
MUM). 
Edjte George, bricklyr, ba> 702 Monroe 

iMyk' .-1 I I 

Edge Wm,j wks Proctor iCoal Co, res 

]■ J310 Jefferson (S DM).* ! 

Edge "Vm\ J W, bricklyr, b<is 810 Jeffer- 
son SI) )/L)l 

Edgecomb tfiss.Lulu. student Highland 

w |Farl:.Cdlfege, bds 3227 1th. ' ! 

E#er y AJhce'G, teacher, bds 1153 19th. 

Ea&er y Mute Clara M. bdk 1153 19th. j 

TOERLYi r M V B, PresBbs Moines & 
Kan&as | City Ryl res Springfield, 
Mm. {§ee front fiageXVI.) 
cfgerly Wm F, res 1153 lHh. 



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Full information will be cheerfully fumhh'ed by 
F. B. ALLDREDGE, Gen'l Agent, 



MILLER, District Sup't, 
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Edgerton Miss Etta F* student 
College, bds 1537 9th. \ 

Edgren Wm, 'fireman C, B & Q 11 R, res 

1209 (i Pinej ' ! 

Edinger Casshis W, photog, res 1156 8th f 

Edison Alniaj domestic 1303.6th ave. 

Edmonds All>ert B, treas Kenyan Bi- 
cycle, mufg Co, nns 708 Grand ave. 

Edmoudsou Charles F, driver Adamu 
Ex Co, bds f21 2 1st. 

Edmund Benjamin (col'd), lab, bds (504 
Vine. | 

Edmund Silas (col'd), cook The Iliad 
rms 004 Vine. 

Edmunds Charles H, bkpr John Mao 
Vicar, res 1:126 2d. 

EDMUNDSOK DAVID «, Sec Security, 
Loan and Tru-t Co, res 1314 pleas- 
ant. {See left top cor cards and page 
125) > : J 

Edmuudson jMiss Lizzie, teacher Bird 
school, res 675 15th. 

Edmuudson ^eua, domestic 013 Maple. 

Edrington Glistavus, elk Hotel Logan, 
rms same. • - ; 

Erstroti Fraik, driver, res 1504 Capitol 
iive. . i. 1 I 

E&stroni Peter A, teamster Maple 
^rove Coal & Mining Co, bdp 1404 
Capitol ave ! 



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Edtl Charlesj moved to Tacoma 



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Edtl Mrs Elizabeth, res 1174 2d 

Edtl Francib A, moved -to Tkconja 

Wasli. ! 
Edtl Frank A, moved to, Tacoma, Wash. 
Edtl Miss Mary, bds 1174 2d. 
Edtl '{'heodore, wks Lang Bros, bds 

1174 M. i 

Edtl Tr/acy (wid Francis A), bds If 74 2d. 
Fdwarus Anderson S, trav agt, res 16(8 

■Washington. 
Ij iwards Bertha, student Highland 
riPark (College. T 

I^dwards Emily W (wid Rev Jes^e), ros 

1068 11th. 
Edwards Grant, lab, bds 503 School. 
Edwards Herbert W, trav agt H Gilt 

man & Co, Ibds 93114th. , 



Western Whrte Rpooze Jo. 



Son), res 1314 Forest ave. {See right 
bottork lines.) 

llkl wards J S, student Highland Park 
College. ■ ' 'J 

Edwards Jackson (col'd), lab, res- ejs- 
J 15th 3d so of Scott. I . , 

Edwards Miss Jennie; L, bds 98$ 17th. 

Edwards John, tailor, bds 1138 8th. 

Edwards John S, student, bds , Rev A 

I Patterson. , I 

Cd wards Justice E, packer H Gutmsjn 

& Co J res 1626 e Grand ave j ' 

Cdwards Katie L, domestic 1602 11th. 
Cdwards Marion, student IOWA BUSI- 
NESS! COLLEGE. 
£d wards Miss Mary, res 1068 11th. . . I 
Cd warns Miss Mary A, stenog, bds 932 
17th.| , .. . f 

dwards Reese, janitor Good blk, rus ' 
931 14th-.f' ! ' 

EDWARDS SURRY L (Edwards '&, 
Son), res 932 17th|" (See right bottom 
lines.) j 

M wards Van R, janitor, bds 931 14ti. 

Edwards W C, student Highland Park 
Collecre ' • 

EDWARDS WM A} : House ifuroishii 
Goods, L ; B Price Mngr, 6.14 Gra 
ave. I ' i' I ' , 

Edwards W R, trav agt NORJM 
LICHTY MNFG CO, bds Mungefo 
Hotel. , i 

EDWARDS & SON (Surry L and Hor- 
ace N), Dentists, rms 20 aud 21 Ma- 
sonic Temple. (See riqht bottom 
. lines.) j 

Edwinson Christopher, lab, res n s of ; 
Easton boulevard. j 

Edwinson Mary E, bds Christopher 
Edwinson. I j | 

|Ed worthy James, elk Nielsen, Hansen 

; & Co, res 1315 Capitol ave. I • 

Efkamp Henry W, painter, res.8il9 12th. 

Efner Earl, studerit Highland Park Col- 

- lege. , \ l * ! 

Egan Mrs Beda M, milliner, res 1018 
Walnut. - ' 

Egan Douglaa-M, died October, 1892., . 



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DRAKE & BUSSELLE, 

Gravel and Felt Roofers 

We make a specialty of Sidewalks and Drivers 
using the famous "CiLaoN-iTE. 11 the llucfii 
Asphalt known for this class of work. . 

Office, 200 Fifth Street, Yoangerman Block- 

ROOFING MATERIAL FOR 
SALE AT LOWEST PRICES. 

BOLE AQMNT8 FOR '•&IL.eO" T '^' 



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>\ P.' TwpMBLxJ Pret't, Ki-State Treasurer, 
I. E. TBicuocf, Vice-Prwt, Pres't Des Moii 



Cor.HiSi«bwaLocfist, BK fQIHSS„IOWJ.. A. 0. MiikLEify, Cjc^fVp, sEc-Deputy County Treasurer. 



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;pal4 Capital, sso.ooo. 

Moirtes Ice Co. SHiplBS aDfl PTClltS. 

$10,000. . 



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Egan James, 
61$, Vibe. .• 

Egabl Patrick, frostier Chaticis E 
| b4 8 Logan ape nw GoriFuij ave 
Egan Thomas', jab, res 111 i fyocu&t. 

Egbert "Miss ICarriel'jS, ; ,tt]j>r Hyman, 
Lahtz & Hof eli, bjds l'^f tjHghf 

Eggerfc Miss Minnie 
13th. !1 



kberg Gustavo L, tinner Oscar Lof- 
.Pq^ist, r^s 1208 e 7th. 

& Ekberg), res 



EkbergOlaf A (Hackett 
1107 Filmore. I 



&)Ekdahl) res 



bid 

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kggert John; mason 

mm. \ I 

fcGGLESTOfl frRAr 

Gdbrt, ' Central police 
^eV^alnutL ';' ; 

Sggleston James, mojder, 

|5gidio RbhianD; frt it ,stab!d 
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Meal, 

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W, dte^smk :, 1155 

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rainfe: $elsc n, res 




ge police 
§tktion, res 

bds 206 7th. 
rajs 218 



bland Park 



8 ^Nelson 
p'aterit 'rights, ires 311 e 



jtoii e^'athtf" - 11 

Uhler^ Emma, tjomesp 



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hrkfctfoUnl cdhd C 

. o*823| Wailful?. , 

I IBOteCK ! JOSEPH, 1 *rbp)r Iowa S ; 

Atueigeij, Wet 213 V falnut, rtis 91 1 



Kate, student | H?f 
; Cpllbgej ' i l ■■ ■ I ;. : 
Sharfci Peter, j shoemkr,; 

Hobk [ t i ' n 

hlelAbramD, 

12th. . j j , •: 

htelHarH, retoortef R :G1 Dum& Co, 

~ 12tlf.- jii- M ■ , , 

/O, rm8 

S ;aats 

, , Uttr8s9113d. 

Mepage }40.) . 1 -U P. ■■' ' ' 
^cheulaub Torijr, waiter )H«ird&Lari- 

meii bds 321 5 h. -j '• . 1 • 
JwejHenryJlab, res 506 e;sd 10th'. 
W jSerene,i doniestic il60 i th 
? ghW St H)ose Hous j, H: ) ? feuts^hall 

Hti,;8th:ak|Schoot 

TO Charles W, res 

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MlMisi'fekrJhA, 
J>T.fcjs 1)180 Walkei 
kert Simdn. H, irive 

El !« Wm, iLncry,! 

El i rmaa mm h, 

^,[^8 1487 Walnut. 



1430/vfajkerJ 
E| J>|Wl(ey, 

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Amdahl Alxel (Johnson 
' 1016eCdnter. P 

EkdahlJqhn, coa'chmanj Robert Fuller- 

, t0 f- . • » ■:}■ \ ,-■ ■ 

Eckerson i Thomas C, i fireman C C 
^ 1 W6olen Mills. 1 bds 1220 Mulberry. < 
Ekfeit Miss Lizzie, seamstress, bds 222 
,|e Grand ave. I 

il?kfe|t Samuel AJ carp H A Eaton, res 
! 222 e Grand ave^. ' 

Ekl u M Andrew, plumber, res 832 

, ; ':ism&n; ii , i - ' I" i 

E^lubd Charles, bds .832 Small. I 

Eklu^id Erbest, teamster, bds 832 Small. 

EkiundJlans, wks Chamberlain! & Co, 
,bds ( 832 Small. \ ■ \ \ 

klund John, carp, res lover 836 e 6ih.' 
klufid Theodore,' bds 83J3 SmalL 
knian Gustavo, painter, res 121(re 7th. 
kropt John,! plas «rer. res 715 Monroe 
HSbM)T j, - ;/, 1 !- 

k^tratid JjDhn F, 6arp, vek 1583 Walker. 
kweU Wm A," rioved to Muskegon^ 
Mien., ' j j i 

Ibierfc Ben F,- capitalist, 6 Clapp blk, 
t& 10?0 21st. ^ I : ;. '^ ■ ■ 

Elbert & York's additiobjfrom Osborn 
to, State fair grot nds, bet Capital and 
Logan aves. | 

E)lden Charles W, tond D M St R RCo, 

jii^s 440 Chestnut;. * , i .. ' 

Elo^en Miss Harriet^ J, teaser Summit 

J School, res 1429 Grand ave. 

Mdeb .* M Alma |(wid Wm), music 
teacher, res 1429 [Grand ave. 

Elde}- Charles R, lab, res U00 11th. 

Elder Duncan, garilener, e s Park ave 
5cn so of Courtlapd boulevard. 

Eld^ Duncan Jr, lab, e s Park ave 5th 
so of Courtland boulevard. ! , 

Elder Hamilton J, pressman The Ja 
^tatejRegister, res 1180 8th. 

Elder lirven, ftriver Estes Layman, res 
1{P Enos. I 

ElfAer James, . miner, res ei s Oakland 
ye ijd so of Coon Valley mine (S 

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Elto, James G, lab, bds e.s Park ave 
4th sojof Courtland boulevard. 

Elder James G, elk Stanton i Schwartz, 
re,^ Clifton Heights. 

Eldo>Rdv Joseph £, bda 1002, 11th. 

Eldeir Miss Mary L, oik H Parmelee 
Libtaiiy Co, bdi 1046 Enos. \ 

Elder Robert H, carp, res 1040 Eno^. v 

E14e^ Robert L, moved to Ft Dodge,) la,' 






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Interest - Paid ♦ on • Deposits 

CAPITAL IflD SURPLUS, $230 0|) 

PMer Wm, plumber John Burnsidje, 
nw ±-16-78-24. , 

Eld in Miss May, student Callanan 1 Col- 
lege, rui8 1429 Grand ave. 

Eldridge,. Erank E, cond, re$j 
Locus t* £ 

Eldridge George G, machinist. 
J ogan ave, 1st e of Hartley. 

El ridge Josephine, student! JOWA 

* Business college. 

Eljgm .Miss May, bds 1429 Grand ajvo, 

Elery Wm (age 24), died Aug 0,1692. 

Elgin Wm E, student Callanan College, 

. bds 1110 Pleasant. 

h icker Frank F, student, bds S 

V/ ou - 

Enfrits Henry A, pliimber J,R 
Lres s\v cor 10th 
•IS DM). ,-" 
Elifrits James R, driver, res 

Vine. 
Elifrits John, lab King & Ke|Qne|rty, 

305 Locust.. # > | 

Elifrits Montgomery L, lab, bds 

Raccoon and e««o lOth. 
Elifrits Wm H. teamster, res | s\r 

Raccoon and e so 10th 
Elings Everefr gardener, res40t 

of Beaver ave. 
Elings Henry, driver 'H C BftchrMt, 

bds 2128 School. 
Elings Peter H, lab, res 40th, 

Beaver ave. 
Elings Walter J, gardener, rds 4()th, 

1st n of! Beaver ave. ! 

Elixir Sanitarium, |Wm Browii mngr, 

420 e Locust. J 

., Slledge James H, trav agt Jf X Spitz, 
j res 1134 24th. 

^lliason Miss Carrie,- seamstress, 
'•• 413 Des Moines. 
Elliason Gustave, miner, res 413 

Moines 
Ellicker F F, student Highland Ifark 

College. . I 

Ellinger Mi^s Ella, wks North Western 

Suspender Co, bds 1011 Walnut 
Ellingei;Ella, domestic, rms T14J 6th. Uve. 



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Elliott Albert, miner, res ss Curve l$t 
w of Clay (S D M). [ 

Elliott Alexander,' blksmith, res fell 
i Forest ave. ' , i i 



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liott Alexander B, asst cashier Airer- 
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llliott Alexander L (Merrill & Elljc 
res 511 Forest ave, 

Elliott Alfred J, painter Redhead, For- 
ton, LathropCo, bds 611 e Grand ive. 
Iliott Bell0 (wid Thomas), res 619 M. 

Clliott Edwkrd D, fireman C, R,I PKy, 
756 e Locust. 

Elliott Ed Ward J, bkpr, i^ms 624 $d. 

^Iliott Miss Ettie M, printer laf Print- 
ing Co, bds 1135 7th. 

Slliott.Frea, moved fjb Boone, la. 

Clliott George B, sjtoragp, 402-4C 
Locust, res 1609 University ave. 
lliolt Gedrgel S, wks The D $ ifhbe 
Mnfg Co res 1821 High. I i 

Elliott Harry, blk State Ins Co, bds 5J15 i 
eStJi. I • *' ' - I 

[ELLIOTT [HARRY A, Vice Pres £ tite j 
Insurance Co, res 2140 Grand aye. !. 
[See emoonped tine front cover and J 
page classified Insuraiice Oo.'s) [ \ 

Elliott HatjtieJ cook Hjtel (^dtdstone. j' 

Elliott Henry E, movedtto Sioux 1 pity.' ! 



Elliott James i, farmer, res seisec!9 
"'iliott John, bk— **' " «...^--i^. 
624 3d. 



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Elliott Louisa^na (wiji Henry), i:es 

7th.' • s ,' ; 

Elliott Marthjj (wid John), res 801 Pleas- 1 

■ ant., | | . ' '{. 

Elliott Minnie, domestic John B damp- f 

bell, | l ; 

t n |L.Elliott Samuel M, agt State Ins Co, res 

515 e 5th. 
Elliott Simon B, mngr DM Shoe 

Co, res 1821 High. 
Elliott Thomas, blksmith D M 

res 617 9th.] 
Elliott Wintob C, bds 512 Chestnut. 
Elliott's Addition, n of e Grand a\ 

of State Fajir Grounds. 
Ellis Miss Addje B, dressmkr, bds 

23d. I 

Ellis Mrs Alum, res 323 ,e 5th. 
Ellis Butler, Wks Eagle Iron Works, 

Des Moinelf House. ■ 

Ellis Cbarlesf M, lafcJ bds 943 23d. J ; 
Ellis Cirila C, painter Holland & \W<\ 

res "w s35thbet North iind Forestjive.^ 
Ellis D D, stbdeut Highland Park Col 

lege. 
Ellis Edward G, cond D 

bds 1538 qapitolaye 



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Ms F G student Highland* Patk, Col- 

Mt^e; inns 3611 5fchJ i' J 

Ellis FratjiklR, paitoter Krjatier Carriage 

Co, b(|s 1207 1st vjlj.' 
Eyis Gejorge, en^ D M 'Laundry, rms 
• 1202 Jibcust. j ; j-j; , I ■ . , 

Ellfa George W, la b : If l,f WoWland ave 



Elfe Gicleon Mj blkstpilh 
G.& M Co, res Spvasttyppl. 

JKlliW Harry, .clkE 



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EKa^ri bdssanie. ' 
iElli^Henry.lab.rJsSbsisi ' ! 

' Illis'Johh J, prakimanj lesjllO i'lltih. 

Illistfohn S. driver White I Line Trans 

Coi lilt Walnut, i ; ;fl ! j]., 1. 

llisiLuther G, foifemaft city stjreets, 

res!713 Maple; .: | 1 I 
Mis Lvnian, farin< sr, res 1864 25t i. 
Mh Misa Mamie, 1 tuderitjibds 3712 4th. 
JE1 is Marshall J, lab, res:#43|23d. ,-. 
f Ellis Mary, student Highland PaikCol- 

EUfeMerfcU, stude at IQtVii BUSINESS 

■ --ii^LEtte..-' ,-, ; -i^p ■■ 

EllisMyroh.W: haitaess mkr D K Sad- 

;! o>rv Co, res 109' Locust. 1 1 . 
? Ellis OrajW, cond DMp 

\\ $20 Capitol 'ave. • : ill 

( ftlits'^alph M, ^rdssraajijila _ „ 

\\ Go,re|s &>Jh bet F >rest aVe a nd North. 

fife 'W student I^ijBUSOESS 

Ellis l&isie; L (wid Wright), i-ris 1st n of 
/I sjenrt Diagonal bridge, i j !'.!''■■ I ■' ' 
llhs IWafrea C, stdnbg Bareitoft & Me- 
Cau#mn, bds 943 23d. ijijl'' ■' 
Jllidbri, sek also Alii ion. j 'y 
Ellison Atjgustal, do mestiH J2007 C rand 



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Horace G, hiekdriir 



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Ellsworth Clarence 

'1113 Center- 
Ellsworth |Wm '#, 

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Iowa Iipan and Tru s t Bldg., p ear P. O. 

jBIXSWOBTH WM!S, files U Geni 
;| Mngr Liverpool and Dbsj Moines Pack- 

k[ ing Co, res Liverpool, Eng. (See 

» page III.) . t •■ ; ;■ ' 

^llwanger Daniel J, teainster, res 1802 
;^ Walnut, - |i. 

Kllyson, see also Ellison. l • 

Hyson Amanda d ( wid Daniel j| res 419 
6 11th. ' -j ' . J '. i , 

LLY&ON CflDEON 1), Cashier Mar- 
fejukrdt Savliigs, iiank, vp$ 419 e 11th, 

j ( jtfee bottom and lop marginal lines 

\>\ outside back' cover and^kqe 88.) 

■jhii Grove Additipn, from "North so to 
ji School bet pL9th and 21st) r 
Slnler Charles N, bds 1731 High 
Mmer Miss Jldith, asst jpriii \ Kinder- 
garten IrvingSchool, rms 17S« High. 
IMets Isaac, f pedler, res 1650 e Walnut. 
!More Wm' D, wks The D|M Shoe Mnfg 
$>, bds520iLiQden; | 
Iniwood Scoool, North !se cor 80th, 
'^od Alva J, gardener, res Wm M Elrod . 
Md Charles S, gardener,. res Wm M 
JElrod. . ': - ' 1 . ~ 

fiirpd Oscar, j 1 gardener, res Wm M 

JElrod. - ; i| .. ■■' .;' 

M6d Misk Pearl, res Wm VI Eii:od . 

Mi-dd Ross, elk T I StonerJ rms 113 8th. 

Elrqd Wm^ M,| fldrist, 803 Walnut, res s 
J Beaver avenue n.Fprest ave \ , , .. 
akser George, shoemkrj D M Shoe;*5' - 
l^lfafg Co, res 1029 fifuff . I \ * H 

sa88er Joseph, mason C, K I & P Ry, i,' 
,^.|l'005e-9tk.- J 

Else a Kate, domestic 1723 uth ave. 

EifeWlck Berlhk A, elk Henry Haller, 
.fedklSlSDes^MoinesJ l j I _ 

Elk^ck James, elk Henry Hajller, bds S 
.15: 3 Des Moines. I || > w 3 

Elkd 1 Win M, bkpr Eaile Iton Wks, res , gg a 
1306 Buchanan. IT I ■ ' 3? 

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EM 11 CUfford H, sigri painter, bds 058 

Jewell Mary E (wid Josephj, dressmkr, 

^es6581^th.-, ; ' I II, ' ] 

Elwell Roy, moved to Omaha, Neb. ' 

Elwpod Mary (wid #<|>.h^)i | dressmkr, 

Bds 1314 Grand ave. 



RlUnpO I E. J. fiOHfeERGER; 
HRUUD 1 508 East Locust 5treef. 
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Emmons Eugene R, electrician D M 
RR.Co, res 719 Lyon. 

Kmpfield Thoma's J, opr C, R I & P Ry 

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El wood Rollert, student Highland Par^ 
College. J 

Emanuel Jones (col'd), waiter Saver^ 
House, rejs 1110 Center. 

Embody Anna (wid Oscar), res 133 
Fremont. 

Embree Samantha (age 52), died Sept (k 

1802. 

Emdell Ellen, domestic 1534 Linden. 

I 'I 

Emelung Gustave H, lab, res j 814 

Grand ave. > 

Emeriek \\ m, lab I) M Brick Mi|fg Co 

bds 815 go Madison. I 
Emerliug George, bds G23 2d. 
Emerling James, lab, res 313 so 

son. I 
Emerson j^liss Anna, stenog BelknaJ 

Art Co, rms 835 5th. 
Emerson Dorothy (wid Joseph), 

Park ave, Cth so of Courtlam 

vard. 
Emerson Miss Fannie, stenog Ceqtnil 

Jowa Inspection Bureau, bds 835 5tl:. 
Emerson Miss Lydia, seamstress Mils 

M J Compton. bds 317 e 12th 
Emerson School, Miss Dora Broods 

prin, Maple ne cor 16th. 



Jeil'ei 



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Emerson 
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Talcott & Co, agts 
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Thomas, miner, Prodtor C p . 

M Co, res e jj Park ave Oth so of Court 

land boulevard. . 
Emery Miss Armie F, bds 804 18th 
Emery Edgar W, bds 804 18th. J 
Emery George, miner, res 815 Madisbn 

(SDM). \ ' , | 

EMERY JACOB S, Vicc-Prcs 

Emery Co, res t()4 18th. ($ec jh 

100.) i 
EMERY 'JOHN S, Pros HarrL 

Co, res 1 804 18th. (See page 106.) 
Emery IViattio, domestic 1155 ljjth. 
Emery Miss lliith S, res 8(^4 18th. 
Emery Wm lfi, with Harris-Eipe 

res 804 18th 1 
Emery Win JI, lab, bds 815 Madiso 

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Harms 
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EMPIRE BAKERY, Homan & Johnsdn 
Proprs,327 e 5th. ( See page 13.2.) 

Emslie Miss Anna, bdl 1002 e 6th. 
Jpmslie David A, printjer, res 1000 e 6t(»! 
Emslie George, laason, resld02 e 6th. 
JfCmslie Miss Jennie, res 1002 e 6th,! 
Emslie Miss Mary, res, 1002 e 6th. j 
ftmslie Miss Orpha, res 1002 e 6th. 
Emslie Wm, bricklayer, res 1000 9 6t 
infield Jacob, .' wks D M Excelsibr 

Works, res Market n\v cor w so 6th. 
Cnlield Mary (wid Peter), bds ClaV, 

ne cor 5th (Si) M). j 

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i;ng Frank, blkpmith, res 640 1 

ave. 
ingtyerg Charles, lab J B McJGorrifc I 

21£ 4th. j :|.i 

Cngdahl Edwin G, moved to Ottumwa. I 
£nge InglebertL 1 lab, bds Hawkwe < 

House. ' ' j "i 

Engebretsen Kundt, foreman Getchtli; 

& Martin Lumber <& Mnfg Co, res ll2 1 

Cherry. M 

Engine Co No 1,-Wm Scott capt, Wj 

cor 2d and Gr^nd ave. j 

Engiue Co No 2, Henry Strauss cak ?. 

411 e Walnut. , ( 

Engine Co No 3, Lewis H Curran fore-' 

maJQ, e 12th and Lyon. ; 

England Charles, elk P M Donahpe,] 

rms 1123 e 9tlk. *. ' ' ] 

Eugle Andrew, inventor, res 887 23d} 
cook C G W Ry, bds? 




Engle Charles. 

|>^4 Walnut. 
Engle Emma, dbmestib 1027 9th. 



Engle Sanitary 

Savery pres, 

Wm C Smith 

Trust bldg. 
Englebeck Ellife R, bkpr , Patjric 



and Qremation Co, 
John A Lawless 
mngr, 302 la Loan 



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866 21st. . .. 

domestic 1120 Grim*., 



lab, res e s 



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Luthe Co, bds 
Engleeu Emma 

ave 
Engleman George, 

(Sevastopol). , , . T 

Engleman Josqah, elk Mendelssohn »| 

| Blotcky, 316 Court ave. j . J 

Euglish Arthur G, elk, Samuel. Wpi 

stock, bds 111) 7th 
English Miss El en, bds 007 e so 4th 
English .Frank p, physician, 623 Wal{ 



: 1011( 



niit, r^s 1110 7th. 
English Gjeorge E, physician, res 

Grand ave. . r ! 

English John ^, res Clifton ate, w ^ 

city limits 

MINERS aWd SJHIPPEBS OF fl&U 

., Gelebratcid ♦laulor.^Pl 

5 Office, Rooms 50-51 Office a, Blk. »Pbon««» 



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Eugiish Robert Gl real Mtate,..6H3. Wal-" 

nut, res 1011 Grind aye;i 
English t\Tm, "plasterer, ires $07e|so 4th; 
jEn^lisli^m K, \r$h\ es|ate, 333] e 5thj 
■ res J556Ma|>le. j ,. ^ |'L 
England Aleitfandnr W, feMfer 

• ttussey, bds 523 e 8(^ 2d| 

Englund AnnaiC, iomedtic :409 
fait, .i.l- ' ! ■iJI'fl^ ''. 
knglu'ndOlofJca'rpi res 523 c so |d. 



Eogljimd pscar A, 
res' 523 e so £d.' 

Snglimd I Peter jJ, 



tailotf 




adob- Posner, 



lab, bds lj>23 eg so 2d. 
actier, res 



ngstrora Miss Ali je/miisic 

98|23dl.: ■ I ;-. -Tj 

Anna, dpmestjcffOp 18tt. 



J Otito, veaMi 28 



res Brown' 8 



ngstrqm 

Ibgstron^ 

!ing^rom Ottcj A, miner, 
Addition. 

ngvall Augus 
res.JB36 e 'Oth.J 

uke Rudolp L, biit'chleri 

9th. ■ ..■.'|- < ; '■ I f 

noehs Chester M, 

ires 1504 e Vine. 
Enochs James |H, jfit'ejnan 

i House, res 504 e Vine. J 
Enochs Prudence wid Corn alius), res 
]l504;eVine •" 1 \ \ '■ " 

finochson Benjamii . A,l stucU 

'BUSINESS COLLEGE 

Enos'Mary (wid Jot n), res! 3]LQ| w sb 4thJ 
fcight|Daniel, ' ^ ^ ,Tt ' ' ^ "*" 

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aright Stepher J, ;ravj age J res 845i 3d . 

dsigo Charles W, ieillS 4tti 

*™*"^-~~ tres 718 4$. 



fflnty CJ, res 
bds 2111 Des 



jnsign George 
Snsmihjger IFanh'ie , 
J211 Des Molnep. 
, Ebwinger |Misj Li' 
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(France MngrJ 119 jto lf&lepldmit. 




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^trikm Joseph B] dentist), 
?qu|table" bid j, rfes tfth 

jEbtwifei'tle, Edward, eng, 

[Moiijes. l 
Ehtwistle Georg3 ^V 
n ing,res513ne2d. 
(EpperlJ Louisa (wid 

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CITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCI- 
TY OF THE US, Lei B Durstine 

{ I Mn'gr for Iowa, rms 712 to 720 inclus- 
IliveTheEduitablebldg. (See left top 
j | cor cards arid page VII. ) 

Equitable life ins (O of iowa 

It IfTHEi F M Hubbell Pn s, Cyrus Kirk 
l|;jy^ce-Pre^ f C Cumn ins Sec, 200 
/ liTourigermi^ oik. ( See page HI. } 

CITABLE LOAN ASSOCIATION, L 

ife Dpnovat Pres, E F Whitney Vic^ T 
' Pres, H H fekd Sec, 3^0 e ffth\' J 

Elquitatie N6ws $ta'nd| Stearns & Qo 
[I Proprs, entrance Thq Eq uitable 'bldpf. 

E<juit£bl^ tonsoriAl and bath- 

I;ING]pARLOBS, Edward E Suther- 
apdPropr/The Equitable bldg. 

i&V Jacob Cjjcarp, res \m\ 13th. 

Er^ Jc hn N, f es 1105 13th. 

"rb j4seph,|Te8 \ i " 
aiye waiting room 

tti Oliver H, coachman Jbhn M Rock- 
well, J 
lidicelCJyde, elk H P Holnes, bds 901 




Erb Joseph, \ips 1 mile do of Ingersoll 



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Mck8i >n Bertha, coajd: Muc gei)' 
ErackBim Betty, laundress F CI 





s Hotel. 
iV, laundress FC Hubbell. 
Er|cks6n Carrie, domestic: J 52 7th. 
ErlbksAn Rev Casten, mo^ed to Fre- 

ont, Neb. | 

Ejrlckst n Charles, motormkn D JM St 

j^y' Co, res e Grand ave n^ cor 20th. 
Ei|cks( n Edward, lab Allio Kingman! 
Ehcksqn Emij, miner, res over 100Q e 

§h, ■■■. ] 
Erjjjkscn Emma, domestic ( 72 18th. 
Eracksc n Eric, carp, res Wrp^^ rLl 

j&Hulave. 
Erlpksoii Fran^ G, lab, bds 

e. 
Erl^ksob Gustive, lab, rms 



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408 e Court 

,200 e Grand 



Erickso l Hannah, waiter He tel Morgan. 
Erlcksoi rfohr P, • wks The D M Shoe 

fg Co, ^es 1408 e Court ave. 
Etickso l Lewis, lab. bd^ 113 8th. 
Erioksop Mary,' domestic The Kirk- 
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NO. 215 WEST FOURTH STREET. 

Erickson Mattib, domestic 1342 Des 
Moines. ! . 

Erickson Melvln, student Highland 

Park College, j 
Erickson Minnie, domestic 833 6th ave. 

Ericksou Die, painter W P Hearty, 522 
Grand ave 

Erickson Peter j, car repairer, re|* 1408 
e Court ave. , 

Erksine Bertina, domestic 920 4th 

Ernesto Panoli< fruits, 4th so cor Wal- 
nut, res 218 4th 

Erust Daniel, tailor, bd^ 804 7th 

Ernst Daniel, moved to 

Ernst George, (boots and shoes, 
Walnut, res 600 e 7th. 

Ernst Julia (wid Charles), res 804 

Erritt D M, student Highland Park Col 
lege. 

Ersland Celia, domestic 2703 Grana ave. 

Ersland Martha, domestic 922 5tl . 

Ervin Carrie, student Highlaud Park 

College. ■''*,! 

Ervin Charles, student Highland Park 

College. 
Ervin George (col'd), wksSavery blouse, 

rms Wiudsor;House. ( 

Ervin Mary; ktudent Highlaud Park 

College. 
Ervin Rupert S, lawyer, res 920 4th. 
Erwiu, see also [ruin and Irwin. 
Erwin George, elk .John W Key, -ras e s 

Main (Sevastopol). 
Erwin Margaret (wid Wm), res 922 11th. 
Erwin Mrs Sarah E, general store, el8th 

and Market. j 

Esbttusen Jacob PJ' foreman Chicago 

Lumber Co, res 1030 e n 7th. 
Esbensen Jacoj) P. lab, res 502 e so 8th. 
ESHBAUGH DANIEL 0, Preu New 

England Loan & Trust Co, res New 

York City. ( Sec backbone of book anil 

page 94.) I 

Eshbaugh D Elmer, moved to Kansas 

City. : 

Eshbaugh George W, draper Woods- 

Bibbins Co, res 1G02 Locust. 
Eslick John C\ trav agt 1 Carter Pfros Co, 

res 728 3d. 



Ropl Heating fit., 



I slick Mrs J C, saleslady Harris-Emery 

J Co, res 728 3d. j ] 

Essery Anthony, blusterer, res 814 j 
Buchanan. ' i [ > 

Essery Wijn, plasterer, bds 814i Bu-^ 
chanan. j . . i ! J 

Essex Block, 415-417 '6th ave. 
J :ssex John W, blksmil k bds! 21$ 3d 



nestic 1503 Cen 



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asst editor Ja 



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stensen Christina, do 

ter. 
£sterford George, wis James Laing 

805 Walnut, 
istey .Misi? Addie M, 

Signal, res 220 College ave. 
Sstey John W, harness mkr D M Sad- '< 

dlery Co, res 113 10th. , J ! 

STEY & CAMP, (Wm H Lqhman rep- 1 .., 

resenting), Dealeijs in Pianos, Orgahs [ j 

and Musical Merchandise] 604 Wal- ; S 

nut. |- '■ r •.; I 

Sstle Robert (col-'d), lab, res Madison, 

3d so of; Front (S D M). 'i - { 

stleford George, lib. bds 1178 5th. I 

Sthridge Samuel £, dep U S marshal, 
res 528 14th. ' I -, ' j 

Sudaly Miks Ava S, bds Wm AiEudaly.; 

£uda'ly Mi ton T, b Is Wm A Eudaly. i 
Ndaly Mies Violet M, bds Wm A % \ 
daly.' '.' 

Eudaly Wm A, farmer, res sw £ sec 
twp79r24. 
udaly Wm G, bdslWm AEpdaly. 

Eureka Broom Holder Co, Thomas 
Henry mngr, 115 Court ave. f 
ureka Coal Mine, Eureka Fuel poj 
propb, s of Hartford ave (S D M). 
feUREKA FUEL CQ, Wm L Broifa 
Presj Charles J Carlson Sec, James, 
Brovfn Treas and Mngr, 611 LocuSl 

.ustis Edward G, elk, bds 9l4 7th. 

Sustis [George D, elk D H McDanel^ 
Co. lies 612 15th. 

ustis (Harold L, student CCCC.r 
6117th. 



30M 



£vang 
Mad 
vans 
vans 



jlical chtrch, 6th , ave 2d so 
son ave, I 

Miss Alice E, bds 1222 20th. 
Miss Alice M, saleslady Yoip- 



iVans 



ker Bros 1 , bds 906 3d. 



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ns 
of: 



CAPITOL Ai^ 
NAC 

410- 



Amelia A (wid Henry), res CpH 
, ter 2d w of 35th. . . ! . i r L: 
fevansjAnna, student IOWA BUSlAEp^v 

COLLEGE, bds 1222 20th. I | -. 

CvansLArtljur W, weighman Probtort ■ 
' & MCo, res Main 3d so of Hartford ave: 

(Sevastopol). ., iArt 

SvansUustin H, atty D M; Life ASfen,, 

res ilvon, la. [ ;l 1fl 
Ivans' Benjamin W, blksmith, res ip, ; 
| Des Moines. ^_J\ 

BOLTON HEATERS, ROYAL FU^- 
RE5eD WATER ^EATERS. 

SIXTH ^VBMS*-* 15 ' 





Haberdasher 



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(ORISON & 

MGRS 



ients Furnishing goods. 
816 Sixth Avi 



DES > MO 



INES 



Brick 
& PRy.i 

9e)th. 

C & m. 



I Evans (jhadneey. teatbstlei 
| ; Mnfg §o, res S 6th nr G, 
S ' Evans, Mss Clar \ R, bis J1S 22 2 

Ivans' Miss Cora |A, bds i3 9 e 

Svaiis I'an^el, 1 \b Van Xpripkel 
Co, bd$ Sevast )pol. I ,1 

Evans Dkniel B, res &06 aid 

Evans I)pid, niner, jres s s| Gretles 
(Sevastopol). .* ; ! j 

Evans| 0ayia\ re staura^t, 405 WalnutJ 
4 res sank ir ' I L | 
[(Evans David (Hi nn & Evans), irms 713 

1 7th.',. j i ! ; Ml .1' ■:■ 

EvansEa>iuijdG trav dgti,ies 1048 10th, 
Evans! Edward B lawypri 329 e '5th, res 
1 1808jLjronJ , a [I ] |;-. 

! Evans Eliza B, typewriter, >ds (106 3d. 
| Evans Frank, caip, bdsj8l6 Maury. 
I" Evans Frabk M, painter! Pitt Carriage 

jCo, res] 1017 Capitol ave. • ; '■}. 
; Evans! Frank ; triy agi, 7$ The 

Equitable bldg, rmsw, cor 29th and 
' • C&tW Grbve ave. I 'j li :. : j '". 
' Evans Ue>. Frank VY.jtray ngt'Jj F 

and Atlanfl A M, res| 1?19 eflth.! 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



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Cor. Sixth and Walnut Streets, 

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OVER CONTINENTAL CLOTHING 8TOBE. 



V Evans iFr 
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berckF. lawyer, bcisUSiO e 

j FiV^s|Pft'nn^i.'d<)n|esjbi'}^B8bih House, 
i Evaif s Hjjrry • F, carpi ^e rainier, res 
' ■ Mjid isqn s w cor 2d (IS , |, M i. . ] 
Kvatys HpUrelli 'miner iVab Ginkel Q & 

MjCp, resssG^etesiSevajt'opil). ;U 
Evans )i Lee (jBednett !&jB vans), resisw 
l cor 2l)tli land Cottage Grb^e av 
Svans Isaac, res s v 1 cor iBfch and 
!l isop slvqj. I ,: -j r 

Evans Jesse; trav agt,.reS;12:J2 20th. 
^EvaiJB Johb, lab, res 115 jvso 7tlb 
Kvarfs John, laty Van iGlricel C & 
•jCq, tads Sevastopol.! 1 j J ■ I ■■■ 
MAs Jbhn. student 1 ! Highland! Park 
^.Collebe.. ' . -. |;]f f .;! - i- 

Evans John W mi ner Va nj < 2i nkel C & 
, ■;; M Coj rejs Ei stob boble ran 1 . | i \- 
fcvaris \Y\m Licla H, bkpr J L Thorntbn,! 
IrbdMpa-fid. '■ | p , ! I ■ 

J^qslViisiiL^zieJbdslijOlJth. I ", 
tyans^Loikto Mj phj/si.fittri, 60ii e Lo- 

cust,^618iDes]Moi4i.I i : -V 
Vans ionky Jtudent LtlfghJabd} Park 



Evank Mb 
Evanjj'.jM'i 



Ma mie , 



bdsl 



c dthj 
s Maii. elk j istantbn & 

Merritt IsJBusm bds 
h(SDMH 



ro\ie avfe. i » 
Clark- 



M 



p S % Winter .ITn 
res 770 Llth. ; 




Evan's Matie, wks 



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Ivans Richard; wks King Bridge Co, 
bdsGraef^lIoiW • 

vans 1 Sarah (wid Howard), res 633 0th 
ave. j 

iEvabs Sarah (coFd), domestic nw cor 
'111 21st ana Cottage Grove ave. 
Evans Thomas, 'Wb Van Ginkel C & M 
! ! Co bds Sevastopol. , 
Evans Tfidmas J, [lawyer res Mill e 6th. 
.•EvansWfm^lab, VanGinkel C & M Co, 
']! bds Sevastopol. 

^Eyans Wm A, teabister, res 1221 21st. 
Evans VVm B, miner, re 5 s s Hartford 
ave. (Sevastopol). i 

L El Donovan, rms 



279 



Evans Wm E, cl 
! 1530 High, 
".rans W -Edwai 
White 1 & Co, res; |1018 Elnos. 



; 1VUU IXlfZll. 

Evans W -Edward, trav agt George 

\\WMt.*W.'n.rk vac hnift Vr 



.zjvans Wilson W, labi bdi 1222 20th. 
Kvans9n]Lena, dtjnjiesticip^ 18th. 




jEvens Jdhn p, miner, ret 
; I av^ (Seva8tpp'oll; h 
Evens Theodore Jlymeat market; 1^41 
H Grand ave.! res 10 30 Hip h. 
Ever&reen Schoolj Miss Lizzie Jones 
"ij teacher^ sdijfcecj 14 (L T). 
jRverill Johb, j(awy( r, bd£ 010 Center. 
, Everkt Cora ( wicl Frede] ick), res 1 107 
;-V| Sccjtt. . ,.'., ■• .i] ' ] 
Everett Edward,' mich, b Is 002 e 1st. 
Everett Edward tx, real estate, res 1040 
"W-lOth. . • -V.il '- ■ ■ 

ver^tt EdwbrdS; Wks Zdok & Everett, 

res J1234 23d. 
;Everett Edward W, banvt sser, bds 1040 
J 10th.'- I '■ j r 

Everett Miss Florence A,teacherCrocker 
ffjschpoli res 1216 9th. 
;Evere!tt Harry G, spicial agt U S Life 

InsfCo.rek 104010^1. 

verett Jbhb,, ribs 710 9th 

Verett , Joseph' H, elk Jankers Life 

|Assb, rms 937 6th aye. , I 
'{Svere.tt-Mi8s.MaW C bdfl 1040 10th. 
Ef erett A^ilmer % bdi r l040 10th. 
|)yerett8 Katheribb, (wid August), bds 
jfl206 Scott. ; j 

lyerhart Harm r lab, res 505 Monroe 
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1716 WESiT ; ikOGU&T STRE&T. 

TEtEI»HbNE fill. 




EW. A.JSTBELE, PriprietUr, D'es- RJioInei Stone Yard 
, ! 209 W- SO- THIRD STREET, j 



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Financially responsible. 
Thirty-five years experience. 
References:*; Many hundred buildings 

out the. middle anq western states. 
We are not perfect hut ue pay for our mistakes. 

;P ARTIES DESIRING) TO BUILD W/LL 
DO WELL TO CALL AND SEE US. 

\xl. R, PARSONS <fe S6N 

805 Equitable Building. 



Evers Dora, studjeut Drake University, 
bds 20th and Jutland ave. 

Evers Etnnm, bdb 20th and Rutland ave. 

Evers Henry, rbi cor 29th and Rutland 

.' ave - ;'. ! i' I 

Ewald Charle3, jbrieklayer D M Brick 

Mnfg Co, res 1169 11th. 
Ewald Mary (wid Robert) res 770 }2th 
Ewalt Charles, bds 1402 Locust. 
Ewalt Charles, wks Chamberlain 

cine Co, bds 1^02 Locust. 
Ewalt Delia (wid Benjamin R), re^ 1402 

Locust. 
Ewolt Miss Eunrce, bds 1402 Locust. 
Ewalt Merrill B,j elk, bds 1402 Loi 
Ewalt Robert Ml bds 1402 Locust. 



Med- 



4 
Ewan Miss Minnie, bds 1150 9th 

Ewing Miss Anna E, stenog R G Dun & 

Co, bds 1110 LVon. 
Ewing Charles M, trav agt, res 814 e 

13th. 



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Faatz John B, fclk Bankers Life 
rms714 ( 7th. 

Fackler John Bj, teamster, res w 

r 10th 2d n of River. 

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Fadner ilred C, vet surg D M Driving 

Park, res 28th w of D M Driving! Park! 
Fagen Cornelius, lab W, L Morris, rep 

912 23d. j 

Fagen Ezra B (If age n & Ford), res 100)8 

23d. 
Fagen Herman Jfl, farmer, res 40 

North. ! 

Fagen Henrietta Miss, res 40th auld 

Fagen iMiss Jefiuie N, res 40tn an 

Nort; . I 

Fagen tfqseph £, real est, i 201 r>|th 

40th \ind North. I 

Faj?en '(Mabel M Miss, res 40th aujci 

NorfcV.' | I' 

Fagen Monroe E, farmer, res n s Nort 

6th w of 35th | 

Fagen Miss Sus|e G, res 40th and Nortl 



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WING DAVID R, (Ewing & 
res 1534 Linden. ( See page opp classi 
fied Lumber Dealers.) '*■ ■ 

wing Frank S, elk Chas E Risser <fc 
Bro, bds 810 e 13th. ] , 

7*wing Frederick R, musician, 'res j814 
1 13th. j ! : i I ' 

^wing John, wks Layman Cold Storage 
Co, 20th and Nourse ave. 
wing Samuel L, driver Hurlbut Ward 
& Co, res 1207 Filmore. 

'. <]wing Thomas, baggageman) C&NW 
Ry, bds Goldstone Hotel. ! 
wing Wm, elk McRae & Bemis, rtrs 
813 e 14th 

WING & JEWETT (David R Ewini, 
George A Jewett), Lumber, 9th and 
Locust | and e 7th and Waliiut. (See 
page opp classified Lumber {Dealers.) 
wings Jennie (coPd), (wid ICharlesi, 
pastry cook, res 112 w so 6t"i'. 
xcelsior Bottling Works, Seih Buttkr 
& Co proprs, 326 e 1st. ! , | 

♦Ixchange Block, Walnut nw cor 3d. 

EXECUTIVE fOUNCIL, State of Iowa, 
Horace Boies governor, W M McFar* 
land See of state', C G McCarthy Audi- 
tor, B A Beeson Treas, State House. ' 

Extrand A, wks The D M Shoe Mn 
Co, res 1533' Walker. 

Extrand Peter, car repajrer, bds 1432 
Court ave. 

Eysink Miss Grada M, bils 1106 8th 



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FAGEN & FOftD (Ezra B Fafcenj, John 
j F Ford), Real Estate, 210 5th. ! 

j^agi 1 Edmund H, coud C G WRy, res # 

218 12th. ! 

7agg Elizabeth (wid Wm), res 218 12th. 
7agg IMiss Hattie, bkpr res 218 12th. 
j'agg S adie . M, stenog Bentley & Olib- ' 

stead, res 218 12thj. ' , r 

>'ahey, see also Fahy. ; 

Fahey James H, res 109 Grand ave. 
Fahey Wm H, lawyer, 610 Youhgermau 
I blk, bds 1114 w so 5th. j 

Fahnestock Salmuel J, janitor Lucp 

School, res 1435 Capitol ave. ^ 

ahy, see also Fahey. 

ahy Kate, res 1303 Grand ave. I 
^ahy Miss Minnie. bkprChar|esHewi t, 

bds 1303 Grand ave. 
Jailor Ezra K, ins adjuster, bds 604 m- 
Fairall Edgar E (Butts & Fairall), ^ 

1652 Lvon. 
airall Elias J, real estate, res' 1315 

Grand ave. 



IT 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



T •Tnd • Salt • UUatetfj* Fi?*P 

31,0 Eigith Street, Telephone 332. 



He» Moines Ebpie 



Fai^b4pk 



Fairb 



FAI 

FrJdL 



ftrapklfn a|e (wr Srctn. 



nk& Chester A, sioenikr bds 61 
e^qcust. 

Fairbroth 3r J^Iiss 



cjist 



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j FarauhaHonfMiss 



Faifbirhj 

FaiHil.rn! 

blk, res 

Fairchild 



u nfrg agt, 524 Locust, 



George i 
810 5th 
Ufa 



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ughs B, fcbnfeetjknBr, res 




DE8 MOIN3 



•Delia) 



Mary 

H.bti 

cap! 



lQ0fi{-Loj 



Mj lids 

ida Qsb Vt-tl/ • 

S- 8165th 



&list, 30 



.ld»0JPeAna.ive|.|- .. 
Fairomld JoHn R - tyks II at Star jh Mnfg 

Co.lbds J Busty. :M|'-'fiV : ;' I 
JFaircloth Alfrted. R,. at^am fitjter, res 

ld47 Capital Ita; 3. t :' 



k Faircloth ] JatfM i, stea# $tter,|res 1707 

DbsMoilrie 1 w ' " i!r ' r r " 



J Fail-field 

3 17th. , 
1 Fairfield 



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Fairoloth Miss Hittie,B bds (l6|tf Capi- 
itoliaye. 1 : , . ■■ ;. 

Faiiscloth miss Nellie, : wks 
ler^ds l^7Cf,pitolaVe. 
FaiMl Join £, cik E J jiidams, 
• ej(*rand avei ■ \ >, | : 
iFaires John | D, agt ll^wa 
«l Liar Co] res' 1411 i)th;. i 
! [Fairiie Id Clark, r3s665il7th 



lark Tr, stilidet^t, 

jssjlWlie, res ! 665 17th. 
ssEldora, res 866 17 ' 
ss; Fit rencei[8tei log, 



] FaiHie qV 11 s^| Eld ora, res 866 17tl, , ! 
> Fairfield M ss Florence;! Btenoer.1 res, 665 



Clapp 



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Harry Mil- 



s 11315 



Deposit & 



17th. 
Fai: ; fie)dFi}ank',:r4sil'20$ 
Faifojs) Mis Ella.jres 2l£ , 
Falcfc CharW, bkbindeV; 
' Co 1 , r& 910 fe 6t 
FalHneW James' 1 reslli6 H gh. 
FalljDa^id P, tfravj agt, t 3S}1( 66 



rauuavia jf , trav agt, rasjli 
FallbnTimotrifc boiler for 
% re\i 1483 Walnut. : 
Fanoher ^iss Chs rlotte; 
res over 821 Wa nut. i: 



mi's 523 4th. 
Ijangel jl^ac,! barber, jbd> 4i3 e 
| tanning Miss ;^bnes,i bdj Fa 

Hoiid. I- ! ' ' T '• ■ ' 1 



FrcnaontL 
e) Court ^tve. 
la Printing 



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;tric fciiht and Electric P 

Jf. A. POLI T, GENERAL MANA< 
Office and Works, 105 Chestnut 



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VyestSi^e 



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AGENCY, 



IOWA GENERAL 

TliB IflUtiJal liffe iAsifrance Co . 



FLEMING 1 BROS 



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lonis 101 and lOShi.-Loun 



(See front oorer.) 



FAR 



Street] 



281 



Fanmzen Henr^J carp Charles Weitz & 

Sons; rW 613 je bo 10th i i 

FarnZje Moses, |earp Cliarles Weitz & 
LSqns,j;es v^s lfth, nPlJchool. 

n^ess U S Eix Co, bds 

^ario'lfeev Isaa^, res 153 5 12th J 



arber Frank ]Vjt, 

50p j&raad av 
Fargo B-evIi 
i^fiqngton Edmi^nd A, 

" amut. 



C( liege.; 
Farl By Frank P, 



6th. 



CGVyRy, 
ic tetLClier, 



FanpherlMlss EUji L, ccjbk |i S ^ekter, 



^Wing.. Miss 'Annie,; Ibds Finning 
I Hpuse. .'- ! , ■ ■ ' !; : ' -. .' 

Fanning)- Miss j Bridget,; bdi Fi 
House. J' |, ! ■,;■■ ■; 

faniina Hbu je, 4ohn Kann 
,121 4th. \ ' ' 
fanning Jdhriij pjjopr Fajanilng House 



Fanning Miss 
yH^use. 
tanning Miss 
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ning 



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propr, 



tLi ;zie E, 



)di Fanning 



Mjr.f E, : qd* Fanning 




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, Managers, 

\ 

iiimI Trust IJldR.' 



14b, res 1428 



Farkel Emil, cabinet na|cr tretchell & 
M irtin Lumber & Mn fg Co, res 1206 
5ti.l . 'I 'I ' 

Farl By E B,. moved to Difbuque, la. 

Farljey Fra,nces, student highland Park 



harnesi 



Allen. 
e!s 665 ffiarl 3y James J, lab; res ^40 10fh . 



Farhy Levi E, stock dealer, res 722 e 



mkr, bds 725 



M Plumbing 




|^irl3y May A', student highland Park 
r Cc llejjfe. ! . 

Far] jy Michael J, car inpp C, R I i& P 

Rj, res 725 Alltin. 
Farloy Thomas, appr L 
IjCol res 725 Allen. 
Fanow Jabez J, farmer, Ires nw i sec 28 
;!|ti.Ige78(LT). 
JPar low Roe, teacher, res nw ± sec 28* 
' r r^ge 7.3 ^L T). ] > . , * 

er Frederick 4 E, blcpr Nichols & 
S lepard Co. res 908 e Grand ave. 
fjiriier James, bkpr [Polk County Sav- 
(liEgsBank, res 1506 Washington. 
Earner W C, student Highland Park 
J : C)llBfce. |L j /■■: I ! 
Far ners Alliance and. Inc ustrial Union, 
BFRoesK 4181a Loan and Trust 
■ , ibldg.i . '. I J ■! ' j 

^rp eI pCok and' Ffeed Mill, Alpheus 
p'jHtasband, propr, 1714 (Grand ave. 
FAEMERS MUTUALLIVB STOCK INS 
I 'lAM; Win J Beamap Pres. Saul W 
IM Jd)^nson Sec, Miles N Crookshankj 
^ Traas, 412 1 Youhtermat blk. 
AHMERS TRIBpE CO, J B Weaver 
Pre|s, Alf Wobster S& and Mngiv 
Publishers The| Farmers' Tribune, 
t Pol^t County Farmer and Iowa Trib-I 
( une Quarterly, 519 Mulberry. 



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H|ANDCHERBf>T8. 




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TELEPHONE 634. 




OOHCY t WflSSON 



BtANK 

403 Court 



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MAKERS. 

Telephone ^04. 



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DURING a successful and honorable 
business career of over 48 years, the 
NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., 
of Montpelicr, Vermont, has never tliken 
advautage of a lapsed policy holdeii and 
has not been surpassed in dividend earn 
ings and payments, 

R. P. DART, State Agent, 

I h ■ ■ 

505 Younqerm an Block. 



Farnsworth Allie, student High|and 

Part College. i 

Farnsworth A, ^udent Highland Park 

College. ; i 

FAItqUHAR HEATINti CO, Louis Steel 
MngiV Furnaces and Hot Water 
Heaters, 217 Locust. 

Farquharson Miss Annie, bds 950 7t}i. 

Farquharson Howard, eug, bds 950 7th. 

Farquharson Lvda S (vvid Robert), res 
950 7th. 

Farquharson Thomas S, civil eng C, R 

I & P Ry, res 940 4th. 
Farr Elmer E, grocer, Main se cor In 

diauola ave (Sevastopol), res saiiiu.' 
Farrell Miss Anna, bds 1508 Linden. 
Farrell Jaliies, la(|, res e s e so 8th 2d 

from Raccoon. 
Farrell John, eug C G W Ry> res 1508 

Linden.. 
Farrell Miss Katej res 1508 Linden. 
Farrell Miss Mary, res 211 e so 6th, 
Farrell Thomas, section foreman, res 

1508'Lindeni- ! 
Farrell Walter, eng C G W Ry, res 

1508 Liqden.' , 
Farrington Sereno S, moved to- Valley 
Junction, la. j 

Parson Mrs Ida, \ saleslady Louis JTre 

punier, res 48 The Iliad. | 
Farwell Ira M, shooting gallery, -822 

4th, res 1420 Grfiud ave. , 

Fate Miss Eliza A, dressmkr, bds 1930 

University ave. j 
Fate Findley, lab, res 1156 1st. 
Fate Frank, driver, bds 1168 8th. 
Fate Miss Lucy A. bkpr 1) M Mnrg c\ 

Supply Co, bds 1930 University ave. 
Fate Maiiin, canvasser, res 1930 Jni 

versity ave. i ; 
Fatland Charles (Hanson & Fathiud) 

bds 419 Scott. ] 
Fauquier^Arnold E, nrivate sec F ( 

Hubbell, bds 501 5th'. 
Faulkner Arthur! L, stereotyper West 

ern Newspaper Union, bds 1177 8th 
Faulkner Miss Aura, student, bds 117' 

8th. . 



MORRIS & CO., Wl :: ilr a; 



Fatilkneri Eliza C (wid Henry), rms 1154 
12th. . j - - , | ' l 

Fausch Miss Clara, student Highland 
Park College. ■. I 

Fausel Miss Ola, elk Lang Bros, bd$ 
Trostel blk. I 

Fausett, see also Fawcett and Fossett 

Fausett Mrs Fannie (col'd;, rms 757 9t,h.. 

Fauskee Minnie, domestic 1126| 19th. 

Fave Morris, lab J B McGorrisk. 

Fawcett, see also Fosselt. [ 

Fawcett Miss Melissa, baker, 1606 6th 

ave, res same.' , . ( ' ! 
Fay Mrs Kate, res 1305 Grand ave. 
Fay L H, collector D M Electric Co, rui$ 

533J6th ave. 
Fqe David M, student Highland '£ark 

College. , ' 

Fee James, student Highland Park Col- 

Fejhl IMichael, canvasser, | bds 406 e so 
Othl I • ' '. r 

Fejiiley Frk G, student IOWA BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE, bds 603 7th. 

Fejhlv Miss Minlna. studeut IOWA BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE, rms 1117 Grand ave. 

Fqige George i J, carver la Furniture 
^Jo, lids 111 e Grand ave. 

Fqige ueorge J Jr, carver, bds 111 e 
Gran<i ave. . ' < . 

Feige: Miss Minnie, elk Riead & Travjjrsy, 
bds 111 e Grand ave. 






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Feires,' see Ferris. 

Felgar Clark, elk The American Idea, 

3jdsj 1316 e Court ave. 
Felix b Belca, lab, rms 404 w so 6th. 
Felkner L A,, student Highland Park 

College, rms 3611 5th. 
Felkofsky Godfrey, lab, res 518 e so 5th. 
FelloWs Albert W, |)kpr Seth Buttler & 

UoJ res 200 e 11th. 
Fejlloys Ellen (aged 56), died April 0, 

.1893. 
Felllojws Joseph T, pres State Med and 

feurg Institute, res 200 e llth. 
Fejllows Reuben F, sec State Med and 

Surg Institute, bds 200 e.llth. 
Felsijiaw John S, lawyer, 217 IaLqan 

mtl Trust bldg, res 20 Franklin ate. 
Fc It George W, farmer, res n s Madison 

ive. ne Highland Park College. 
FdtiOlof, groom, 615 5th. | ' ■ , J 

Ft ltdu Miss Floy, student Drake Uni- 
versity, 1108 28th. 
Ftnlon Anna 1 , wiper Capital O tv 

Steam Laundry, bds 50*7 Hillside ave 

;si)M). 

Fenldn Patrick Hi eng Diamond Pnmt 
Steam Laundry, bds 223 e 7th 



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FenneyiMiss Mar , candy nkr plerritt 
j, j & Bush, ibds Sill Market.- , • ' 

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' ■ Sll.Majrfet, j T-ij ; Mi .if- - 
Fenton iijditH, sti dent Highland Park 

'eollegejl ' , : r i: : ; -if . \.\ 
Fenton Miss Edith, student Highland 

,Par6coliegflbdi5 3n4 5th.j \ 
tfenwickMjisslAn^a B, bds &1 6 e so 
tfergeson |Arc lie, porter 1 R B I Cb^trell, 

*bdB| 15th WA f pen lopt. ;' | ! |j ; 

Ferguson # Aipert, iat), rejs 11? e 9,th- 
Ferguson. J&istijln m B,;bds 115 e i)th. j 
Ferguson Eddai* M , skpr Ficrita % Sod, 
r .res M^ Otlh sjvje. ! 

Ferguson [James,, •■- Uj -- iL,!li — - 

Walnut. ' I . j- ' 
Ferguson John |H, 
Ferguspn Ma a toe 

Lumber Go, res 
Ferguson Newton 

ave 1 .; 
Ferjajiison- yvm 
rk College. 
Fentie^ Johii; s 

Locust, | 
Ferneau Berni ie ^ 

Ferneau Fredjrici, 

VorslBbik: LI, , _ 

Fern(^James|]Li , (^:& Qdioine h Co), 

rietP <), re? 137* 



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02^ 10th. 



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ferree Charles Gtf, (tat, 
eOth. .! ■ '>- | 

^erree Edith, t c s 100 i Walnut. 

roMHIE JOHN M, Dealer (n the Stan- 
dard Rotary , Sh jtt|e ! Seeing Ma- 

Jchife 406w *ith, resl$04 Walker. 

■errefe Win D.j )rin ;eij The DML( ader, 
"rosJdOtiWaiiiiv !|.;. '•} 

I'erreil ^lrs M&r&aiMJ latfndrks riawk- 
v | , eye Laundry, tea 78,7 9t]|i. . 

I'erreU Bamforl wks FYost &Pilkner, 

,resScotVsec)res6 27t(i. I 

■errett Frank, iWeal ri^rket, lj403 I|{>rest 




ave,|res 1334 L4th, ,. 

^ n P on Alfred, ilkWE Forrinrfon 

emngton Warden E, tidwarj," 764 9th. 
res same. 






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Shoes, 416 Cc^urt 4-ve. 



Fieri is; see alsq Feiresv 
Ferris J €, yfce pres Iowa S|ate Horti- 
i cultural Society, State FJouse, res 
ni Hampton la. J ! 

term Clyde L> painter (j E McCray, res 
r[ 60s Grand ave. , 

ferry Mary, domestic §30,25 6th ave. r 
Jesler Frank,, lab, res 707 Madison (S ' 4 

a Pfo- , ■"■ -I. it. • 

'eslor Nellie, wks Mennig& Slater, bds 

I 70-; Madison (S D^). | * 

jFestreyer Charles, fireman C G W Ry, 

fj'bdj ?14 Walnut. 1 ; '. 

iFeul ler George, carp, ! reii 1706 Pes 

H'Mcines. ( i : ! T 

^ian« js Ann (wid Johr ), res 707 e so 8th. 

Eianos Miss Margaret, bds 707 e so 8th. 

Fibk Edward L, e&g C, R r & P Ry, res 
til 2 e 12th: jl f 

Ickt s.Ann E, boarding, .612 12th. 
ibkrs Arthur R, pointer John Mac 

£ Vicar, res 612 12th. 

fiick* s Wm C, carp, vc s 612. l^th. 

Jjibkcl Hiram L, carp, bds 1810 9th. 

Eipkel Joel, contractor, res 1810 9th. 

Fjickel Samuel, studerit, Hds 1810 9th. 
ipkep John_F, elkj res 1428 Grand ave. 
jpkeb Wm R, carp, r(U 1616 20th. 
IDELITY INSURANCE CO, Capital 
$10(,000, D D Fleming Pres, S G 
Lee Sec, 206 la Loai and Trust Bldg. 

jFldlarMiss Clara, elk bds 1255 10th. 

'$diar Samuel & elk, bds 1255 10th. i 

Idlai Solo^i H, trav j,gt,|reB 1255 10th. 
idlai Wm H, bds !125 5 l(Jth. | 
Idler Minta, student ):OWA BUSINESS 
\C0ILEGE. I 

dlter Walpo C, res 918 Grove. I 
eld Angie H, bds 80th 1 and Cottage 
f Grove avei ' . L i ' j 

eld Arista W, eng, res over 1167 12th. 
eld Oharles E, oils, | res 1448 Capitol 
lave.' ' i * ' '■ ■ i | 
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F|ELD FREDERICK (Frederick Field 

~ & C6), res|82t 5thJ. 

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SUPERIOR 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

411 Walont St. ; 

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DES MOINES, 



Field Howard J 

ave. 
Field John F, en 
Field Thomas, la 



coon. 



oil, bds 1448 Capitol 



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r, res 2727 Grand 

j, res 1113 1st (S II) IV] 

Field Wni, lab Merrill Brick Co, re^ 4 

Raccoon. 
Fielding David (f, janitor, res 013 



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Fields A W, lab. J B McGorrisk, 21S 4t 
Fields Calvin ij, eng, res w s Gret 

(Sevastopol), i 
Fields Cvrus W, maeh. res 724 7th 
FieWs Mrs Margjaret, teacher, bd& 7 

e Walnut. 
Fields Newton Ml, driver L J Wells, bfls 

1 X L itesiaurint. 
Fields Oscar, miner, res e s Main 

vastopol). 
Fields Samuel (col'd), coachman, bfls 

792 Center. t 
Fields Wra B, lab, res 410 e Raceo6*x. 
Fireman Patrick, wks Capital City G[is 

Co, res 315 w so Oth. 

Win), ?bds 415 Des 



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teamster, res 043 



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Fife Jane (wid 

Mbines. 
Figg Edward W 

ave. - 
Figg Miss Laura | J, elk II Parniele(3 Lji 

brary Co, bds 943 Oth ave 
Figg Samuel, press feeder la Printing 

Co, res 943 6th ave. 
Figge Henry, lab, res 1431 Bluff. 
Figge Henry Jr, lab S Green & Soi^s, 

res 1431 Bluff. 
Figgors Simeon, jlab, res e 14th anji B|u- 

chauan 
Figgers Wm, niachinest, 126 e s|) l^t, 

res same. j 
Fike Andy Y, elk Chase & Wes 

1704 8th. | 

Fike Don M, ticket taker Wonde 



E RATTRAY & CO.! 
, 606 Walnut Street 



FIN 



DES MOINES 0ITX DIRECTORY. 

Fnch Albert, gardener, res Grand avje 

near Pelton ave 
Finch Allen H, driller, bds 1637 Cap|it<}l 

ave 
Finch Arthur J, wks D M Shoe Mn% 

Co, bds Des Moines House. 
Finch Bert L, painter John Mac Vica|, 

| res 333 e 5th, 
Finch Charles! E, elk Am Ex Co, rnjs 

| 931 4th 
Finch Edgar C, receiver Am Ex Cb, 

] niis 931 4th. , ] 

Finch I Emma (age 33), died September 

5th 1892. ! I 

Finch Isaac S, driller, res 1637 J Capitol 

jave.- ■ | ' ! ! 

Finch James H, farmer, res e end Dea 

|Highw|ay. ■ ! J I 

Einch James H Jr, carp, res 2601 Dea 

jave." 
Finch John D, farmer, res 2| miles pe 

| fair grounds. ' | 

Findley John B, physician, over 403 
, ! Walni< res 1127 21st. ! 

Findley Mrs Lizzie, moved to St Louis. 
Fjndley Park, A, itudent, bds 1127 21st. 
Ifineberg Julius, presser Jacob Posner, 
■ |bds20l!el2t)i. ^ 

B^inegan, Isee Finnigan * ' 



'i 



museum, res 1 



res 
ia id 



04 8th. 



Fike Edna (age. 2(5) died Sept 20th, 1802. 
Fike Hewitt H.'lkb, tals 1040 Mapls. 
Fillit Thomas, lalb, res 404 w so Oth. ! 
Fijllniore W A, sltudent Highland Park 

jCollege. | 

Finberg Solomon, pedler, res over 2|0l 

e Walnut, 



Fjnessey John C, moved to Evaps la. I 
linger Miss Nonna J, stenog Cnamber- 

lain Medicine Co, bds 1117 9th. 
Fink Alexander, tailor Jacob Posner, 

| res 033 e 2d. 
Fink David, cutter Jacob Posner, res 

I 709 Lyoni 
Fink Edward, lab Scoville Plumbing (ty 
pfink Miss Hattie M, teacher, bds 1319 

8th. ., ' ' I 

ink P S, bridge carp, . rnis , Johnson 

tjink Valentine P, bds 719 Clark. 

Fink Wm E, plumber, res 709 e so 7th. 

FINK WM W, Real Estate, 216 The 
Equitable bldg, res 719 Clark. I 

Finkbine Charles A, genl mngr Wiscon- 
sin Lumber po, res 940 |8th. I 

r inkbine Edward, prep Green Bay Lum- 
ber Co, res 1915 Grand nve. 

FINKBINE ROBERT S, Member City 
Board of Public Works, CitV Hall, res 
808 19th. 

Kinkbine Wnl O, vi(je pres Green Bay 
Lumber Co, res 808 l»th. . 

Finkelstine Isaac, lab, res 107 e Grand 
ave. | ■„ 

Kinlayson Daniel W, physician, 81 1. 
The Equitalile bldg, res 1906 8tlh. 
inn L, student I0WABUSINESS C0i- 



I 

I LEGE. 
Finn Lawrence, lab 



, sod 



Chestnut. 



Mutual Benefit Life [as. Co., 



OF 
NEWARK, 

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Fin ley Miss Lucy M, £e$ 1 

'are.. ', I • | ' _ :. ; | 

Find ' Charles, tel Op 
bis Hungers Hpte|. 
Fiifl ^eteri;(i, Itravj 
gphmid't Factory of 
1 [jpcuilj; & jtf nfg Co,j bds 
■; jM.aiiKet. ■ , > i • . 

Firm 'Thomas,.* witchhmn, b$g 

Finaey Frank, liricklyikn!S^2£ 3 e Court 

,'a^e.j i ' ■ ■ | '■ A \ []■. .' \, |. 
Fin ley Joha A, miner, jrejs 400 Monroe 

fDM)i ■'■ : ' ■ J; 

FlAney Lizzie, wks^Met 

400 jjtfqnrie (S DjM)^ 
Finney ^fary E, wks Mefritt & Bush/ 

t.bds.511 Mark3t. r : J • N 

Finnicun GeforjJeE, eng [) M 

> t Ry, res^ lTO^^berry. 



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i Finnigan, sldaUo fcindgar, 

I Finnigan Ella, c pijiestiS 1 J23 6]th ave. 

• Finnigan Jc hn, mach,! res 502 Jeffersoh 

'• -fe-DM).-. I l |, •: ' T .U 
FiJrita (Dharles R,(Fiotitn & i5on), r<k 

$060 9th. | :|. '■■:.']: 
FforitaMisj Jer nie'R; bd/jj 106( 
F orita Tony (F orita ', & £lon), T 

• .Bth.' I . ■ |- : - | : ' 
F orita & £ on i Charges i ft ' an 

- [whql frui s, 2( 5 2d J 



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& W Rij 



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res 1060 

Tony; 



Fm^STONE [lElLHER j A, U anAger fccl^ 

lumbus Bjiggy Co, red Thelljad. :.» 
, F ttestone R)berit J, a^leW an Columbu 

fuggylCd* rmjj 718 4lh. 
F rman Mis| j^lihea E>, ftenog J A Mei 1 

,ritt, bds Hifch aiid Park ColU ge. 
Kirmen AlbM,* l a p ttmei,bds 3700 5th, 
hik iWptfk (fliur'ch, i L^custf dii : cotf 

8th. I 

First 'Baki'sft 
First tfaptisto 
First M EC 



First M 



P piureh,el4th 



First United tfre 
RevLWal 



Fijk 
ave. 



*]irst fr(Ub (Jhiirch; e 

cor P enha aye j 
First ynitaiib CJhurpti, 15th 

^en, j j: 1 
Fitst U P k^urK GrM av 

7th. ■ T T'T 



Church,: Y :VT C f A B% 
Church |(^ord), |S14le 2d 
mi|ch. 9th Jbw cor|lfleisarit 



sw corljyonl 



Dcs M)ines h^ 

cor lArir 

ne t coir! 



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;hren;Church, )24 
tbii:?ine, pastor. ! 
W, /We^feyat VMeJbocfist 
., Walker s\|r boi e 14th. 
■'gcel 1 MnaL sti 
College. . 

"^cherAnc-ew, Hneniith, 112 
^e, Ires sunk . ,j'! 



dent | Hifjhlat] 






IdiurdhJ 
d Park- 

e Court 



317 W fOORTH ST 



Fisher.W iss Selia, 

T ■ ■ i. 

Fiscusl George M, 

nam ~ ' 



285 




406E.WALK0T!S M . 



Fischejr Christian carp.res 1125 Crocke :. 

Fischer (phristian D, lab, bds 101 Ricjg j. 

Fischer Frederick W, bricklayer, res 101 
r RidgeJ| r ' ' - ' Y 

ibds|H25 Crocker. 

bkprD M Brick Mnig 
o, rajs 1822 8th. T 

Fi^herj sse als6 Fischer. 

fUher Albert, student highland Park 
!Colleg&. 1 ' , ! , ; ■ 

Fi$her Miss Anna, stiipper W F Gabrio, 
, bds 112 e Court ave.; . i , 

Fisher Mi88AnnaV w is D M Laundry, 

I bds 505 Hillside avh. v 

Fisher Bblle, 1 domestic 11^3 37th. 

Fhher Bphein, tinner; St John & Ba|r 
duisfc, bds 523 4th. 

Fisher ^uce, moved to Kansas Ctyy 

i Mo. ,i j ■. j 

Fi« her C(ara, doraeBtio 211 e 10th. 

Fisher Clifford A, elk, ibds 1105 X^yon. 

Fisher Clyde, student, Highland Park 

! College. j 

Fisber Charles r Fi telopr CG WRy, b is 

iriHWalnut.!!/- \ ': 

Timer Miss Cornelia, wks The D M 
Shoe Mnfg Cb, res 1106 Gr,and ave^. 
ishet Earl V, i Btudent Highland Pa^k 
College. ' ; . 1 ; 

Fisher Edward! (col'd)j|Wk8 F F Frantz, 



res 6th 24 so ]of Vine;.! 
Pisner Miss ] 



Flore ice A|; teacher Bentc n 
chool,bds 1351 e Grand ave. 
psher Frank, lab Van kinkel C & M Cp, 
bds Sevastopol 
isper Frank, cornice 

iranl 
/lb4 Walnut 

isher Frank & Co, (F^-ank Fisher)/ti(i 
-jpjers, 821 Grand ave. 

Stephen Duvdl, 

ir A L West, ns 



inikr, re8 523 4ti. 
!'i8Jhef Prank (Frank Fisher & Co), rjs 



Fisfcer George A, witl 

I r|s 1425 Capitol ave f 

Fisftcr George Li, tinn 

Jii75 3d. ' V' 

(Fisher Geoijge jW, elk; Grand AveSaV 



ings Bank, res 
Fisher Harvey 
" N&BWks, 



( flropds t ie Best. 

ra8^A^CE C )ifPANY. 



1^51 Grand ave. 

ty niach The Io^a 

res 918 e 12th. 



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ONTINE ENDOWMENT and LIFE 
OUCI^S AT STANDAR D RATES. 



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rlDT^Dr telltlon from bui5 inesn 
XffM. UKC- lEquiTABLE Building, 
OH1TOPAT Des 1 MoiNES, low! 



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EQUITABLE LIFEJ ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 



Every Tontine policy issued by the EquitnMe 
Society, twenty years ago, whose Tontine period 
expires in 1893, has a present cash surrender. val|ie 

GREATER THAr5 

THE SUM OF 11HE PREMIUMS PAIJD. 

LEE B. aDTTK.STELTB, Man.^©^. 

EQUITABI4E BI.DQ., DES MOINES, IA. 



Fisher Mrs Sbphronia, res 1433 Grand 

lave. , I . 



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Ffsher Miss Vida-M, .bds 919 e Cou 



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ave. 



Fisher Henry, bbllboy Savery H6«se, 
bds 1125 Crocker 

Fisher Henry (COx & Fisher), res 919 
Court ave. . • I ! 

Fisher Joel M, student Drake Univer- 
sity, rms 113 1 24th. I 

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Fisher 'John.* lab, res 1116 8th 

Fisher John) miner Van Ginkel C 
Co, bds Sevastopol. 

Fisher John, lab Perkins & Per 

res 1110 8th. ^' 
Fisher John F, student Highland 

College. ! , 

Fisher John \V. jbrickfukr, res e s 

fersou (Sevastopol). 
Fisher Joserth. lab D M Brick Mnffc Co, 

bds so of C, R 1 & P Ky w of 28th. 
Fish " 
F 

Fisiier Julius, onckJayer 
Fisher LeuajC, milliner Chas E l^issev 

& Bro, bds 133£ Lyon. 
FISHER LljNFO U), Teller Grant 



kimf, 

Parjc 

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bds so ol U, Kl&f Ky w ol 28tJi. 
Fisher Joseph F, lab. res 1913 e Viae. 
Fisher Julius, elk, rms 1433 Grand ave. 
Fisher Julius, bricklayer, res) 828 11th. | 



enue Savings 



ave. 






Fisher Miss Lottie J, seamstress 



DEN'S SHIRT 

cor Chestnut. 
Fisher Miss :Lucj 

.ser & Broj bds 
Fisher Margaret 



ave. 



Avj- 
fcuik, res 1331 e Qran(l 



FACTORY, bds 



, trimmer Cjhas F. 
1333 LyOn. ' 
(wid John), bds 9£ 



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6th 

2de 

5th, 



Fisher Wm, lab J B McGorrisk, 212 4th. 

Fisher Wm, student i Highland Par# 

College. : 

Fisher Wm, tinner, res 104 Maple. 

Fisher Wm F, mason, res, 1189 7tp. 

Fisher Wm H, blksmth, res 919 e Couit 
ave. , 

Fisher Wm H, wks Wm Fisher, bds 1(J4 

Maple. r 

lusher Wm H, earp^ res 1105 Lyon. 
Fisher Wm |(S, cond elevator State 

House, res 1333 Lyon. [ 

Fisk James, trav agt, res lj>37 e Grand 

ave. 
Fisk Mrs Lucy, cook Cottage Hospita 

bds same. '» 

Mtch Dauiel D, printer la Tract. Sp 

, ciety, bds CjQ3 e 12th. - I 
F'itch Delia (wid George), res 520 3d, 
Flitch Henry (col'd), janitor Cooper 



School, res 



cvrtr; 



55 9th. 



Fitch Miss Laura, teacher 

J School, res 709 JV^aple. 

Fitzgerald Abner, pedler, res 900 , e so 
7th. i 

Fitzgerald Charles (Ebersole & Fitzger- 
ald), res llf)l e 7th. I >; 

Btzgerald Charles S, printer la Print 
ingCo, bds 1 834 |0th. ' 



Longfellow 



Fitzgerald Miss Clara, 
Fitzgerald Mjss Delia 



Fisher Martin, tqamster, ws Vale, 
of e so 9th. 

Fisher Mary, doiiiestic 025 jkl . 

Fisher Mrs Mary, dressmkr, 321 e 
res same. ' 

Fisher Milan H, harp, bds 918 e 12th 

Fisher Nicholas 3, res 1333 Lyon. 

Fisher Peter, lab, res w s l'4th 1st u of 
Polk. | 

Fisher Peter C, armer, res nw £ sec 28 
range 79 (D M . : 

Fisher Ruddy, vks Savery House, res 
1125 Crocker. ] 

Fisher Miss Sallie, elk, bd^ 926 6th am 

Fisher Sophia S, domestic Jacob 'Han- 
sen. 



■EJ253 sen. I 

SALESMEN WAITED, 



bds 900 e so 7th. 
elk G E Con- 



verse, bds 834 Kith. I \ \ \ 

F|itz;gerald James, lab, res 1217 Cherry. 

rs John C, bds 401 e so 

hn D, student C C (\ C, 



Llitzjgerdld 

0th. 
Fitzgerald J 



rips 1402 Lccust 



F itzgerald Jq 
Co, res 834 



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in H, Printe: la Printing 
lOthL ' #l 

Fitzgerald John J, propr Capital City 

Boat House, reu sec 21, 1st ward nr 

Center. J 

Fitzgerald Maurice, paperhgr Redhead, 

Norton, Labhroj Co, bds 1213 Walnut- 
Fitzgerald Sarah J (wid James H), bds 

1054 4th. 
Kitzgerald Wm, tdamster, bds 101 e 6tli. 
Fitzlmgh Alexander, cashier P C Ker- 

yoh, bds 1125 12th. l 

Fitzpatrick EdwaW F, enjj Nichols f' 

Shepard Co, res 1221 Mulberry. 
Fitzpatrick irank,' flagman 6th ave, 

MURy, ^4522" Elm. l 

Fitzpatrick John J, brakeman, res 3U 

e 9th. i- , : 



c4pi|tal city nurseries 

O. L.WATR6US. I 

COR. SIXTH AMD MUIiBERBY. 




Fitztfatricl^ Ijlfss 

522 Elm 
Fitipatrick 
Fitipatrkjl: 



Fitijsimnipjis 

verWty, Wh 
I Fi vie Walter 
jt , bds .JNeHfln 



F|a<Jei\tteop< 



Flafcg Frafc k 



log Mac 
^laherty " 
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S E, student | Drake ,Uni- 

i33.q p>tH 



Flagg Mrs! Ltoa| \\, Jbfcpr 
aijthe 



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and Rai 
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MOINES CITY DIRECTORY. 



iggfe, djressijakij. bds 

artinli lab, jr^s lib Short. 

i'ss Mattie.l sten°£ NOR- 
VXS liitim YMl F,G ,CO, pdjs J 25! 10th. 
Fitzpatrick Thorn* s, jtybj ma 1 5:!2,Elni. 



IL driver feeth 

did C, painter, 
1 1, bklpii tea 8 



)d^ 851 



But M Co, 

res 514 2d. 
51 10 th. 
Sinfejr/Sew- 
LOth. 



- bkjir,! qds l|L4 |w, so 

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flair Jamas, Muuibbr Jt&ni^s Lafrngj, res 

800 Walker'!' • I Ifh 
Flakert C(j! aim, h;b, r6s 2d so 



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'Flannery John F, fri'de 

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artnery yho^iisj'lfla 



PRy.,redMu'Ibeifr J y|8 
Flarinery 4 Dajvfc (JIJ 



Fladnigau 
Ry, real 

Flntt Lulu 
1 Flangh Anil 
S Flavin Ve 



of. 8th 

Ohas. 

I. ; 

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Bros, 



& Bro, ^[2|0 e feq 7t 
Flaiiders S mbn F, hosier Hawk 

bds777(>ak.j ' : . , il !| : 
Flaijneily l>anitel R t-es ]des, 321 e 6th. 
FlaiUery James/ nemtyersliip sjc Y( M 

Flannery Uer^miall: 
p^vis), rp 8^5 B ?(jha 



f (IflaniJ pry & 
an. 



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ij 1 , Q\0 e Locust, 
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Aipuros4 chinrch, ies 



'leek Mis 3 
11Q4 18tl 



rleisch 

yeast 



Osdar 
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ljnan C, 
cor 7th 

i - i ,» ■ vi 'lianiiory, 

IDavis^), c rugffistf j !504id W Unu 
Flatinigan jDdim'is P, fjdiloman \ 
M'ully,|relk*] fch'efty. ' 

rhpniaE j , eqnd ) M 

114' yValnut. } 

domes! id 77< 12ti. 

on, [pai|ntjer, :l|ds| 1012 

.-., ri fcWchL ies 0O» High. 

Flick Albp CjbaibkEduitable 

shbfr.ro itebmiblk.! II • :i 
lviec|c (Jharies; [fir )n)anl<il C Gai Light 
i Co res it RobiuR^n'slBrick Yard. ( 
Heck. Geilm 1 S t 'fiieiiiih J> M Brick 

Mnfg Co; bds 334 M s^) ofpradd ave. 



fiOth. 
itor S 

barbef 



^jL^HEKO iLEXANDEk P, Lawyer, 12 
yOfficel^ldg, Ire) 1312 Oth. ^ 

IFleriing )kiss t Alice, bds p^4 Chestnut 
TOming Miss Aana. bd;j951 7th. 
:$ e'ming Barton ',6 (Polk Co Planing Mi 
! } r Co), re§ 5&'Chbstnut. \. 
tlenliing Silyanui.B (Polk. Co Planin 
j 'Mill Co), bds 514 Che^nut. 
FLEMING BltOi (R J,J J A, S and C|, 
; f I Managers 1 Mlitual Liie Insurance Cj 
jjofiNew'Yor^jlbMlO? la Loan and 
• Thist Bldg (ska right top cor cards)[ 
JPLEMINU etfARLES (Fleming Bros], 
JljlO't-lOB IafLdfl and llrust Bldg. (8el 
£ right top cor l p(wds)j \ 
Feming DaVidijl) (So'ules & Fleming), 
\ res 1005 Eocum '■>■ , 

* eming Eliza (wid Ch'arltes). res 1Q19 
';(; Ca^itoUvJB. f ' '. ' 1 1 1 

JFieniing Jarxiesj liardwave,j519 e Locusti 

•t res 521 LoMt; •■'!.;.■ 

TL^MINO mil A (Fleming Bros), bd« | U 

', Savery HouHc {Sec r\igM top cor 

•■) C(W(l$).t 

Flen ing Leigh, ' '.s % baker W T (iarton, 
: J ibdb 514 Chustpit. 
Fleming Martha bds 1 150 22d. 
^Fleming Miflfi Mattie, (jressmkr 1021 e 
S 12th, bds Bam 3. 

Fleming MrSiNmcy A, physician 514 
-,'ijj Chestnut, res 3ame. | , 
Fleming Nellib,' jeamstress Israel Bros, 



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1ftthf°H| h $ ( ^° k & l( ^ r ' s ™* 

Wyia A (fleck ■& C6), r# 1164 
18th. [} T r ^ T ^ 

fleck .i; t , 6'(»4 1 , 
Fl «ck), gi'QcSn; 
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Grove 
JAj'jSnyJder'rangr, 




|i I bds 52 L e Lpcitet. 
Fleming Rheuartn. res 1021 e 12th. 
ITEMING ROBERT <] (Fleming Bros), 
I bds SaverV House. (Sec right top 
A cor cards).] , 

Fleming Solbn, bds Greenwood ( Lane, 
'■'! aw ccfi' of Woo Hand ave, I 

FLEMING Hf ANHOPE (Fleming Bros;, 
4* Ires 1480 lOt^i ( S'ee righ\ top cor cards ) 
Flemidg Wm^H, sec commission to.re- 
,y . tvise the reveni b laws, res 1220 e Wal- 

f lemming Jo »n, grader. Ires 951 7th. 
Flemming Lie L, baker Homau ty 



I Miinn, rms 
Flemming Ro 
/(res 951 7th. 



over 610 eOrand ave. 
wp A, bkpr Joe Kehoei, 



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Book Binder and dealer in Blank Books. 

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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

East Fourtii and Gourt Aije. 

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The GomiGGtiGHt Mutual 
Life Insurance Gompaiiy 

of HARTFORD. CO««. 

i 

Full information will bo cheerfully furnished by 
F. B. ALLDEEDGE, Qen'l Agent 
ELLIOT S. MILLER, District SnA't, 



20, 2i. 22 Office Block, DES MOINES, 



IOWA. 



Kiennikeu Charles B, elk, rms 719 15th. 

Fleschmann Louis, pedler.i.res 118 e 
Court ave. ' i 

Flesher James W, carp, res! School bet 
Kith and 17th. |; 

Flesher Lewis A, carp, res 022 20th. 

Flesher Miss Lillie D, waiter Evans' 
Cafe, bds 825 12th. | 

Flesher Nancy J (wid James), res 825 
12th. 

Flesher Wm, carp, bds J W Flesher. 

Fleshman Louis, res 118 e Court ave. 

Fletcher Adam J), lab Iowa Pipe and 

Tile Co, res liqOGthave. 
Fletcher Andrew M, plumber John 

Burnside, res 1120 Oth ave,. 
Fletcher Anna (wid John A), nurse, res 

438 e Grand ave. 
Fletcher lEd ward, cook, res 720 Cherry, 
Fletcher Emma B, teacher Irving 

School, res 1210 Woodland ave 
Fletcher James, lab, bds 2l4 Ridge. 
Fletcher James, res 11$0 Oth avel 
Fletcher John, pressman la Pipe and 

Tile Co, res 1124 4th. | 
Fletcher Joseph,. lab, res 214 Uid&e. 
Fletcher Miss Lizzie, seamstress, bds 

214 Ridge. 
Fletcher Lewis A. salesman Dockstader 

»& Wilkins, res 514 e 19th. 
Fletcher Miss Mary, bds 1120 Oth ave. 
Fleury Thomas, moved to Chicago. 
Y\\m\, see also Flyim. !j | 

Flinn Edward M. student Drake Uni- 
versity, i i 
Flinn James W, far,mei\ bds so } see 18. 
Flinn Minfca; student IOWA BUMNESS 

COLLEGE, bds 1100 High. 
Flint Ada 'V. domestic 1133 10th. . 
Flint Albert W, student, bds J ( Morn- 

ingstar. , J 
Flint A W, student Highland iPark Col- 
lege, i ■ I I ■. 
Flint Brick Co, The, H B H^dge pres, 

E T Likes trfras and genl miigr, 301) 

la Loan and 'f rust bldg 
b'lint Calista H (wid Christopher), res 

over \)2& Oth ave 

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7 lint Herman, elk Redhead, Nortdn, 
Latiirop Co, bds 025 Maple. 

^lint Miss Nellie C, res over 9256th aye. 

jTint Pliny W, propr Red Line Trans- 
fer Co, 501 Walnut, res 210 e Graml 
ave. 

int Samuel A, teamster, res w s'22d 
1st n of Woodland cemetery. 

FLINT SETJI W, City Ticket Agent 
Wabash Railroad, rms 814 Oth ave. 

r lint Wm (Lemmell & Flint), res 625 
I Maple. | I 

Flitner Nellie, student Highland Park 
1 College, i ' 

Flood Miss Clara E, rms 618 14th. 
Flood Patrick, plumber, res 518^ Scott. 
Flook Bart j{, driver, bds 1014 e Court 
i ' ave. ! 1 i 

Flook Claude F, driver S B Garton, bds ;, 
! 1014 e Court ave. \ j 

Flook Myrt(e, student IOWA BUSI 
! "NESS COLLEGE. • . . J j 

Flook Wm Al trav agt, res 1014 e Court | 
I ave. , | j , i ' IS 

Flower Mae B, elk Lang Bros, rms 419 f 
] Marquardt|blk.. I ( 

Flurry, see Fleury. ; 

Flynn, secalko Flinn. i ; 

Flynn Block,! cor 7th and Locust, j 

Flynn Edward, elk, res, 580 7th. ■ \ j 
Flynn Kugenje, plumber John Burnside, • 

res508l3th. . i .1 

Flynn Frank! E, lab The Weir Furnice j 
i Co, 101 Locust. i I :■ ! 

FLYNN FRAjNK P, Asst Cashier Peo- '] 

pie's Savings Bank, res 1018 Mulberry, j 
! (See page ^9.) I jl 

Flynn George, plumber J W McGlew, -j 

bds 508 13th. j 

Flynn John, student, rms C B Miller, j 
Flynn J F, student Highland ParkiCOl- j 

lecre ] ■ 

Flynn Mis^sKittieM, bds 1013 Mulljenyl i 
Flynn Martip, fireman, bds 21.8 2d. ., .» 
FLYNN MARTIN,PresPEOPlE k SSA) 1 - \ 

INGS BANK, res 14 Flynn Blk. '(bee .j 

page 89.) \ s : ' . ■ I 

Flynn Mdry r domestic 1323 High 



DRAKE & BUSSELLE, 

Sravel 

Vo in:ikc n specialty of Sidewalks and D »Sf )8 
u*iiii; the ruinous "Gilsonitk," thP «pe^ 
Asphalt known for this claw of work, j 

Uffice, 200 Fibi Street, Youngerman BlQtt 

Roio^ING MATERIAL FOR , 
SALE AT LOWEST PRICES. 1 1 
SOLE AGENTS FOR »QlL80Hlt<*\ 




DES MOINES. IQWp 

"Best! Material of the Ag> 
for M<Miuin|eiitB, ,, --S<5i«w ,ce * 





Sr Vixili wfl LocMt, BS MOIli^S, IOWI1. 

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Flynt filiSRS ^ary/wksJMub^tfs Laun^ 
! dry, resell IHarflMava® DM). 

JFlynij Ma)jy (age m t dfeoV :?ejb |4, ifeJ 

JFIyQtj Matjt (^,|,ar^t Flynn 



jFlypp Nora (vrid 
JKlypioWAn'D, p 

fir-res 308 |l$th: 






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P. Twomb/UY,' Pr<?*7, Ei -siato Treasurer, 
E. TEACUJquT, Vice~Preqt; Pres t Dc6 Moi 
G. MillbJv Cathier, EiDppui y County treasurer. / $10,000. 



Paid Capital, $50, 000. 

tasIccCo. 3U]MS Ut PTOlltij > 



)BY. 



FOR 



289 



rrr he! mutual lif)e insurance 

(Jl COMPANY OF NEW YORK has 

j^^ for featiyi years been acknowledged 
the ; best oomj a ny . ,fot ; |e insured, ancj 
Sis weekly record of claims paid v affords 
Additional evidjpce of it$ superionty ovex 
ail competitors 



Sarjih f1 |siji lament jHignland P&vk 

ijibblu) R?,Mal ] m 

elk 4 M Bricjk Mnfg 



Flyrin 

1 lege 

Flynn 

i; College. 

Flynn Terrencjfe 

j Grand aye. i 

Flyrin fXhoW % 

■ CoVWlQlS Mntoerryi 

FoaeUnna 1 J doines tic 1 802 Hfifeb. 

iFochttawrenek student, nr & 13' 5 27th. 

1'Fogarfc 'Johns J.! brintdr Ti> lit State 

I RegikterJ Sesjip5p jSthJJ : | . , |. 

Jto'ger t f Jacpb I ) ,ti av agfc Av 3ry 1 Master 

Co, Ids 407 e so 5th. jj , '.' . 
Fogle>Vmi| farpi^ri re^s Etillsipe ave 



same. 



Foley jMjjss Alh 
'jFoley !A.nn (wi 
|j landave. || 

Fple$;Barnejr 
: I res same, i ; 



1 ' ' 
Home 



(Beydstobpl)l jj ! " S : ij 

i Folcey Fran)i iML* ; j ariitor; F6 rest 
ij school.! tes l^jp 21st. « 
FolceylMeMn-L' cook* .i The Iliad, rms 



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Managers, 



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and Trust Eldg. 



Foote Mis 3 Em ly N, cli U S Pension 
V j Agency, bds a 25 Oth ave. 

feoote Evelyn, 4ressmkr,| 1303 e Grand 

■.'■jave. 'II ' " ■• ' 

Fpjote II V, travj agtWajrtield, Howell- 
! 1 1 Watt Co Courts ave s wi cor 1 st. ' 

te L D sttideW Highland Park Col- 
.egey .. T .jj- • ;■ } 

FbbteMary F (wid Wm), ties 925 8th ave. 

jrorbss Alox, stiudent Highland Park 
, ,College. 

res 1305 Bu- 



Folcdwski Qdttlfriidi laib, re|s 518l-e so 

' 5th. i i -li M i \>- SI ■ ■ -i :,i 



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Liike), i^es 1)28 Wood- 



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Foley tethew 



, drbggisi 13(i e Lpcust, 

Holey :Miss Faniiie, bds 9^6 ISth. j_ > 
lioley^ed ^ plk| Wm Hall, 1157 tenos. 
Foley 'James, lab, td^ 10^ D& Moines. 
Foley Hm Lizzie IK, elk GElCohverse, 
• bdg^l3th. .T[' ;'' ' . h fi '*n 

l>ley.Luke/|f029 Woodla,hd,a^e. I 



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MBr03l- rqs 31st dnd North.! 
WMichaeVlabXJGCSfalii 
WeHliphala-J'jclk,ibdi co 
-.tNorlh. .: f "j 1 >\ n 
Foley! Thom'as ; hdrseshber, 
Wa|nut t rei Wjlkth. j| r 



Geote>, 



Younk^r 



Forbes AUxandpr 
cnanan. 

Fbrbes Calvin, cl k, 



carp ; 



bds 1419 Oth ave. 



ftdrbes Ellen J (wid Edward P), res!4l9 

jteave. 

Forbes Eugene li, stenogi bds 1419 Oth 

'■'j'avet'i .•'-' . / } 

Fpjrbes Mps Jenn e. elk Lang' Bros, 219 

Fbtbes J Calvin, £lk C, R 



f!l410:6th 



ave. 



Forbes Miss 
j ;rmsi918 Oth 



[ & P Ry, bds 



Lauta M, student C 
i ave. 



C C G\ 



?ht Co. \ 
31st arid 

reair 811 



iriter; res 1505 



th, 

l>|sqto MisslLdc^ • t, Us 1810 ,. ,^„»,. 
Hlsqib| Mary (^ilSaac), ires $10 Pleas: 

3jM!Sheniiaji I, carp, ires iMQmh. 
Hho^ Wm 1 (1 | electrician, fbds 8i0 

"" ant. Vi-'-l :i I ' .1 J ■ ' Jj, 

Co res 



WrlW,^ hi -|w5kb If M,-S(i , R ^ 



^sW, 




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ed t6 Manchester, 




be# Pearl* stujdenjb Hi jhland Park 
■(|ollege. ■ \ j V '■ . " | 

fabe^Tt Briibe, ' stenog S ecurity Loan 
: blndTrust (|o, bds 1419, p ;h ave. 
$rbes Thomas j A, engraver Henry 

f Plumb J bds' Aborn House. 

FdrbelWm ¥ GjHstiident IOWA BUSI- 

Jl!(E8B|(jOLllraE f rms 1103 Scott. ' 

Fbrcenan Hil4a,ldomestlc DM Collegia. 

FQtd i Jide (wid James J), i -es^ 1008 Wal- 
nut. ' "" { \\ ■ • i'. 

l?Wd Mi^s Alic^ M, be s 1552 • Des 
felonies. •'•!•)' 

FiOTd'Mis's Anna, (wrapper Ohamberlain 
ll^ed cine Opi rMs 709 flthj ave. 

/Ford A nthdnyJmoMed to Co lumbus Ind* 

Ford Keeks ■$,, carp Enbc i Hiatt,, res 
'l>16^aur^l3 • H ~ ' • 

Fpr^ Bertha 1 , <jook 817, Pleauant. 



_ Charles, jvvk^jA C Mount Broom 
Cto, rtes'1354 « Grand ave. : . ' 

F<$d Charles p, k^inter \Mllis '& Sar- 
gfent, res'jlOlB Le fayette., ■ 

Fot^l Q^ru^, carp,| rpa 1354ic Grand ave. 



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Air: Best 
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Dealers IOWfl SOFT GOftL, 

!ND LOCUST. TELEPHONE 155 J 



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Seeopitij Loan M Trust Co., 

313 FIFTH STREET. 

Interest P^id • on • Deposits. 

MPllJL AND SURPLUS; $2 0,000, 



Ford Daniel, police, res 1742 e Grand 
ave. 

Ford Daniel W, eng, bds foot 11th (S 

• DM). 'j [: 

Ford David A, shoemkr, bds 122£ High. 
Ford Durat C, teamster, res ne cor 

Maury and e so 12th. , 

Ford EUniund, trav pass agt U P 11 R, 

21814th, res 980 same. ; 
Ford Miss Emma, bds 1512 e Walnut. 
Ford Fletcher W, carp, res| 101(1 Lafay- 
ette. J ! • 
Ford Fred, call lloy/C & N W Ry, bds 

Henry Ford. j 

Ford Henry, moved to Chicago 
Ford Henry, driver JK&WH Gilcrest, 

res 722 eso 12th. . • 
Ford James, farmer, res cor 14 ii,nd Riv- 
erside ave. , 
Ford James (col'd), res 1622 Woodland 

ave. ; i 

Ford James H (Ford & Son.'), res 1554 

Des Moines. ! j 

Ford James J (age 64), died July 2, 1892. 
Ford James R, lab, bds 1^12 e Walnut 
Ford Jeffrey, moved to Chicago. 
Ford Miss Jessie A, bkpr, ;ijes 1354 

e Grand ave. 
Ford John, miner, res w s Jefferson 

(Sevastopol). ' 

Ford John, shoemkr J C Ford> res 1224 

High. 
FORD JOHN C. Shoemkr, 405 Court 

ave, res 846, lot h. 
Ford John F ,(Fagen & Ford),! res 711 

8th. ■ | ' , \ 

Ford Joseph, moved to StiJoseph, Mo 
Ford J B, miner, res 335 Peltoti ave. 
Ford Miss Kkte, stenog, rms 709 6th 

ave. | 

Ford Miss Maria, wks D|M Laundry, 

bds South Riverside Park. 
Ford Patrick!, lab, res Harrison ne cor 

45th (S D M). I 

Ford Rollin K, carp, res 1512 e Walnut 
Fa/d Samuel (Ford & Son), res 1552 De$ 

Moines. ! 
Ford Westel fT, farmer, res paj*k ave n 

Grand ave.; 



Ford Wm ivi, lab, bds 1^9 8th. 
prd & Son 
cers, 1554 



F 

F 



IOWA PHIHTING 60. 



(Samuel & James H), gro- 

, pes Moines. < , ■ 

oreman Joseph T, wks Buck Bros Co, 
bds 1527 LVon. j 1 

Fbreman Mrs Josephine (age 33), died 

Dec 24, litoa. .;■ j 

Fbreman Lorain, tjeanister Maple Grove 

C&MCojres 1433 Maple. | , -f ' 
Fbrest Ave [Baptist Church, 11th se'eor 

Forest ave. ' I 

Forest Honi4 School, A W Merrill prin 1 , 
I Forest ave cor 13th. | 

Forester George W, elk Shope Bros, 

res 2 Nelson ilat. • | - 1" ■ 
Foregrave John, carp, res 523 14m. I 
Foregrave John H, shoemkr, n'sNprtb 

bet 24th and 25th, res! 523 14tk , 
Iforgy Margaret A, dressmkr, res 1806 

[High. ; ■ , : '.- ■' ' i ■ 

Fprkel Curtis, elk George Lounsberry, 

bds 1206:5th: 
Forkel Emil, cabinetmkr, res 1206 5th. 
Iforker, Fannie L| boarding, res 506 fah 
Parker Frank, wks C 

res 506 Grand ave. 
Forker Risdon, driver 

nw cor 7th. 
F>rkner James L, cigars and topacco, 

213 Walnut, re$ 1116 High. 
F Orkney James L, trav agt, res 1116 

High. . ■ ' . ; .. 

Forley John, lab, res 330 w so 6th. \ 
Forrester, see Forster and Foster, j .,, 
Fprsberg Andrew J, lab, res 207 e Ghn&y 

aye. 1 ! *j 

Forsberg Apnie, domestic 714 15th. 
Fprsberg Peter, iioved to Gowrie, la. 
Fprster, see] also Forrester and Foster, 
Fjorster Block, 504 Walnut. ' 

orster Edward, res 726 7th . . 
orsyth Edward, farmer, res | mile so 

of Wiriterset bridge (S D M). ; ! 



C Woolefl Mills, 
L J Wells, rms 



Forsyth Frederick H, teamster, res.29th!|i 

2d so of Court |ave. . , .' : j4 

Forsyth Harry B, farmer, bds Edward;' 

Forsyth (S DM), I ;», 

Fortune Mrs 'Frank, student Dfake, 

University, bds 1166 26th. 
.fortune Mrs Laura, rms 1389 25th. 
: fosdick Clarence H, driver L J Wells. 

res 589 7th. • ■ 1 

.fosdick Miss Ida M, elk Mer & Bokrs 

Fire Ins Co, bds 434 Chestnut.. • ■ | 

) fosdick John N, packer Layman Gold. 

' Storage Co, res 434 Chestnut, i . ! 

fosdick Miss Kate, printer Cheshire: 

Bros, bds 434 Chestnut, 
foshier Wm, teamster, [res 3026 4th 
FOSNES EDITH GOULD, Physidian.f 
', Office 46Tan,d 47 The Iliad. ' 



2 



LITHOGRAPHERS, PRINTERS, BK9P&I 
A*D BLANK BOOK MAKERS. ! 



AND 122 FOURTH STREET. 



iirti ##t Wiss!W' f stt$!fe' 



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FOsnes 'Maijtii C, irispe< ;tor '.?. 0, res,:* 

iiTheiifomv; • . -j. : R 

Fbss Carl (Buck Bros 3b), res 61? e 
i Grand ave- l • i i^*' '"' : \ ■ \] 

JbsteV, seetilso Forester arid Forsterl 
Faster.illin J, lab, jus K'fl IQth. j 
liter Anna : I, student lOYl- BUSI- 
NESS COLLEGE. '! \ ■ ' 
Foster AlbVrt J, lab ^ B McGjfrisk, 
! r 4tfij !" I'- T '■ Y4 \\ A .-■ ' 



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ES-, MOI 



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IS CITY DIRECTOR 



fo: 



291 



poster Benjamin, tGamfter, 
lyonh Tl '^ ' ' -^ 



WSTER BLODK. 720-§2i 



wks jJdmos Laing, 2(JG 

,■■»■" I ■ '- . j I . " )i< 

. _ r „ T _ IW, travj ,8 ;jt! Nichols 1 

pard jdc », bds Mprga i v H( >use. w 

r Harry 3., friiit gaowii', reside^ 

120412tbJ 7 ■ '" l n ■' ' :iA 



res .1 



-72 -I Waliiufc, 



* 



C0lleg| 



Foster* 



F6ster Byrpri, utud|ent<jia lanain 
;Mbdsl02lScoit: I! i \ 
•F6ster Miss jCoraD, bdja Wni 
^Foster C IF, , ^ttkdent [Hi^hlddd Park 
! : (College. J j I J ;. !' . F ,. ' ( j. 

Foster Ealward E/ carpi % 1^9 27th. 

Foster Frank 
i 7th. 

Foster ^rank 

'! W e 

(Foster 

!,l; l204l«lO.| j ■ | . -|. .'/I 

Foster Henry j 1, pres Mi doc County 

, Coal Co, res 807 3d. , T I ! f 

Foster Henry C, student! Highland 

Park College 1 l lT ! ~ in 



Foster Jame$ 
j'chanan/ 
Foster John 



Foster Mrs Iiee 
Li 



4127 TtH 
Foster M{ss 

■6 



janitor, 



wks 1) M 
Hie, dress 



res 



1544, Big* 



lab, re>94j[_llth. '' 
au cidry, r$s 



iss 

kehanan. 
Foster Louisa A (wid Ja 

9th/:, 1 i ■-! j '. j j 
Foster Marguerite B, Icoal 

■and Tibstj t)ldg, res' '807 ,, 
Foster Marion SJ paint* ii 

MapleJ | j 
Fdster RhOda;, 

College, i I . 




bds 15M 
bds J009 

, ,. 1: 

,|5ty'jIaLoal£ 



i li. 



FOSTEBi 

UnibnMiitjiarLife'jtns ^b. re 7 
,( See ritilitl boiiim lities. ) 
Foster .Vlreil F, ^boarding, ^ 8d) 



P 



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student Highland Par) 

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fispEoifllity. 



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jABOUT IODB £T|!S. 

W-.W. Fifth 8tr^ 

Iowa 1^ and Trpst iBldg., near P. 



Foster Wm jfr plasterer, tes s sSaucfer- 
i man av^ 2d w ofi 26tlh. 

FOSTER WM (Foster ^Liebbe), Foster's 
Opera House, Walnut se eor 8th, res 
s sGrancl ave 2d fe of Greenwood 

Lane 1 .' |T| ■' I ! ■ !' ' 

FOSTER'^ OPERA HOU^E. Wm Fbs- 
tier ProprLi Walnut se cor bth. 

.FOSTER & liIEBBE(Wm Foster, Henry 

T Liebbe), Architects, se cor 8th aid 
> Walnut.] li, 1 : In 

Fbtriergill JohJt, res 203 e t so Oth. 
Fotherjgili John T, nioved to Montrejal 
' Que.;. • M \ i ,._ 

Foulev Jerry, wks, J)a|pfle Ironr>Wori s, 

bds^3l3 6 7th.. f 

Fountain If rank, cigars|, 72 e Locust, rss 

jame. : '- l| | ' ' , I . 

Foust phairles A, foreman freight house 

C&iNW Ryjres'e 18$h nw cor Scott. 
Fputs Daniel W, lab, tes 124 Jeflfersc n 
. (SDM). Ti I 

Fowler Ciiafles W, plumber, res 16 16 

8th. j-. \ - '. 

Fowler "Frank, wks Huffman & Miller, 

bds514 7thl. . ! ■)• * 
Fowler Gdorfce W, student 1 C C C <;, 
. bds 1616 Bth. ' - . ! 
Fox', see also Fuc 'is. < 
FOX CHARLES F, Manager Postal 

Telegraph (|abl|e Co, rms 1339 Capital 

avd. 



Fox ColOorus M, real j estate arid ins, 

52 Office bldg, res820ll3th.| 
Fox Elizabeth^ (wid Thomas), res 816 

H.. ' • '. : ' I i i ,- 



. 




Fox Elliott H, mngr Carter, (Shepherd $ 

Co, res 916 Grovel ! ' 
Fox Miss Estella L, bds 1302 8th. 
Fox George, niiner, [bds; 816 H. 
Fox i Gordon, tjond C, E I & P.Ry, re 

1032 e 6thl i i (j i 
Fox lHarry :F, asst supt! C, R 1 & P Ryi 

res 1016 3d. [ ( r 

Fox Henry O, teamster, Jbds J101 1st. 
Fox James W (age 05), died March 26 

1893.' ■■; ■■■ i,, j • ; 

Fox John, miners res (1101 1st. 
Fox. John Jif, mineif ,] bds 1101 1st. 



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Sdfe'EASin L06UBIP S1T;EEIII. 



Golden Role CWng House, 



Fiije Clothiers 1 , Hatters and Furnishers, 

ID. M. JOHNSON <£ SON. 
Gl'r Walnut 8t. 



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Fox JqIui, teamster, 1) M Lumber Co, 

res 1422 Walnut. 
Fox Johu B, elk, jrms 714 7th 
Fox Miss Josie tyl, elk Cheshire J^ros, 

bds 1428 7th. J 
Fox Miss Kittie, bds 1101 1st. 
Fox Lawrence H, lab, res 1014 Wiley 

(D). I - - 

Fox Miss Lillie, Ids 114 0th ave. 
Fox Miss Marv, saleslady M Sh|euei 

man & Bro, bd*110l Bluff. | 
Fox Mary J ! (wM James W), bds 

7th. • ' * * 

Fox Mrs Mattie, cook W T Garton, res 

Fox Morton V (aged 18), died'o^t 24, 

1892 
Fox Miss Nellk 

Life Ins Co of 

e 0th. 
Fox Richard B, switchman, res|4l 

8th. 
Fox Mrs Rosa 1 ., dressmkr, 1422 

nut, res same. < , 

Fox Miss Veroni i, forewoman D M 

Co. bds585 7tl . 
Fox Wm, bds 20d 9th. 
Fox Wm 1), miner, bds 1101 1st, ■ 
Fox Wm E, eng, bds Loveless mouse 

foot 11th (S DM). : I 

Foxlej*, ■ Sarah A (wid Wm), res s s 

Maury bet 22d and 23d. , 

Fracker CharlesiW, ins agt, rmsOSl 7th. 
Fracker Miss Florence, rms 921 7tji. 



Fraky Wilbert S, j plasterer, res l. r 
Ly)n. 

Frame 1 Miss Ella, stenog Nat Masoniq 
Accident Assn,*res 840 0th aVe. 

Fiance, see also Fraritz. 

France Charles, flagman C, RI'&PRj? 
res 515 e so 5th. \ 

Fijaijcej Elizabeth (wid Wm), bds lllil 
Crocker. 



Fi 



ar.ee (Gardner W, bds 1119 Crocker 






elk Mutual Boneiit 
Newark N J, bds 1032 

1 e so 

Wal- 1 1 

Shoe ;F 

F 

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Fracker Frank S, asst sec D M 

Co, res 811 0th aye. 
Fracker Miss Hejen, rms 92i 7t 
bds w s Court 



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Fraser and Fruzicr 
elk Lang Bros, 



l. 

ate 4th 



bds 



Frail John,. lab, 

of Town ave. 
Frailer, see also 
Fraizer Everett 

1109 North 
Frakes Roach T lab, bds 313 q Lbcust. 
Fraley Augustus II, trav agt Avery 

Planter Co, res 1343 Pes Moines, 
Fraley Marcus Jjplasterer, bds X'heo- 

dore L, Fraley. 
Fraley Theodore L, plasterer, res w s 

Wilbur 2(1 n ojEaston boulevarq (Eas- 

ton Place). 



es 



Molaes Coal Mining fio 



F1UNCE GEO H, Loans, 500 Walnut! 
Ire} sw cor 4th and Franklin ave. I 

Fraice Mrs Jane, grocer, 1119 Crocker, 
re j same. ( ' i 

Krai.ce John, callfer P M U freight 
house, res w so 5th, 2fd so of Elm. 
*ance R M, moved to Grinnell, la. 
ancen Henry, cirp, res 013 e so 10th. 
•aiicher Miss El'la, cook, bds 523 4th. 
% a lois Miss Annie E, artist, bds 1316 
Lyon. 
Fraicis Miss, Bessie, artist, bds 1316 
Lyon. i 

Fjra 3cis Paniel, res 1520 Capitol ave. 
Fnncis Jessie, domestic 1500 Washing- 
ten. ! 
Francis John.i tailor P L Mutchlar & 

Son, rms 221 Locust. i 

Francis JohnIR, teamster, bds 3021 7tl. 
Francis Joseph, bkbiuder parter & 
L nssey, res 1^10 Lyon. ( 

rancis ^Joseph (J Francis & Co) res 1326 
Lyon. 

rancis J & Co (Joseph Francis), stone 
contractors, 4th and e Grand ave.i 
rancis N L, mngr I National Cash Reg- 
ister -Co, res The Iliad, 
rajneis Mrs Ursella (age 53), died Dec 
lllth, 1892. 
Francis, Wm E, bkbinder, State bind- 
ery, res 1316 Lyon. j ■ 
Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Aqon.-" 

t: on, 841 2d'. h 

Ira nk Bertha (,\vid Lewis), res 113,13tl . 
Frank Celia, res 757 18th. | L 

Frank Edel, chemist Hurlbut, Ward f' 

Co, res 1253 10th. j 

Frank Hjirry, elk Moses Frank, buYSlp • 

e Walnut! 
Frank Miss Hattie seamstress Miss M j 
IE Right, rms 757 18th. » ' 

Frank Miss Hattie E, cobk H SKesfer, 

r us 523 4th. 
Fnnk Joseph, student IOWA 1WSI- 

! JESS COLLEGE. 

Fnnk Josiah, lab, res 502 Monro? (*>. 

PM).- I 

Ifrijink Katie, wks Hayes & Browfl^ 
ms333e5th. 



MINERS AND SHIPPERS OF T$2: 

«brat;ed ♦ Saulor ♦ Coal. 

' OfficV, Ro"ms 5%i Offi^lk. 'Phone** 



i 




Frank Mokes, 
nut, res jjlnije. ' 



Frank Simon 
11801 




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S'l^Q Wal 



(age 05), d 



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student Hi 



idea 



ed 



Frank 

!l8th. in. 
Franker; B R, 

(College A 
I Franklin Elmer, student 

•1121 ftocbst. i ,t ; 
Franklin Lincoln, caf-p, 

! tol ave. 
Franklin Olaf. toinori res 
Franklin $chqoV M SS 1 



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'July !$(;, 



prin, probkerseco 
Franklin! Sciuaile, Bet 



1st w of 



Franschini Ancslo, fruit stand 



aves/ ana e loth an 1 14th 
i - FranksMrs Mary: J, cook Drake Sani 

,■;■ 'totim. ' i ' ■. I I II '. ".I')) 

Franks Wn N. clkC DDJilje ^ Co, rms 
'•.;• 1027 Highl ; . ■ | . j. 



\l?th, 



4P 



er, bds 7^7 

and Parjt 

i 111 1 



CO 



C C, rmp 
)ds 1711 Capi|.; 



(Jo BEST iW 80H GOHL 

U i *? i '. First 'and Court Avenue. , 



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U. If..' ]>!■ 

tol and Grand 



jiyon* ty 
x i Bergor 



Ma sonic fTemple, 



Mulberry. ( 
Fruhtss, See a/so Fran#e.\ 



I Frantz Charles 
<£ Co. tds 
FRANTZ F 

!|th,Jre$ 4i2' 
. Trantl George 
'•Clark. |-. ', j ! 
'Fronts John, jtrbcker|; Wabash 



M 



2017 Clark. 

AM Fj: Rektautant, 20* 
4th. {tied, left side lines.) 



S- t 



.Walnut 
lids 7lf 



L, elk (Frederick Field! 



^RlNTlN 6 



5% - 'jO^ 
LOCJVI Si 



Pamphlets, 
! Law Briefs, 
'; gfci Blan 
Society Printing, 
• Catalogues, 



ijk 



318 ^onjave 



res 2017v 
Ry, rms! 



-Frantsj Samuel * 3, paperbgp Jc hn Mac 
tVieajr, rles 2 ' ' " "" * 

az Eniil L„ n 
ger, lies 112 Or estn^iilj. * 



'ican\ rles gji's^ cor of. Clatk; 
Frauz tenjil JL,, pjrintopila $taatp Anzei- 



Frazier (•leorgc S, carp, res 814 0th ave. 

Fi azler Gertru<Jo, ( bds 814 6tli ave. _ 

Frazier Henry, elk, bd$ 1035 8th. j 

Frazier James \)} lab, ires s s Hartford 
tvo (Sevastopol). 

Frazier Lillian B, milliner,' bds 814 6th s 
nve. - ' 

Frizier Mank, lab Scbville Plumbint 

Fruzier Mattie A, music teacher, bdk 
;a4 6thave, k ! I 

Fr<iad Benjamin, res 1210 e Walnut. 
jFr< berg Miss Dora, bds 108 Court ave 
jFnberg Mrs Hantfah.O, physician, 430 
I e Locust, res same 4 
F 





Frcche Conradl curare mkr, res 1121 
■ I laurel.'- I If i 1 ' 1 



• Fre derick 'James L, 

' lHth. 

^Fre derick Joseph, m 



cigar mkr, res 1168 
ill weight, res 524 3d. 



421 Lo- 



Franz Vrelqei'ick W, hair^ g<j)ods, 

custjrnis sirae 
Fr^nz Petjer, lab res- B()3 Railrc|ad ave. 
Fran zen Henry, sar^J lfes C13e 
Frase Benjaniiii B, tra* agfu-Mi 
[ lis Esteijly Har vestiiii Co 
trase Har!ryB, ilk C &;N 

Op 9th. 1 r ] Tr ■' r 



Frase Moses W, icarpj res 1018 l}th. 
Frase Ned C,|bonfractingiag 



so: lOfchv 
neapo- 

res|953 9th. 

W:Ry, bds] 



Frazer, se 

Frazier. , 
Frazer Edwar 

Vicar, raq 71' 



i 



Vicar, res 742 9th. 

tracer Thomas <fc, pape'rhgr 
Vicar, rri.4-719 • ' 



carp, 
, uract 
[Despatch, bds*53 9thr 
naser, see hls\o Fmizer \athd 
. l>fer Hai-ry I>,; 3ik, Ms 533 6th 1 ave/ 
' .myley Ellwkrd, driver G B Scheetz, 
res 1214 e'oJh. ■ . |j l L ; 

Fras0r\ I 'raizer and 



patierhgr 



J0ha Mac 



jcar, res 742 91 h. 
{wsjier, sekals6£raiker\and 
frajterFrkik, hamster; re. 
(trilbert town). ] 




John !Mac 



Fraser. , 
e^ 4^ Sleeper 



Frederick Miss Marfearejt, bds 1448 80th. 
Freueribk Mrs Mary I),j physician, 524 
il 3d, res same. I 'I ■ 
Prelleritk Miss Mary D, prin Garfield 
> kbool', bds Sabjn House. 
'■Frpijeriik OrlandolB, {eond "(5 G W 
(U Rkre[s 607 7th! . ' , . . 
jFrederi^kBon Agustave, i agt, bds 750 e 
H ^ocust. •'-' '.m ^ ■' I . ..; 
[Frederickson Frederick C, lab, rms 207 
tie Grand ay^ ' ' (j 1 '• 
jFreqericl^son GustaP A^ printer O E 
I ■ PEARSON, be s 750 E- Locust, 
'fedregill Jacob T| brick mnfr, w s 
i Eastern av$ d of Wabash R R, res s s 
;i West, 1st & or Eastern jave. 
Frearegill James M. brick mnfr, e s 
H Dalsbrn ave n of Wfabakh R R, res let 

>'l a f»f TT.ah hannrh- o trial Kof Tirinlrl o«r< 



r e of Eshbaugh avei bet Gduld and 
.IMfck.JWjst Actd). " 

Fredk-egiil Jasper A, l^bjbds James M 

ldbj bds James M! 



predregill. 
predbgill Jessie W, 
!jFr|dregill..l 

Jfreebern Elmer E, ; elk 1R L Polk & Go, 
i bd^Monitdr|Housel •; I ; . 

b'teeborn Chiples S, pnoiog, bds 1010 
i- 3d.' 



517 i) BEST COAL m THE cm, Trompt D«. 

HUUBERRYI lirery KKT 4 



. L. TtoW. 



Fine Carriages and Harness, 

-407-409 COURT AVENUE. 



FRE 



[DES' MOINE! 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



FBI 



Frfeeman Warren H, express, 1 res 19li 
Jroeker. 

Freeman Wm, baggageman C, R I & P 
y, bds Shamrock House, 

mont W J, trav agt Nat Cash Reg- 
ster Co. 409 Locust. , | . 

Freestone Wm H, brickmkr, res 3009 i . 

jfeth. ; ■ ' M ' 

Freestone Mrs Maria (age 71), died Julv 
31,1892. ' . ' 1 

Fjenih Arthur P, woodwkr Krafeer ' 

Carriage Co, res 802 2d. 
Fench Charles, mngr the Smith Pre- 
mier Typewriter Co, rms 614 lOrbi i 
French Clarkson V, student C C C 0, 
I bds 1419 6th ave. j 

French Eugene C, moved to Stuart, Ial 
French Frank A', g'ardener, res nw i 
J,3ec21, twp78, r24(SDM). ' f 

.French George W, moved to Colfax, Ial 
fjrjench Isaac R, lab Getc.hell & Martii 
Luniber and MnfgiCo, bds 508 Chestf 

QUtJ 

iench ! Miss Jessie, rms 1728 High. 

•Yeuch Jonathan P, gardener, res svf 

\k sec 17 range 24, Bloomrield twp. 
ench Miss Mamie, 1 rms 1728 High. 

ench Margaret A (wid Jason C), rep 
06 Chestnut. [ 

encli Miss Maude H, elk XJ S Pea : 
ion office, bds 506 Chestnut. 
Frjench Noah, res 1611 Washington. 
French Pearj M, student; Highland Pari; 

Collegb. I 

Freshwater George W, moved to Sagi- 
naw, Mich. i 
Fresk Peter E, miner, res cor De* 

Moines and I) air aye. 
Frew Wm miner, bds Coursen Coal 

(Hill (S D M). J 

Frey, see aho Fry and Frye. 
Frey Jacob, express, rqs,82(>e9th. 
Frey John, tailorj overt 407 Walnut, re£ 

826 e 9th. 
Fjiar Frank, carp, bds 615 2d. *■ I 

Frick Sidney F, real estate, SSeeburge 

blk.lres 616 15th. :', 
Pricke? Henry (Fricke&Weidemau), re| 

121 Locust. . I 

Fificke ' & Wiedeman {Henry Fricke 

George Weidenmn), dyers, 121 Locust 
Fiiidak Conrad,' lab C,R I & V Ry, rci 

ko end of 8th (west side). ! 

Fiieberg Andrew F, lab Joe Kehoe, re3 

820 9th. , I | 

Fijiedley Louise, bds 834 5th. 
Friedline Frank, driver Liverpool &v 

M Packing Co, res Chesterfield . 
Friedline Geary, wks The Nat Starcl 

Mnfg Co, res Chesterfield. 






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BEST STOCK IS THE CITY. 




NO. 213 WEST 



FOURTH STREET. 



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Freeborn Miss Fannie, elk U § pension 
agency, bds 1010 3d. 

Freeborn Miss Jennie C, bdsjlOKJ 3c(. 

Freeborn Miss Jessie, student bds 
3d. 



photog, 417 



1010 
Walnut, 



Shoe 



Freeman Charles 
Equitable bldg, 



Freeborn Lee H, 
res 1010 3d. 

Freed Miss LottaJ wks The 1} M 
Mnfg Co, res 6C9 Lyon 

Freedman, see Fiiedman. 

Freel, see also Fr'el. 

Freel Albert, lab, res rear 610 e Locust. 

Freel Charles, car sealer C, R I & P Ry, 
res 806 e so lOt i 

FREELAM)-,LOO HIS CO, Proprs Con- 
tinental Clothirg House, BO Hanger 
Mngr, Walnut sw cor 6th ave. ](See 
pagelOJ..) , 

Freeland Mary, domestic 714 7th. 

Freeman Alva .YY, teamster, res 1044 
Wiley (D) 

H, contractor, 808 The 
rms same. 

Freeman Charles 1, painter, res! 1026 

nth. I | j • 

Freeman Cora (age 21), died Nov 4th 

1892. 
Freeman Frank L, res 696 20th. 
Freeman George M, lab C, iR I & P Ry, 

res 28th nr west end. 
Freeman George R (Hall & Freeman); 

res 113 10th. . ( " I 

Freeman George W, fireman C G W Ry, 

res ws 13th 1st so C G W Ry. 
Freeman Jennie B (wid Charles), 

106 10th. 
Freeman John, lab, res 301 Peltjon 
Freeman Linsey, roofer, bds 28tli hr Cj 

RI&"P Rytrafck. ' ,' 

Freeman Lizzie A (wid "Men-old. G)| 

dressmkr. res 1010 12th. i 

Freeman Miss Laura, student Lrake| 

University, rm^ 1201 25th. ] 

Freeman Manuej. driver Star Livery 

Hack Line, bds w s 27th bet Center 

and Cottage Gipve ave. j 

Freeman Mrs Mary N, res 60^ Lyo a. 
Freeman Volnejj *H, teamster, res s k 

Saucerman ave|4th w of 26th. i 



I 



rms; 
ave 



Royal Healing 



f!^ SPOlJljltf ^ AXiD TIN WORK, PETERS' CISTERN 

ITfl ■ ' ANJ> WELlTPUMPS, BARKER CIIIH&E* 



TOPS-HOSE. 



L 




bepdasliep, 



G0R1S0N & LEE, 

■'.|'V:M©kSi.' 



(Worn Tailors arid Gfe&ti 
Furnishing Goods, 

31© SIXTH AVE. 



Friedman Beni 
& Biotck| , ' 
Frjfednian J 
Friedman J 
Friedrpaij ]V 
Friedman S 
Frijel, $eq\al 
1 Frfcl Darby, 
Friiel Fergus 
Friel JJugh, 
FriM l^iss ■'] lazaret; bds 



Friend' John 



amin, jclk (Mendelssohn 
\\ bid 3 303 d Walnut, 
hi^ M,j pedlerires 521 e 2d r 
sep i, res $04/e. Court ave. . j( 
ai;' ab, res 304 e Court avei 
mu il, framer, res ' : 323 e 2di 
o F*eel! ,; '' ' 

re^ofe^oulitaveJ ' ° 
coud, j res, 710 e so 8th. 
ab, 1016 Wood land ave. 

p07 je Court 




Frifendj^cldi^, ila|;her, \ rjes nJot I&on. 

yon i. 
L Lumdjry, 

i i ''•■ 
^otthgeiand 



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Friend! ft issj Kbs?, wks 
J resld25|L;Wn 
Fripnds Ohu i ch, 



lab, res i626Lyon 



lfcth 



et !i 



Cor. Sixth, and Walriut Streets. 

• }■■ ■ f • m -f i 

OVER CONTINENTAL CIpTHTffQ 8T0BE, 

jirost Herman ll (Frosi & Pilmer), res 

1 8S|9 19tb.j : ... 1 ' ■- - • 

W, carp, res 1607 Wash- 



North ur Cooper school. 
Friends Chu ch, 327 e (jirahd avb.l > , 
Frink JBejrt, bak Br Frank Proc Lor J res 
J 2d0Jefferfi:n(S DM):, I 
Frink Miss Cora M, stenog F F$ Phim 
, mer, feds' litoHjgh. |n ! " 
Frink George .;JS , cbdfectr; r$s 1113 

AVoodland^ive. ; | 
"risbie (Rei 



F 



Rev J Ivai rhl res 721! 5th 



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Frisbie^Miss 
Frisk Albin 

bdsl^lOfe.' 
Frisk Gather! 

e'7tW L 
Frisk Edwjiri 

7th. j , v.j 
Frisk Ole, m^ 
Frisk PeteW 

7th n of No 
Fritz Charli 

14i'Ql)luff.! 
Fritz Frederi(;k, la 

Frit* tyn|ry iJl co 
Frit^ Sarah June' 

Lyon, j ; T 
Fritz; Thongs 



ab^l B, res, 7^ 5th. 

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Scott.,. 

Froafe WirijH 
^ Market M 

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Frpfe Wmi A 
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er, Wl2$0P}ne. 

rks Buck: 
. v . ^ojtth.' 
Charles lap, James 

b* res ; 141B 



P), res 1810 



Brop Co 
Maimer, 



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contractor, *js 91 3| 25th. 
tvid Jamfls), vqi 151 

3arb, bds"15l))f Lydij. 
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F, res lk)09 l 2a\ ! i 
mdch Keny 3n I licycle 
10l8 Mulberry. j 



I-roiriental Efhestir 
Arlinritoi 3. o o ' ( 
iTomhold Alrtfcur, cakulymkii M«i(rltt. & 



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kpi! Union Blilg & Savr 
s923iligk. r ~' r 
B, tr^v agt 
rms 923 High. 




F'rofit- Irving 
ington. 
tlMary, 
lleare. 

Pilhaer (Her 



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student Highland Park 



an L Frost, 



Gfoi'ge Pilmer), brick tnnfrs, 



214| 7th, 
6th ave. 



iFrdji^k Mattiej doniestit 1156 
iFr,dwley John, >es 7th 2c so of Elm. 
prucdenbefg fohn H (Hiddick & Frue 
j. denberg), rfsiShoiit (S( vastopol). 
IFru£ t Roy, student Highland iPark 
fle^e. 



Jfry.lCharl« 
College. 



Col- 
tude^nt Highland Pai'k 



Fry,|5ce alsp t Frey and Ifyye. 

es, I'sl 
^^ofllege. 
fry pharles r H ; , lab, ires 1011 e, Center. 




Fry Miss Emnia R, bds 99 School. 
Fry Jamfs Wj (Davjs, Fiy ■■'& Kooker), 
5|ref 94416th.! ' . 

Fry M l Edgar, contractor, 905 Graid 
,;1 aye, ;res 1406, Crocker. . 1, 

Fry Samuel, teamster, refi 919 School 
"^ry Miss Lottie, aipnte Hill & Rix- 

;8tifie, res 1508 Capijfcol *.ve. I 

rrye Oscar Bi examiner State Ins Co, 
r res 1216 Locust. ■ i ' '/ .. i 

Frye Miss Wilma, bds 1216 Locust. ' ■ 
yrye:- Miss Fanbie, stucent, bds 1339 
]81sV " ' -'J i- : , • . ■ ■ 
Fryer James (Pireasley i& Fryer), -res 
; .tjl88),81at. ■;'{-' \\ \ '• 

Fryer Robert iNLgenl act Phoenix Mu- 
■i!; tual J^ife Ins C >, bds T le Kirkwood. 
Fryei Thomas J (Fryer & Wdodring), 
Ires 115 12tl. 
|ryei & WoodHng' (Thomas J Fry«r, 

. 'J'obiaH Woodr ng), wa|<()nmkr8, 820 

, (Jn imI iivo. i I | « 

jfrvmior Hurry J>, elk Carbondale Coal 
LCo, bds 943 6tli avfe. I 
Frymier Isaac jW, bkpb Carbondale 

vpOElCo, res 94)3 6th av.c . 
Fucht ,. see also Fox. 

Fuchf Jacob, basket, jmkr res 1653 Des 
''^Moines.' . . -j % . 

'ulkerth Harry S, bdarding stable, 311 
Locust,. res same. 

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Financially responsible. 

Tuir:y-!ivu years fjincncuctt. , 

lU'fen'iices: Many, hundred building* tjhrbiifjh- 

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Fulleuwider Win H, agt, res 1433 

Fuller Benjamin G, student, bds 9J10 7th. 

Fuller Miss Bessie E, bds Hiram <J| Ful 
lev. " i 

Fuller Miss Edith, bds 910 7th. 

Fuller Erastus W, bds 1203 e 7th 

Fuller Fred W, bds 83.4 19th. 

FULLER GEORGE W (Hallett & Fuller), 
Dentists, 525 Walnut, res 91Q! 7th. 
(See card Classified Dentists.) 

Fuller Helen G, bds 850 7th. 

Fuller Hiram J, restaurant, Euclid ave 
bet 5th and Gth ave, res same. 

Fuller Israel N, grocer, 1411' Des 

Moines, res same. 
Fuller J asper H. fruit grower, r^s s w 

i sec 14 (L T). j | 

Fuller Jesse C, upholsterer, Vjcls 1419 

Des Moines. 
Fuller Lloyd, elk II arris -Emery (Jo, res 

1419 Des Moines. « I 

Fuller Miss Marsha A; bds 420 4tlj. 
Fuller Mary (wid Solon L), res 838 13th. 
Fuller MaryJP (wid Corydou E), res 850 

7th. Ij 

Fuller Orrin T, elk la Loan & Trust Co, 

res 834 19th. - j 

Fuller Solon L (age 49), died Jaauary 

31, 1893. ' • !•• 

Fuller & Johnson MnfgCo, agrl i jnplts, 

Harvev N Timuis mugr, 401-403 e 

Walnut. 
Fullerton Emmett C, carp, res ws30th 

Gth n of Hickman ave. 
Fullerton Guy, lab, bds 27th sw cor 

Kingman ave. 




GAAR, SCOTT k CO (Richmond, 
Win F Harsh, Geril Agt. En 
Threshers and Clover Hullers, 
4th. (.Seepage 107.) ■ 
Gaas Etta, domestic 1300 7th l 
! Gaas Gertie, domestic 1300 7th. 



fullerton Robert, Hour (whol), 1513 
Capitol ave, res same. 

FULLERTON ROBERT, Manager Chi- 
cago Lumber Co, res Forest Drive 
near 26th. j 

Kilmer F C, student highland Park 
College. 

Fullmer James E, miner, res 805 Cherry! 
: Kilmer Andrew W, elk C, R I &'P Ry i 

res 1125 e Gth. ■ • , 
7ULMER JOHN T I), Florist and Propr | 

Capitol Hill Greenhouse, 910 Des ! 

Moines, res same. (See page 138.) , ! 
:?PLT0N FISH CO, Charles Wagner 1 

Pres, W, E Marsh Vice Pres,< W D l 

Wagner Sec and Treas, 310 8th. (See ) 

left bdttbm lines.) 
'ulton George W, eng DMU Ry, rms '\ 

1520 Linden. . , ' j 

Fulton James l\ fireman C, R 'I & P 

Ry, bds Monitor House. ; 

r ulton Morris A, brakeman C, H I & P 

Ry, res 811 9th. j 

«\ilton Noah, fireman C, R I &j P Ry, 
^ bds ; Monitor House. j 

r ultz Jacob, carp, res 1112 Fremont. ] 
'unk Emanuel B, lab, res 1114 ^Cen- 
ter. ' j ! , 
<\irey Henry, 1 shoemkr, 708 Locust, res 
t 102413th. , I " J 
Furloug Miss Gertie, wks M Sheuernmn || 

& Bro, bds 806 e Court ave. , , 

FURLONG HENRY (Furlong & Owens), : 
I res 806 e Court av^. (See page] 129 J 
fURLONG & OWENS (Henry Futloni ! 
James Owens), Proprs Nation aLBoiler I 
and Iron Works, 212-216 e 1st. -(Sic \ 
page 129.) ! ' ? 

urnian Wm O, painter Buck Bros Co, j 
res 1631 e Grand aye. 
urst Jeffery C, painW, bds 1030 17th. j 
uruseth Olaf E, mach, res 823 e scj'Oth. | 
uson Johii E, teamster, res e end of'N 
1 14th. ■• ■ ' , ' :i 

Fyfe Alexander, foreman Eagle Iron 
I Works, res 817 Walker. 
fyfe Miss Annie, bds 817 Walker, 
fyfe John (McCully & Fyfe), res 1150 
9th. 



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gines, 
319 e 



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Gaas Peter B, messr D M Nat Bank, res 

837 5th. 
(kbbert Elias V, student Highland 

Park College', 
(jiabriel David It, wks Rees Gabriel & 

Co, res 1605 Maple.' . . ' 



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Gabriel John, gee 
r|s 13111, Ltfon. 

. Gabriel Rees, pijes 
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(UtolEL REES 

I Fres, iJohu| Ga 
I e £ourt av 

I Gabrielson L|arsh 
| Raccpan. 

'; Gab^io Char 




&EJ8 M^INISS ELECTRIC COMPANY, J, A. COLBY, jGtn. Mgr. 

. Ofeice 'and works. lO&Chestiiat Street, West Side. 
DISCpTTNTS GIVEN TO LARGE CONSUMERS. (See f ronjt cover.) 



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R|s^abri}i .^ m] iieMutualtifelpuranGeGo. 

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A CO, E.ees Gabricrlt 
>rIelSbc; Lumber^ 422 



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Gabfio Peter S, Ulksmijjh, ites 643 e 2d 

Gabrio Stephen, foreman Louis Har- 
dback res^W 2 e CbSR . r Y 
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Clown 4 Ciftar," Ficto!ry liOO Walnutj 
I Office,219 5i h, re s i321ilWo riliaAd ave. 
i Gadd Charles IT, cashier ;McKee& Gadd, 
: bds 856 llitfc • i 1 

Gadd John N^ (McKee ^Gadd), tes Af- 
ton; la. " -; , \.'-y ;[, /■ . : .; • 
.(jadtfis Eliza (wic. Cornelius S)j bds 
! i22G12thj ! \[- -.J :i r 
.jGajetano Bjirpi/ 

1 nut; res 131 j same. • ,, ■ . . , 
1 Gage EJi Aj c\\: C, Rl&|p Ky, Ms -787 



fruits; 4th col! Wal- 

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Gahagen Henf jp, res 565 7th. 



Gahagen Wm (Wra 

i 5G'5 7th. ';■' 
Gahagen Win 
■ 7th, j 
Gahagen Wm 



paines Miss flora 
t 10025th. ] T 



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Co, (Wm Gahagen, 
George Kellji John Zwlsler), grocers, 
7ll.Walndt. 



(col'd), teichei*, bds 



frames George- H (dol'd), j whitewashed, 
: res over 811 llth-i li j 

Gained Laura E (col'd) (wld Benjamin).. 
res 1069 5th. 



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, teabner, bda) 
(Galbraith & 



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Oaines Lulu 

Uth. ! | . 

Galbraithl Barthim 
■■ lahy)-; % 956^t4th r 

Galbndthl % GrafeeJ b&pr iS" W Sua 
', lender Co, re$ 16(11 Lbeust. 
'albraith Joseph W res 956 U th. 
/AtBUAlTH RORIRT ■M Mtar/tfing- 
; ^iai# (fco, res 746 .16tM' | , I 
Ga brajjh Misij'Saral teacher; 956 1 Ith 
- folbmtli Wui I bkbr Gefche 1 & Mar 
hn LJimber & Mnf ? Co, |res 1601 Lo 

falbraith 

braith, 
•l^^cubt,, , 

?eBflijab!n, carp, res ; 7i7 9th. 

l f ' e **j«i« Cj m ittrdssinkf Sc imitt & 

4JJ2!JM o^Cc . "resi419 Clay 1 S D M). 



THE LARGEST, OLDEST AND BEST INBUR 
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Uasets, - Over $17^,000,000,00. 

.'kpOMS W1 AND 102 lA.LOAffANO TRUST BLDO. 

feale Harry, driver US ijxCo. res 124 e 
j 1 Locust. 



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Gale Helen (wid Samuel D), rms over 
T- 124 e Locust. ■ 

pk\e\ Reuben A, lab, bdi608 Lyon, 
^nagheij Anna, domestfQ 1829 6th ave. 
$almghert Bina, boxbakr D M Box 
(Works, ^20 2d. p 

Galmgher Charles, lab, i^es 223 e so i)th. 
Gallfigjier Edwin 8, re$.2|0l9 Center.' , 
Qallaffher' James] lab J \B McGorrisk, 

; ! #i2|M. ;-r. '|- j 

Gallagher James ^ carp, res 605 Hiar- 
f^isc n |(S I) J1J. ':'.! " I i » 
Gf(ajla?her|John, car repairer D M U 

liy, rms D13 Cherry.i I 1 
Qkllafeher John, lab M Box Works, 

/rfes223es6,9th.. j, [ !■ 
G^tlla^her John, miner, res 290, e 17th\ 
Gallagher John, wkk Kratzer Carriage 
■I pp,|p<?s 605 Harmon (S D M). 
Gallagner Joseph] '- stddent Highland 
tijPark College. II • 

•Gra,ljadher. Mary M; res 228 e so 9th. 
G^lagher Savina, wks p M Box Works; 

j^s 223 e so 9th. 
CliLLEY HEpY, Prfesi^erit Western 

Ignite Bronze Co, rek ]U19 Cpockeri 

ffiee left bottom linei aiidopp inside 

packxoveit.) 



1 albraith *& r Mblla ly r%rtrum ial* 
SWf ThoWi.MullaM); hbrsesbW, 




yi Walter, elk, res ^419 Crodker. | 
GalljoVay Hrank, iddver< White Line 

fpansfer Go, res 12 w so 16th. 
Gallbwaiy Frank, st^iddnt Drake Uni-i 
; Vetpity, rmsll02;25th! : ( 
'Gdllpway Mary (wid| kTames), bds 501 e 
; ,*10tli, ... -. 71 f:' ' ' i , ; 
GallbWiy Fred, /studebt Drake Univer- 
i .sttty, rms 1120 24th! . U ; i , 
Ga^up Josephu^ N 4 atty Snow, Church 

Co r ns 29th sw, cor Cottage Grove 

Gmm A JULIUS M, kngr Western 

Ne vstoaper) UnioL bdtj 7^7 3d. 
GuU; 1 S;atie (ageilB), Jdi|d 'Oct H, 1892. 
GafUe Edward tfjqlk DM U Ry, res 
t lMCrrandave 1 . : "j ■ I , '!|= • " | • 
Gamble Gebrge, driveirGrete&Uimfrid, 
r?8|1183 13th. '. | r ! 1 



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Gamble Joseph W[ res 1183 13th. 
Gamble Miss Mary E, res 1183 13th 

Gamble Miss Myrtle, music teacher, 
j 1209 Grand ave. 
Gambol Nancy, btls 9 9th. 
Games John M, .bds 1130 6th ave. 
Gammill Archie, bds 848 9th. 
Gammon Arthur L, real estate, 601 

nut, res 1920 Pleasant. 
Gammon Miss Bertha M, stenog $ 
I Loan and Trust Co, rms 688 15th. 
Gammon Martin i\V (Warren Gammon 
| & Bro), res 1920 Pleasant. 
Gammon Warren (Warren Gammon & 
' Bro), res 2119 Cottage Grove ave. 
Gammon Warren; & Bro (Warren and 

Martin W), collectors, 511 la Lore & 

Trust bldg. 
Gammon Willard D, real estate, 511 la 

Loan & Trust bldg, res 1920 Pleasja it. 
Gammon Win IT, cIk Warren Gammon 

&a